Professional contexts aren’t immune to partisan fragmentation.
Cultural and political divisions have persisted for decades. Now there’s a growing gap in how Americans see each other.
Highly innovative companies tend to attract a disproportionate share of costly, meritless class-action lawsuits.
The assessments of credit analysts can reflect their opinions of the sitting president.
How big a problem is meritless litigation for US companies? It depends on how innovative they are.