If Harry and Meghan show that royals can survive without public money, then what happens to the other royals?
by Mona Fawaz
Poverty & Development
19 December 2019 GMT+3
Despite low wages, rent and living expenses in Chad's capital Ndjamena are comparable to those of major global cities.
13 December 2019 GMT+3
...not everyone can afford Shenzhen’s new 'affordable' homes.
9 December 2019 GMT+3
Not only are livelihoods disrupted by climate change, entire countries are left behind in tech progress, says report.
28 November 2019 GMT+3
The bully tactics of the powerful can no longer stop a united movement for an equal society and sustainable planet.
by Jennifer Morgan - Jenny Ricks
26 November 2019 GMT+3
The strike affects shipments of copper, Chile's top export, and other goods as protests over high inequality continue.
Science & Technology
22 November 2019 GMT+3
Advocates warn that a push towards technology risks leaving the poor, elderly and disabled behind.
18 November 2019 GMT+3
Many students from poor and low-income families would not be able to afford proposed tuition hike, says student union.
15 November 2019 GMT+3
Calgary, meanwhile, takes top spot for vehicular infrastructure, traffic safety, driver behaviour and road costs.
13 November 2019 GMT+3
Mortgage debt rose by $31bn to $9.44 trillion while auto, credit card, and student loan debt balances also spiked.
12 November 2019 GMT+3
In rankings of the best publicly traded companies for 'all stakeholders', the Seattle-based tech firm leads the pack.
8 November 2019 GMT+3
As the average compensation rises above $300,000, pressure is mounting from shareholders to rein in directors' pay.
Private wealth in Hong Kong fell four percent in 2018 to $319.8bn, research shows.
24 October 2019 GMT+3
In Europe, Asia, Africa, the Middle East and South America, street protests are spooking investors.
23 October 2019 GMT+3
While wealth inequality remains high, the trend towards greater disparity is easing, says Credit Suisse.
22 October 2019 GMT+3
Twenty people, including one who remained anonymous, signed a letter this summer essentially asking to be taxed more.
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