With Jeff Bezos new status as the world's richest man, his rivals will be more motivated to move against him, says Jake Novak. » Read More
By: Eric Cantor, former House majority leader
The GOP and the economy would suffer devastating consequences if tax reform isn’t passed, says former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor. » Read More
A Breakingviews analysis suggests that eliminating the costly New York Times print edition altogether would be radical — but not absurd. » Read More
By: Joseph Holt, a business ethics professor at Notre Dame
Getting a company to open a plant in the US seems like good news. But with Foxconn, there is cause for concern, says Notre Dame professor Joe Holt. » Read More
Neither a tax cut nor a minimum wage increase will help a middle-aged, middle-class worker whose skill set has been permanently replaced.
President Trump and the GOP need to do three things to salvage the Obamacare repeal-and-replace process, says Jake Novak.
Sessions' stance on marijuana is not just troubling, it is dangerous and runs contrary to the facts.
Amazon might as well have legally named its meal kit takeover “Death to Blue Apron," says Dealbreaker's Thorton McEnery.
Whether or not basic income is a good idea depends entirely on how you pay for it, writes Vox's Dylan Matthews.
Here's how career women can avoid that tingling of guilt about missing that important soccer game, says Karen Firestone.
The GOP's latest health bill is dead. Here's why repeal now, replace later is not a viable alternative, says Consultant Robert Laszewski.
Increasingly, companies are using video to lure talent. But the key to success is showcasing the workplace culture in an authentic way.
As the painful and quite frankly embarrassing stumble out of Europe continues for the U.K., I watch with sadness at the pathetic lack of conviction of both the previous Remain and pro-Leave camps.
Millennials are hurt by so many policies in Washington that they really need their own powerful lobbying group, says Jake Novak.
They find a way to win.
Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell's political ambitions could drive him to wreck the legislative body he loves, says Andrew Prokop.
The consumer protection bureau is essential to stopping financial institutions from harming consumers, says Jeff Sovern, et al.
Bill Simmons is being too hard on his former employer, argues Eric Jackson.
The Fed is holding the economy and the financial system in a reasonably good shape in an environment of price stability, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
President Trump's amateur behavior may be a plus with voters who have disdained political qualifications for 25 years, says Jake Novak.
Social Security is unfairly taking workers' money and fueling income inequality. It's time to phase out the program, says Jake Novak.
The revised Senate bill turns Obamacare into a high-risk pool, says Vox's Ezra Klein.
With banks swimming in cash, the door to intra-industry acquisitions may be about to crack open, says Dick Bove.
GOP health bill offers little protection for the insured who actually get sick, says Jennifer Fitzgerald.