Meanwhile, Trump administration policies going into effect based on incomplete unemployment data do nothing but harm.
The Dow and the Standard & Poor's 500 market indexes have dropped 10 percent from their all-time highs, set Jan. 26. This puts them in what Wall Street calls a correction, their first in almost two years.
The company routinely pays wages barely above the poverty line, while using intrusive surveillance systems to monitor the workforce and measure if targets were met.
The president's pseudo-populist economic message helped put him in the Oval Office, but it's not likely to work given the world's economic realities.
New analysis shows how corporate bosses rake in huge salaries and bonuses as inequality continues to soar.
Trump and congressional Republicans will be able to pass an agenda that jeopardizes middle-class Americans.
In Arizona, Colorado, Maine and Washington, polls show strong support for the measures, as voters say a wage increase is "long overdue and desperately needed."
Despite a recent upbeat report on wages from the US Census Bureau, the fact is that incomes are in real decline --and no mechanisms have been put in place to prevent another crash, Wolff says Census Bureau, the fact is that incomes are in real decline—and no mechanisms have been put in place to prevent another crash, Wolff says.