Companies spend almost three times the amount on politically motivated charitable giving than they spend trying to influence politicians through PACs.
By analyzing variations in local and regional economies, researchers are increasingly uncovering insights obscured by the big picture.
When people talk about the causes of the 2007–10 global financial crisis, weak regulatory oversight is usually near the top of the list.
Some 21 US states allow banks to foreclose on delinquent homeowners without first suing them in court, a concession that lets lenders bypass the costlier and lengthier legal process required elsewhere.
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