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Microsoft's mangled layoff memo offers a lesson in how to write a crappy, insensitive note to employees, says career coach Marie McIntyre.
On the four-year anniversary of Dodd-Frank, perhaps there is a lesson big banks can learn from smaller, regional banks, says Dan O'Donnell.
Everyone was waiting for a catalyst to end the bull market—the downing of Flight MH17 plane may be it, says hedge-fund manager Todd Schoenberger.
Italy's PM said "an SMS could have done the job" in "saving money", when leaders arrived at an EU summit and told no agreement could be reached.
Fear triggered a spike in market volatility this week as some ran for the exits—"Fast Money" trader Jon Najarian ran for his "buy" button.
The US won the Cold War largely because Reagan had a strong economy to back him up. Obama has broken that link—and Putin knows it, says Larry Kudlow.
"Fast Money" regular Brian Kelly created his own bitcoin-like currency and he says it's the right time to start regulating them.
The Malaysian plane crash triggered a selloff by the machines but Gaza is a bigger worry for the human traders, says NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.
Putin is responsible for the Malaysian plane crash over Ukraine—even if he didn't order the attack, says former WH adviser David L. Phillips.
Jim Cramer often says buy weakness. This, however, isn’t one of those times.
Do US firms have a duty to sacrifice their own interests for the broader good of the country?, asks law professor Dan Eaton.
News of Malaysian Air 17's crash in Eastern Ukraine sent a ripple effect through the markets, says "Fast Money" trader Jon Najarian.
In "Sex Tape," Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel accidentally blast their sex tape out via the cloud. Is that even possible?
The child-immigration crisis is a result of several bipartisan policies, including one involving deporting gang members. Mitchell Epner explains.
Republican Sen. Bob Corker applauds President Obama's newly imposed sanctions on Russia for its role in destabilizing Ukraine.
Carl Icahn defended the role of activist investors like him, saying that too many companies are being run by "morons" who need oversight.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan and TheStreet's Herb Greenberg made a friendly bet on coffee vs. gold. Who won?
An open letter from King George III to Jack Lew, applauding his brilliant remarks on the importance of taxes.
Steve Jobs probably wouldn't have approved of the IBM deal, but get used to it—this is the new age Apple, says Michael Yoshikami.
A merger between 21st Century Fox and Time Warner would be a "great deal" investor Ken Griffin said.
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