Research

The number of U.S. teens who had jobs soared in June, but total teen employment is the lowest in a decade.
The number of S&P 500 chief executive officers of color and women are a tiny part of the universe, and these numbers have not changed much in recent years.
Amazon has the world's most valuable brand, according to the new BrandZ 100 Most Valuable Global Brands 2020.
A new study from Consumer Reports magazine calculates that about half of all U.S. automobile-related deaths could be avoided if currently available technology were available in all U.S. cars.
A new study shines a light on inequality among racial and ethnic groups in the Silicon Valley.
Demand for housing has increased to levels higher than were present before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States.
Global investment in energy is expected to drop by around 20% year over year in 2010 according to a new report from the International Energy Agency.
More than 8 billion user records were exposed in the first quarter of 2020 due to data security breaches. Just four events accounted for more than 6.5 billion records being released into the wild.
The average age of a car on the road in America is over 11 years. This poses a nearly impossible dilemma for manufacturers as they try to get sales back to former levels.
Outpatient visits to doctor offices are off as much as 60% nationwide. Many doctors will end up closing their businesses and retiring.
With the outbreak of COVID-19, people in the counties without a doctor may have to travel several hours for medical aid. This can trigger the overload of the health care system in those counties with...
Auto industry research firm J.D. Power has released revised estimates for new car sales in the United States for 2020. The COVID-19 lockdowns have already chopped estimated April sales by more than...
Fatal cases of COVID-19 hit a number on Tuesday that is larger than the number of gun suicides in all of last year.
Sales of personal computers (desktops, notebooks, and workstations) declined by double digits in the first quarter of the year. The COVID-19 outbreak gets the blame.
Summer jobs could fall by half year over year as the U.S. economy continues to struggle with the coronavirus outbreak.