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This is who benefits from keeping America's nuclear plants open, says former Senators Evan Bayh and Judd Gregg.
Kanye West has one characteristic that is essential to all presidential candidates these days, says Mike Muse.
Everyone is blaming China for the recent stock-market rout. But this is much bigger than that, says trader Brian Kelly.
Why do we have to wait for a month to get the jobs report? We should get updates every day, says Tony Fratto.
Marissa Mayer's plan to take a shortened maternity leave sends the wrong message, says Ellen Bravo.
Currency wars are one reason Michael Farr thinks the Fed will either defer the first rate hike to next year or do one small move and then pause.
September, true to form, started rough. Here are two sectors where floor trader Alan Valdes thinks you can do some bargain hunting.
Tremors in the world's second largest economy has shaken markets. But other factors are also at work: US stock overvaluations and the Fed.
Today's selloff is completely normal so panicking would be premature, says Ron Insana.
Active fund managers took a beating in the last few years but history shows now is a good time to get active again, says this investment chief.
Shaking up tech's male culture is not only the right thing to do, it's essential for the industry's future, says RebelMouse CEO Paul Berry.
Through its control of American interest rates, the Fed exercises a decisive influence on dollar-denominated asset valuation models.
Here's what Congress and the president need to do to get the economy pumping and create jobs, says former Office Depot and Auto Zone CEO Steve Odland.
Donald Trump—and a lot of other people—seem to misunderstand the pope's position on capitalism, says Notre Dame economist Joe Kaboski.
As traders brace for September, Turney Duff takes a look at some market superstitions—and whether or not you should be afraid.
The worst isn't over for the S&P, says Sam Stovall. And here's why September could resemble a B-grade horror movie.
Despite a big drop in China's market, here's why Chinese stocks are still not a buy, says wealth manager Michael Yoshikami.
Looking for some good books for the beach? Check out CNBC's summer reading series 2015.
With Hillary Clinton in trouble, Joe Biden is mulling a 2016 presidential run. Cenk Uygar says this is a bad idea — and here's why.
The recent shrine bombing in Thailand won't derail the nation's tourism, says this former ambassador.