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CNBC's Jane Wells has a news flash for all the millennials: You're not really sharing anything. You're paying for services.
While the market buzzes about June, this former Dallas Fed official says a hike isn't likely until December. Here's why.
Donald Trump needs to stop fighting with his GOP rivals and focus on attacking Hillary Clinton instead, says Jake Novak.
Apple's earnings may be bad for a few quarters but Michael Yoshikami says don't give up on the stock just yet.
Investors should stop the doom and gloom, says Debra Silversmith. Election year markets generally go higher.
If Ted Cruz can snag the nomination, he can save the GOP ... by losing in November, says Stephen Myrow.
It would be absurd for the Fed to raise rates now, says Stephen Kalayjian. Here's why.
Brady’s suspension will likely stick this time, says Dan Eaton. However, Eaton found “serious flaws” in the appeals court ruling.
Kabir Sehgal never loved Wall Street, so he followed his passion for music all the way to the Grammys. Twice!
Riyadh’s new plan to reform the economy will raise cash, but won’t solve the kingdom’s crude problem, says BreakingViews columnist Andy Critchlow.
Standing outside the Supreme Court, Julissa Arce realized the Tea Party and immigration reformers are actually fighting for a lot of the same things.
The GOP's nominating process has more than its share of problems, but is it really unfair to Trump? Two GOP strategists weigh in.
Looking for the all-clear sign from this market? Don't fall for a "false" green light, says Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison.
Donald Trump strategically outmaneuvered Ted Cruz in the race for the GOP nomination, says Larry Kudlow. Here's how he did it.
Here's why Fannie Mae's and Freddie Mac's new proposal to help homeowners should be adopted, says housing expert Elyse Cherry.
On Earth Day 2016, it's about time the environmental movement realizes that business isn't the enemy, says Green Building Council's Rick Fedrizzi.
The US shouldn't just sit by with the Saudis threatening to pull $750 billion in US assets, says Ron Insana.
Even though it's inevitable that Hillary Clinton will win the Democratic nomination for president, she still has a big problem, says Jake Novak.
On Earth Day, global leaders will sign the COP21 Paris agreement, but this is why we need action, not just talk, says Gabon's president.
Growing potatoes, kale and garlic at JFK airport? JetBlue's sustainability chief is rewriting the book on going green.