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Hong Kong has a new chief executive and should look forward instead of back, the SCMP reports.
Ryan will never convince conservatives to play ball on health care. Here's his only option, says Robert Laszewski.
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Donald Trump promised to "drain the swamp" in Washington. But as Matt Drudge pointed out, sometimes the swamp drains you.
The larger issue at stake is not just the fate of a single company, but the fate of capitalism itself, says Bill George.
How college grads can make automation in the workplace work for them, says Futurist Dom Price.
Trump was ushered into office amid an overwhelming desire for change. Now, it's time to deliver, says Danielle DiMartino Booth.
Each year, syncing music iTunes playlists on a smartphone seems to get more complicated, writes Verge's Casey Newton.
There are three significant ways the Fed rate hike could affect the real estate market, says Rick Sharga.
These six sectors are the ones investors should be watching now, says trader Naeem Aslam.
The American Health Care Act was sold on lies, poorly planned, deadly to thousands, and a catastrophe for its authors, writes Vox's Ezra Klein.
The market is flashing these three warning signs right now, says Economist Jack Bouroudjian.
The Fed is on a course of rising rates but there is one thing that could pump the brakes, says NAR chief economist Lawrence Yun.
The fate of "repeal and replace" means a few very important things to Wall Street, says Ron Insana.
Money manager Michael Pento explains what could finally be the catalyst that sends this market over the edge.
Investors concerned about high market valuations should consider these alternatives to stocks and bonds, says Chris Gaffney.