Many people feel that the pay gap is out of control and needs to be corrected. But how?
With capitalism in need of fundamental reform, here is a list of some of the bold ideas that could challenge the status quo.
Not since the 1950s have nuclear power and national passion converged in such a high-stakes showdown. We take a look at some lessons from history.
Also in this week's round-up of top global stories: why the Greek crisis hasn't gone away and lessons from history on inequality.
If an economy is growing, surely everybody must win? Not quite.
Affordable technologies are allowing people to innovate in ways that were previously only available to large corporations. We must spur this on.
High rates of wealth inequality are bad for social cohesion, political inclusion and crime. Fortunately, history provides some clues to how we might tackle it.
The telegraph, the internet, and the smartphone reshaped the world for every generation that witnessed them. What if similar inventions show up twice a decade?
Also in this week's round-up of gender equality news: is Brexit disastrous for women and the US gender gap in 5 charts.
Greece's creditors won't provide debt relief without assurance that it can balance the books. Greece won't pass economic reforms without debt relief. Time for both parties to meet in the ...
With an extensive and robust network, a way to connect with each other, and a commitment to education, Latin America has an unprecedented opportunity to rise to the top of the market and ...
A data visualization of the squeezed middle class in American cities.
Brexit will be a hard one, which will hit the UK economy and be felt hardest by those who voted for it.
All the highlights from the last day of the World Economic Forum on Latin America.
All the highlights from the first full day of the World Economic Forum on Latin America 2017.
Panama is one of Latin America’s most competitive economies. A large part of that is down to immigration, says Harvard Professor Ricardo Hausmann.
The tourism industry is booming. These Latin American countries are in the best position to capitalize on that.
2017 may be the year of the comeback for Latin America. While individual nations in the region are faring differently, the global economic environment has become much more supportive.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is a unique opportunity to fix environmental issues and redesign how we manage the environment.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution can transform our ability to understand what’s happening in the oceans, and to manage it.
Just as Thomas Edison had to adapt in the industry's early days, the electricity business – faced with the disruption and opportunities of renewables – is learning flexibility once again.
The notion that the coal industry should be propped up as part of an "America First" agenda is being challenged by the very people it would aim to protect - the coal companies themselves.
Our current healthcare systems are not sustainable. What should we replace them with?
Mental illness impacts individuals, families, societies and economies. What can employers to do help?
Historically, travel was a luxury, but thanks to lower barriers to entry and falling costs, it is now within the reach of millions.
If governments and other aviation stakeholders are serious about safeguarding mobility, it’s time we kill monopolies.
Globe-trotting baby boomers will remain a critical demographic for the global tourism industry for years to come.