It's a $77 billion tax break that Americans perceive as helping the middle class. But it's really a glitch in the tax code that distorts the economy and helps the wealthy afford vacation homes.
In 1990, Marilyn vos Savant correctly answered a probability puzzle in her column for Parade Magazine. And then, the world called her an idiot.
Analytics for measuring if your content marketing turns into customer conversions, a new feature of Priceonomics Content Tracker.
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Ranking the most least diverse colleges in America according to the Herfindahl-Hirschman Index.
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What began as a marketing effort to sell more tires is now the world's most celebrated restaurant guide. It’s a bit like if the Coca-Cola Company ran the Oscars, having created the ceremony so people would go to the movies and drink more soda.
Algebra is no longer being taught to San Francisco eighth graders. Is the tech capital of the world dumbing down its STEM education?
How George Soros made his fortune on a daring bet against the British pound and the Bank of England.