Why millennials are choosing to rent or borrow so many things rather than buy them
Unsurprisingly, 15 of the top 20 most economically advantaged metros are located on the East and West Coasts
A new initiative will convert 140,000 acres in Chicago into a public recreation "hub"
When cities compete to lure big companies, no one wins
A new map of metropolitan areas highlights stark contrasts that go beyond unemployment figures
There are few better drivers of economic competitiveness
Economic segregation is still a big problem in cities like Washington, D.C.
Placing offices close to public transit is one of the best ways to get drivers off the road
A new study suggests that countries with high levels of diversity are better able to adapt new technologies and ideas
The poor in the U.S. are disproportionately clustered in a handful of southern states
A new website offers granular maps of New York City businesses
Global Cleveland hopes to use the city's economic growth and downtown development to lure 100,000 new residents
Some U.S. cities have more top global brands than many large countries
By one measure, the state has lately been the most effective in the nation in terms of job creation
As the U.S. Postal Service slashes operations, neighborhood outposts may become a bigger part of sending and receiving mail
Which countries are home to the most valuable names in business?
And the informal economy is shrinking
An ambitious plan takes shape to revive downtown Akron