Society

The FINANCIAL -- Most U.S. adults now say it is not necessary to believe in God to be moral and have good values (56%), up from about half (49%) who expressed this view in 2011. This increase reflects the continued growth in the share of the population that has no religious affiliation, but it also is the result of changing attitudes among those who do identify with a religion, including white ...

The FINANCIAL -- Many U.S. parents feel compelled to step in and help when a child is bored, although in doing so, they may be preventing children from developing the ability to solve their own ...

The FINANCIAL -- New global poll finds unemployment remains the top issue around the world. What Worries the World study finds the majority of people across 26 countries think that their country is ...

The FINANCIAL — Service sector workers are often required to enforce certain rules. Researchers in the "International Journal of Research in Marketing" reported how this affects their relationship ...

The FINANCIAL -- Today’s student shopping basket sees stereotypical products such as beer (-28 per cent) and baked beans (-26 per cent) sharply decline when compared to previous ...