The Pinto became known as the subcompact car that Ford sold while ignoring major safety defects. But was that just a false narrative?
A study of successful entrepreneurs finds a high level of emotional intelligence and sociability, along with a marked need to dominate.
When the U.S. federal government first moved to D.C. in 1800, the city was still largely swamp. Tourists didn't start to visit until many decades later.
The marketing of scents through clever branding, rather than real differences in what’s being sold, originated in nineteenth-century France.
Historian Lawrence Glickman looked at the consumer movements of the 1930s to find out.
Nearly every American is now within a few hours’ drive of a casino. But critics note that casino gambling has not delivered on its economic promises.
The way advertisers target mothers has changed along with the social understanding of American motherhood, one sociologist found.
In 1874, popular writer Henry Hooper called the hotel clerk “the supercilious embodiment of Philistinism.” What accounts for the nineteenth century hate?
Academics are studying what makes a good company culture. These have involved everything from ranking hierarchies of needs to sociological explanations of group mentalities.
Rupert Murdoch was born in Australia, and first made an international impact in Britain. He thrust himself into the U.S. market with his purchase of the New York Post newspaper in 1974.