Janet Yellen's parting shot won't kill the greed.
Inequality remains at or near record highs.
As Congress debates plans to give even more money to the country’s richest people, it is worth briefly recounting where the
The first female chair of the Federal Reserve declined the option to stay on as a lower-ranking Fed official.
Trump caps off a year of disempowering women by replacing the (very successful) female Fed chair with a less qualified man.
With this choice, the president opted against a radical break with the status quo.
But a change in Federal Reserve policy could bring it to an end.
It's the first time employment has fallen in seven years.
Yellen is likely to be good for the economy.
The economic adviser appears to have fallen out of favor with Trump since criticizing the president's Charlottesville responses.