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Hillary Clinton's proposed capital-gains tax makes no sense for the economy, says Larry Kudlow.
Five years after the president signed the Dodd-Frank financial-reform act, Barney Frank takes on the critics on two key points.
Hillary Clinton gets it right on four major points, and plenty of others, says political fund-raiser Mike Muse.
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NY's fight with Uber is like Luddites railing against spinning looms, says software chief Michael Gregoire. Here's why it didn't work.
Donald Trump's lead in the GOP race reveals a lot, such as the fact that America has HAD IT with politicians, says Carol Roth.
Winning $15 an hour is a big deal: It means no food stamps and being able to support four kids and a wife with cancer, says KFC worker Alvin Major.
Of course, cook books are on the menu, but culinary-school chief Dorothy Cann Hamilton also recommends travel tales and a Broadway memoir.
The US should build on what Starbucks is starting with its youth job-creation effort, says former Medtronic CEO Bill George.
The Iran deal's American negotiators didn't heed the lessons of the financial crisis when they struck the nuclear accord, says Rabbi Benjamin Blech.
Former US trading commissioner Bart Chilton channels his inner Dr. Seuss in talking about Dodd-Frank five years later.
Hedge funds and and a new type of patent troll are using loopholes in patent law for gains, stifling innovation, says author Joseph Gulfo.
Too many people around the globe have no access to financial services. Here's how we fix it, says PayPal CEO Dan Schulman.
The Fed is signaling that a rate hike could be coming soon. But will the dollar put a glitch in the plan?
Five years after Dodd-Frank, we’re still waiting for Wall Street pay reform, says Sarah Anderson.
As Cuba opens its embassy in Washington DC, it’s also putting out the welcome mat to American businesses, like it or not, says author Kabir Sehgal.
The cloud has lifted over banks and Dick Bove says it's time to "aggressively" buy some of the big names.
The shift to the digital economy is among the many reasons that US stocks will continue to rise, says economist Peter Morici.
Media consultant Mark Macias offers up his advice for what Bernie Sanders needs to do to beat Hillary Clinton.
The World Bank has a message for China's naysayers: growth fundamentals are sound. But the composition of growth is a problem, Michael Ivanovitch writes.