The book Why Aren't They Shouting? provides a truly insightful look into the history of technology and what it could mean for banking's future.
The author of Capital and the Common Good challenges and transforms the often contentious relationship between business and social problems.
There are numerous ways inequality can be measured but this year, you're bound to hear a lot more on economic inequality. This selection aims to define what economic inequality is and how policies shape it and the face of small business.
Being light in the loafers can be a powerful motivating factor for people with an entrepreneurial bent. "Shark Tank" personality and mogul Daymond John shares some of the stories of people, including himself, who've picked themselves up from literally having nothing.
Linda Davis Taylor discusses the importance of talking about money at the dinner table in her book "The Business of Family: How to Stay Rich for Generations".
Knowing what's going on with Wall Street may make you sick. But if you're tired of being mad, try to take control instead. "Uninvested" gives you the chance to do that in a whole new way. It's up to you to decide whether you think that approach can work for you.
Warning: Reading YouthNation could make you feel old in a hurry. It could also help you speak directly to that all-important age bracket, 18-34.