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There may not be a government shutdown looming but there are some serious fiscal battles coming in the months ahead, says political consultant Stephen Myrow.
The Swiss move to unpeg the franc proves the euro is like a bad, bad marriage, says Jake Novak. Here's what should happen next.
Here's what the big battle in the market will be in 2015, says Westwood Capital's Dan Alpert.
Investors are getting hit from all sides — Europe, earnings, and the list goes on — but here's the real reason for the market selloff, says floor trader Kenny Polcari.
Wall Street business dinners are tricky: Where do you go? When do you talk business? Sit in on Turney Duff's master class in the art of entertaining clients.
This tried and true strategy just doesn't work in a zero interest-rate environment, says hedge-fund manager Michael Elfers.
Here's how West Texas crude got its swagger back—well at least relative to its more worldly cousin Brent—explains John Kilduff.
West Coast dockworkers and their employers have been at odds for over six months now, and freight is backing up.
The US economy may be chugging along but pay attention to these red flags for global growth, says Ron Insana.
In the race for returns, you're not supposed to beat the index. If you are, you're probably doing something wrong. Financial advisor Jerry Lynch explains.
The ECB is expected to launch QE next week, but it's likely to be the most inefficient seen since the onset of the financial crisis.
More and more Americans are "covered," but fewer and fewer Americans will actually be able to get health care, says Jake Novak. Here's why.
The good times aren't over yet for the stock market, says floor trader Kenny Polcari. But buckle up—it could be a bumpy ride!
Here are 7 ways market leaders stay ahead of the competition — and ahead of the curve.
What is Sen. Bob Corker thinking — his first Republican message is: Raise the federal gasoline tax?
CNBC contributor Carol Roth says it doesn't address the problems faced by youth in America.
Draining the swamp that gives rise to extremism and terrorism is a generational endeavor. The West's policies warrant review, says David Phillips.
Former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor did something most politicians don't do: He put kids first. But, here's what he didn't say.
Here's how the government can help entrepreneurs create opportunity—and the all-important jobs—in the year ahead, says this Ernst & Young executive.
It's time for energy utilities and grids to cut the old-school cord, says Terry Tamminen.