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Fed Governor Powell did a lot of jawboning today about the US mortgage market. Michael Farr explains why that's risky business.
John Malone picked a good time to pounce on HSN, tactically, but investors seem skeptical, says Breakingviews' Laura Silva Laughlin.
Will the recent weakening in hiring continue for a fourth straight month? Bankrate analyst Mark Hamrick highlights what to look for in Friday's jobs report.
North Korea gets less public attention than ISIS, but it's a massive threat to two of America's closest allies, writes Vox's Zack Beauchamp.
"Entrepreneurship is the new hipster thing."
G-20 summit leaders need to focus on North Korea now, instead of ragging on Donald Trump, says Jake Novak.
Why the EPA is on the wrong side of this critical issue that affects all Americans, says Heather Leibowitz.
Here's how President Trump can turn a hostile G-20 situation into a foreign policy win, says Jake Novak.
Make sure your decisions are goal-oriented and not comfort-oriented.
The best response to the North Korean ICBM test is the following this specific "to do list," says Jake Novak.
Human beings are not wrenches, and that's the simple lesson today's employers need to learn about loyalty, says Dustin McKissen.
Protectionism will not add to American jobs or raise wages, on the whole, says New York Times' Eduardo Porter.
He's staffing up, touring the country, and still drawing record crowds, says Matthew Yglesias.
The G20 won't make any progress toward the problems of bloodshed, misery and insecurity around the world, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Recent election results suggest that right as well as left-wing populism may be more contained than feared and that the "reasonable middle" is reasserting itself in politics.
The double bottom in the Shanghai index has developed successfully and the rally has paused just below the target level of 3,200. Daryl Guppy writes.
If the government lacks the consent of the people, there must be great change, says Larry Kudlow.
As strongly-worded ultimatums are re-issued, and compliance deadlines pass, the diplomatic crisis in the Gulf grinds on with no obvious end in sight.
To change the sexism in Silicon Valley's tech and media industries, leaders should be held to a standard that forces meaningful change.
Nike's chance to do business on Amazon's online marketplace could generate massive revenue boosts, Jennifer Sabas writes in Breakingviews.