Gary Gensler proposes the biggest change in the stock market in over 15 years

Chairman of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Gary Gensler, is standing up for the little guys. Yesterday, Gensler proposed major changes to the stock market, making it cheaper for retail investors to execute trades and providing more transparency into the process. “Free” is never free: If Robinhood offers “commission-free” trades, how do they make…

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Unionizing on the rise after trending down for 50 years

What keeps CEOs up at night? Unions — organizations formed to help employees negotiate better salaries and working conditions. Sounds great… from the employee’s POV. For an employer, one stat says it all. Per the US Bureau of Labor Statistics — union workers had 20% higher median weekly earnings of $1,144 vs. non-union workers (Reuters)….

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