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Businesses wield great influence and so, by refusing to work with people who that don't respect certain values, they can bring about change.
Technology has the potential to answer our biggest questions, solve our toughest challenges and help us better understand the world.
This one fact is central — yet absent — from the debate over repealing the Affordable Care Act, says Matthew Yglesias.
Tom Price's confirmation chances now seem weaker than any other Trump pick, Jake Novak explains why.
How can the Trump administration replace Obamacare without falling flat on its face? Tell the states to do it instead, says Vox's Ezra Klein.
Elizabeth Warren has some explaining to do if she wants support from progressives in 2020, says Jordan Chariton.
While Asia is progressing on the integration front, the European Union appears to be unraveling.
Terry Tamminen, who met with President-elect Trump and Leonoardo DiCaprio in December, explains how a Trump climate-change deal with China might work.
Depending on the outcome of Trump's bet, the economy could break free of its lethargy or end up in a deep recession, says Jay N. Rollins.
Health care services in Costa Rica are a fraction of the cost of the U.S., yet every bit as good, says John Michael Arthur.
The market moved up so fast after the election that investors got spooked. But JPMorgan's earnings show the rally is for real.
It's becoming obvious Big Pharma's iron wall of protection in Washington is starting to crumble, says Jake Novak.
More government regulation is not the answer to emissions cheating, says Prof. Timothy Carone. Here's what will help.
Herbert Hoover had no government experience. And we all know how that turned out, says Dustin McKissen.
Automakers have been gaming the system for years when it comes to environmental rules, says Jake Novak. Fiat and VW just went too far.
In an op-ed for CNBC, T-Mobile CEO John Legere explains why he's ticked off about what's going on in the mobile industry.