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"Shark Tank," Barbara Corcoran and Maine lobster were the ingredients for our $20 million success story, says Jim Tselikis.
Volkswagen's $15 billion settlement will mostly go to fixing or scrapping cars. There was a far better way to spend the cash, says Ion Yadigaroglu.
The US residential real estate market may seem far removed from the UK, but there is no doubt that the Brexit vote will have an impact, says Jonathan Smoke, the chief economist at realtor.com.
Trump is to the left of Clinton on trade. That stance could appeal to swing state voters in Ohio and Pennsylvania, says BreakingViews' Gina Chon.
Homelessness is a big issue in San Francisco right now. Here's what craigslist founder Craig Newmark is doing about it.
Puerto Rico’s governor says the commonwealth has no choice but to default on more than $1 billion in debt on Friday—and the fallout will be severe.
un control legislation isn't the answer to gun violence, says Jake Novak. We can stop it by enforcing the law, says Jake Novak.
With a Tesla-Solar City merger, the potential is tremendous. But it won't solve climate change in enough time, says Peter Bakker, the president of the World Council for Sustainable Development.
Bernie Sanders' revolution is hardly over. He has more power than ever and millions of foot-soldiers ready to push his agenda, says Jordan Chariton.
Brexit remainers are acting like elitist sore losers. The NeverTrumps who are trying to overturn voters' will are strikingly similar, says Jake Novak.
Here are seven trades that UBS sees as the best Brexit opportunities right now. (Hint: They're not all cash or US equities!)
The Brexit vote led to a sharp fall in the British pound and a credit downgrade. That's actually good news, says BreakingViews' Edward Chancellor.
Sure, the UK is a ship without a captain but it's time for other leaders to step up and stave off a mass business exodus, says media strategist Mark Macias.
Brexit has created too much uncertainty. It's time to preserve your capital until the dust settles, says trader Jack Bouroudjian.
EU leaders aren't likely to follow the UK's lead and jump ship, says this former UK ambassador to the EU. But will Brexit fever hit the US with a President Trump?
The Fed's diversity problem ensures that its policies are unfair to those most affected by them, says Dushaw Hockett.
Trump needs to remind voters how much they dislike Clinton, to make them forget how much they dislike him, say two GOP strategists.
Here are a few quick thoughts from former BBC economics correspondent Duncan Weldon on what he sees as the most pressing problems in the UK right now.
The U.K. has been America’s closest ally, but Brexit changes everything. The US will be forced to find a new dance partner, says Philippe LeCorre.
The "Silicon Valley" finale offers a cautionary tale for the people of Unicornville when you lie to your investors, says VC Venky Ganesan.