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We're seeing two sides of the president post-midterms. Will the real Barack Obama please stand up?
The hiring manager knows that your reference list is composed of people who think you are peachy keen. You know the hiring manager knows that.
It's great to see companies hiring veterans but we also owe them more than just a job, says Matt Schuyler, chief human resources officer at Hilton.
Facebook isn't cool, says teen William Davenport, but he and his friends still use it anyway. So don't worry about the cool factor!
Here's what floor trader Kenny Polcari thinks are the key issues for the market—and where he thinks it will be at year end.
Any car loan greater than 36 months is a sign of financial irresponsibility. Suze Orman explains why.
Did Obamacare have an inadvertent poison pill in there all along?
Buried deep inside Tuesday's exit polls is a series of numbers on presidential contenders that will blow your mind, says Larry Kudlow.
Pundits concluded that the fall of the Berlin Wall was a triumph for capitalism. They were dead wrong, says McGill Prof. Henry Mintzberg.
Great advice on being a strong, independent woman from Diane Keaton, Robin Roberts and other leading ladies.
Radio host and mom of six Miriam Wallach says she thought she was a liberal — until she examined her parenting!
Perhaps it's time for shareholders to take matters into their own hands when it comes to securities class actions, says M. Todd henderson and Adam Pritchard.
Before you jump on the big data bandwagon, make sure you're prepared for the big risk that comes with it, says consultant Glenn Kapetansky.
It's kind of weird that good news sucks, at least for some people, but that seems to be the case these days.
Recent bankruptcy proceedings in Detroit and elsewhere should raise a giant warning flag for investors, says UBS's head of muni investing.
In order to attract business from the country's fastest-growing demographic, advisors need to speak to millennials in their own language.
There's a traffic jam at ports on the West Coast. There is also a tense labor situation. How much one has to do with the other is a matter of debate.
Fundamentals, technicals—everything points to the bulls being back in charge of this market, says Ron Insana.
Here's why investors are going to snap up 1% Apple bonds, says Michael Yoshikami.
The short-term result of the election may be bullish for the market but we are headed for dangerous times, says hedge-fund manager Todd Schoenberger.