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Pseudoscience is mixed up with enough real science to make anything believable
Examples of misdemeanours are everywhere
Few rich people are outspoken advocates of paying tax
Evidence suggests wealthy people are most likely to be caught out
There are now far more millennial adults, some with children, for whom the economy is not delivering
Old arguments against progressive taxation make little sense in a post-pandemic world
The 1% who try are pilloried as hypocrites, but that does not mean their efforts are in vain
On social media, the wealthy may be the only group you won’t be flamed for hating. But why is this? And is it acceptable?
The pandemic highlights how inequality ultimately harms the well-being of the wealthy as well as the disadvantaged
As usual, the wealthy find themselves ready to ride the rebound
Perhaps more of today’s 16-year-olds will aspire to become doctors rather than superyacht owners
The wealthy try everything from ‘invisible’ homes to exclusive social media
Research that suggests the link between pay and job satisfaction is weak at best
Study shows 90 per cent of family fortunes are depleted by the third generation
Rich bad taste is not a modern thing. It is part of a noble tradition
High-end golf courses are the latest luxury good sold as offering an aura of exclusivity
The network is home to entertaining posts that expose insecurities and tribalism
Although inequality is growing in many western countries, concern about it is not
There’s a commonly held view that the rich are very careful with their money. But are entrepreneurs different to ‘traditional’ rich people?
Those at the bottom of the top income bracket are starting to feel the tides of income inequality
By spending time with their peers, the affluent might assume the worries of one are legitimate for all
How employers and new joiners make a good first impression. Plus: keeping in touch with former employees
Employers are providing practical advice to help prevent spread of misinformation
Can the ultra-wealthy ever rediscover the joy of sewing on a button?
Entering the light at the end of life may have to wait a bit longer as science is creating possible ‘transhumanism’