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Hillary Clinton may be the next US president. Theresa May is likely to be the UK prime minister. Beyonce's prophecy that girls "Rule the World" may be coming true.
Finally! Pokemon Go has given investors a reason to take Nintendo stock seriously. Here are six reasons why Michael Yoshikami likes the stock.
Nintendo shares have soared on Pokemon Go's smash success in the US but the real test of the game’s profit-generating potential is just beginning.
Trump seems to have pivoted to a more cautious tone as the nation reels in violence. It's evoking Nixon from 1968, says Jake Novak.
Bernie Sanders is likely to endorse Hillary Clinton. But his legions of millennial followers may not be swayed by the move, says Jordan Chariton.
This will be the strongest summer housing market in a decade, says Realtor.com's Jonathan Smoke. Here are the hottest markets.
In the aftermath of the mass police shooting in Dallas, there is one thing policymakers could do to prevent future deaths, says German Lopez.
On Hillary Clinton's email scandal, the GOP should stop grilling James Comey and let the voters make the ultimate judgement, says Jake Novak.
The June jobs report came in stronger than expected, yet recession fears are likely to persist, says Lindsey Piegza. Here's why.
Bill Gates shares his favorite memories from 25 years of friendship with Warren Buffett—and what he's learned from the "Oracle of Omaha."
LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman says enough is enough. It's time for Mitch McConnell and other GOP senators to do their jobs.
Dennis Gartman says he's bullish on gold but not in an end-of-times kind of way — and with one key caveat.
In withdrawing his name for Trump's VP pick, Bob Corker suggested Trump's daughter Ivanka would make a great VP. Here's why that won't happen, says Jake Novak.
Here are this executive's five key tips for surviving job loss, switching careers and thriving in any industry.
Vice presidents were once laughing stocks. But these days, choosing a running mate is the most important decision of the campaign, says Joshua Spivak.
Central banks have embarked on an experiment that is now going haywire and gold and silver will be the last currencies standing, says market analyst Peter Boockvar.
Hillary Clinton's email and Benghazi scandals are the most notable of President Obama's administration. That figures, says Dylan Matthews.
Brace yourself, says Tim Quast: This rally has no foundation and a "reset" is coming.
With Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson stepping aside, the prospect of "Brexit" is less certain than ever, says NYU Stern Professor Luis Cabral.
Brexit has created market uncertainty, but these six undervalued tech stocks have little or no exposure to Europe or the UK, says Victor Anthony.