Many economists say tipping doesn't make any sense, and lots of servers would rather have a steady income, but few restaurant owners want to ditch the practice.
The shroud of secrecy surrounding Obama's 12-country trade deal won't be removed for quite some time.
We talked to author Jon Birger about the shortage of educated men, where women should go if they really want to land a husband, and why boys aren't going to college in the first place.
Economist Robert Neuwirth says that what's sometimes called the "black market" accounts for trillions of dollars that circulate back into the economy.
Until recently Greeks were able to spend their days doing nothing, which was nice; now they have to spend their days with nothing to do, which is scary.
Everything you need to know about trade deals but were too bored to ask.
The former Secretary-General of the United Nations says that force alone is not enough to stop the problems of violence and addiction that come with drug trafficking.
When I arrived on the Street in 1994, insider trading was as commonplace as crossing the road. There were things that might have seemed a bit questionable to an outsider, but they qualified as part of the game.
Falling oil prices have led to empty government coffers, and as a result, the country is suffering from a shortage of imported products.
I spoke to one of the people behind a report called "The Poor Are Getting Richer and Other Dangerous Delusions" about how this week's World Economic Forum in Davos will get things wrong.
Thanks to the surplus of men and dearth of entertainment options, strippers in the indoor mining town of Fermont, Quebec, can earn roughly $5,000 in a week.
James Schamus was the screenwriter of 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' and producer of movies like 'Brokeback Mountain' and 'Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.' But he's also a man in a fedora who will tell you that money isn't real.