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California's AB5 would end up depriving thousands of citizens of the flexibility of a job in the gig economy with companies like Uber and Lyft.
Kids participating in Utah's Children’s Entrepreneur Market are being ordered by government officials to pay sales tax on their small businesses. But one activist says children are exempt from such taxes.
The unconstitutional practice of home equity theft has allowed individuals to be stripped of their property without fair compensation.
A politician cannot save us, not in the policy realm or our personal lives.
Whether the naysayers are willing to admit it or not, less government regulation results in better outcomes for both companies and consumers.
“Poverty proofing” is all the rage in the UK as educators have become concerned that lower-income students are facing too much social stigma from their peers in public schools.
Chicago is proof that there is almost nothing that government entities won’t try to tax.
West is currently being attacked not for his typical outlandish commentary but for using private firefighters to help protect his southern California home from the devastating Woosley Fire.
Sears and Blockbuster fell because neither was able to adapt and grow with its consumer base. Is Facebook making the same mistakes?
Gatto leaves behind a legacy that inspired thousands of people to challenge the premise on which our education system was built.
For as often as the phrase “history repeats itself” is used, it’s shocking how rare it is for mankind to actually learn from its mistakes.
As we eulogize this beacon of American capitalism, we should also celebrate one of its lesser-known achievements: using markets to combat Jim Crow laws.
In the modern marketplace, today’s “kidtrepreneurs” aren’t just running small-scale businesses anymore—they are well on their way to building commercial empires.
Amazon made headlines after it announced it would raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour, a move that will impact more than 350,000 of its U.S. employees beginning November 1st.
An Amish resident of Colon, Michigan, has started an "Uber" ridesharing service using his horse and buggy.
Treating symptoms is not enough.
The country would be wise to let the market take a shot at cleaning up government waste.
We can now rest easy knowing that the next time we are accosted with the infamous question about roads, we can look to Domino’s as a beacon of free-market innovation of a public good.
On Monday, the City Council continued this pattern by voting to implement a new “employment tax” on large Seattle-based businesses.
Success is found by constantly asking, “How can I make this better?”
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