Saverin's decision to renounce his U.S. citizenship ahead of the company's $100 billion IPO highlights the problems with our country's federal tax policy.
The founder of Facebook recently refinanced his $7m Palo Alto home for less than the annual increase in inflation, thus proving that in this economy some people are getting something for nothing.
While our economic challenges need to be addressed, they don't define America. Our entrepreneurial spirit does.
Wave after wave of good news about Tesla Motors washed over it today. It is a very good day for CEO Elon Musk and a bad one for the company's critics.
Chinese investors are interested in building cities and "economic zones" in Michigan and Idaho, and have already purchased land in an unusual pattern of development.
A Ron Paul article led me to PolicyMic, which offers a great opportunity for aspiring writers to hone their journalistic skills and obtain name recognition for their work.
John Mackey at a libertarian conference explained, “The recent recession was blamed on greedy financial corporations, deregulation, and capitalism, rather than on bad government."
Sin stocks are outperforming the rest of the market, but their success creates a paradox between economic gain and social responsibility.