Congress is once again considering the renewal of an act that requires insurers to offer terrorism insurance. The question is – does it need some tweaks?» Read More
Until recently the market had largely ignored the growing crisis in Ukraine but investors are starting to pay attention.
Anyone who thinks the FCC decision on pricing power is a threat to innovation is obscenely wrong, says Jake Novak.
Michael Yoshikami is no Apple fanboy but he thinks the company's innovation pipeline did not die with Steve Jobs and it's ridiculous to say otherwise.
Technology has been labeled a job killer but in fact, it creates jobs and growth for small businesses, says Carol Roth.
Hedge funds and other groups are spreading bad information about the reform of Fannie and Freddie, says the Mortgage Bankers Association president.
Bill Ackman also tells CNBC that Allergan's poison-pill defense doesn't make his takeover bid more difficult.
It is time for the US to change Putin's calculations, and Syria is the place to do it, says New America Foundation's Anne-Marie Slaughter.
CEOs and physical laborers should be closer in pay, former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura told CNBC on Tuesday.
Disruptive technologies are revolutionizing finance. Bitcoin is the most visible but far from good, says Mohamed El-Erian. Here are some that are better.
Would the end of the anti-poaching case in Silicon Valley trigger "star wars?," asks lawyer and San Diego State professor Dan Eaton.
Terry Tamminen has a few ideas to effect change this Earth Day—including replacing Congress.
The Lefty mayors of NY and LA talk about income equality but when it comes to Hollywood and taxes, they're starry-eyed, says Jake Novak.
Some are calling Google's buying spree the ultimate sign of a bubble. But here's the key thing for investors to remember, says Michael Yoshikami.
Here's what investors should be looking for in this week's round of earnings, says NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.
As Obama visits, Japan is accelerating the pace of negotiations on economic partnerships to open its economy further, says Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Is there a specific rate of return for an investment that should set off alarm bells in your head?
President Barack Obama and former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg are the best gun salesmen of all time, says Jake Novak.
Fewer Americans are working—or trying to work. Reversing this trend has to be a priority for the next administration, says Wharton Prof. Joao Gomes.
From spiced bourbon to a new #nevertamed campaign, here's what Wild Turkey is doing to capitalize on the bourbon boom.
The US deficit has fallen by $1 trillion since 2009. So why is no one cheering—or taking credit?, asks Ron Insana.
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