Other attorneys interviewed by Fortune said the same. “Public accommodation” law, argues Roger Abrams, a law professor at Northeastern University in Boston, might offer one basis for a suit. As he puts it, … read more »
Although a majority of Americans believe a college degree is the most important factor in career success, they’re increasingly skeptical schools are doing a good enough job to prepare students, … read more »
“Gender is not a valid part of the conversation, and it’s sort of embarrassing that there is so much focus on it rather than on the substantial differences between Yellen … read more »
More than a third of recent college grads with jobs are working in positions that don’t require a degree. Economists call that figure the “mal-employment” rate, and right now it tops … read more »
Imagine a real-life version of Harry Potter’s magical Marauder’s Map, which showed the location of everyone prowling throughout Hogwarts castle. That’s what startup Xandem is building: a new kind of all-seeing motion-detection system … read more »
The more money you have, the more the IRS wants you. Millionaires were nearly twice as likely to receive a tax audit last year as they were the previous year, … read more »
Mitt Romney’s five sons — Matt, Tagg, Craig, Ben and Josh — are sitting pretty with a trust fund worth $100 million. Getting there took investments that produced great growth, … read more »
Not only does it already cost more to fly than it did a year ago, but airfares are only going to continue to climb in 2012.
The number of taxpayers trying to bamboozle the IRS and collect bigger refunds has shot up this filing season.