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Here's why Trump and Clinton are poised to win even though most voters don't like them or want them to be president, say two GOP strategists.
The Oscars boycott is already starting to spur change. But will it move the needle for more diversity in Hollywood?
It's trickier to get away with insider trading nowadays but does it still exist on Wall Street? "1,000 percent," One trader said.
Does hiring an Academy Award-winning actor translate into movie studio profits? It's complicated, says S. Abraham Ravid.
Julissa Arce revealed that she rose to the top of Wall Street while an undocumented immigrant. A year later, she can't believe the hateful rhetoric.
Politicians can't ignore minimum wage workers anymore. That's why we're going on strike and marching on the GOP debate in Houston, says Janice Talton.
An interest rate increase now would dampen any hopes for a full economic recovery, says Valerie Wilson.
Did you just hear a groan or a snicker in your pitch? This angel investor offers up what NOT to do in your pitch.
Health insurance is becoming available to millions more Americans. But most people don't even know what's covered, says Mitch Rothschild.
The US cannot allow Europe to be this aggressive in penalizing US firms just to fill its budget holes, says Business Roundtable President John Engler.
These bank stocks have taken a real beating year-to-date, but UBS's Kiran Ganesh says investors should take a second look.
Central banks are guaranteed to fail miserably in their effort to produce viable growth through inflation, says Michael Pento.
A guide to Wall Street’s favorite restaurants: Where do they take their mistress? their wife? their clients? Turney Duff has the lowdown.
Google's parent Alphabet is stuck in an antitrust probe that could open the door for competitors like Facebook, says Robert Cryan in Breakingviews.
Consumers are optimistic, but investors are worried and CEOs are pessimistic. Could this "trifurcation" lead to economic recession, asks Bart van Ark.
Saudi's oil minister Ali al Naimi is speaking in Houston on Tuesday. Here's how he can justify oil production cuts, says energy advisor Steven Kopits.