The Boston Symphony Orchestra’s principal flutist says in a lawsuit that her pay is only 75 percent that of the principal oboist, who is a man.
A new analysis finds the price of certain drugs varies widely depending on what city they are sold in.
The response comes despite consumer complaints about comfort and questions about safety.
The founders of StockX believe a stock market model can help level the playing field for high-end items, even if it can’t help average consumers afford them.
A worker with an enjoyable job at a good company feels underpaid, especially now that someone else is offering more money. Here’s how to proceed without getting caught in a bluff.
A materials engineer ensures communications systems are safe to use on the battlefield.
Facebook’s bad news cycle doesn’t seem to be coming to an end anytime soon, with broadened federal investigations and organizations still using the social network to foment noise.
The Trump administration began imposing tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese products on Friday, setting up a trade clash between the world’s two largest economies.
The Supreme Court opened the door to legalized sports wagering. Sports teams, leagues and casinos are all looking to cash in. Yet the biggest winner might be hackers.
While many strike a defiant tone, Chinese shoppers could get hit as the trade war hurts exports and makes even basic types of food more expensive.