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It's time to stop wanting Tim Cook to be Steve Jobs. Because guess what? He's actually more like Warren Buffett—and that's not bad at all.
Here's why Carl Icahn won’t likely be joining the Mount Rushmore of insider trading, says ex-Galleon trader Turney Duff.
Asia's leaders must ensure respect for international law and nowhere is that need clearer than at sea, says Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.
Did the voluntary deal to sell the LA Clippers just rip the heart out of Donald Sterling's billion-dollar lawsuit against the NBA?
Now that all three branches of government agree climate change, deniers need to shut up and go away, says Terry Tamminen.
Successful women are stigmatized as “abrasive, difficult and demanding,” Arianna Huffington told CNBC on Monday.
The slow recovery and wealth inequality are fueling political and religious extremism and, in some cases, outright terrorism, says Nouriel Roubini.
Jump-starting growth has relied too much on the Fed and not enough on fiscal policy, French economist and author Thomas Piketty tells CNBC.
For Wall Street interns, the most important job is to get the lunch order right. Seriously. Tips from a former managing director.
The cash envelope man and Mark Zuckerberg's California giving are misguided and wasteful uses of philanthropic dollars, says Jake Novak.
You may be wearing relaxed-fit pants on a slow summer day but here’s why you shouldn’t let your guard down on Wall Street.
The success of the new Ukraine would constitute an existential threat to Putin's rule in Russia.
The declining volatility index doesn't necessarily mean another correction is ahead, says NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.
Telecommuting is a fine art. It can go wrong VERY quickly. Career coach Marie McIntyre offers up six blunders to avoid.
GM has to start thinking about how to regain American consumers' trust. Here's what it can learn from other corporate disasters and crises.
Wider acceptance of women's leadership requires "moving the goalpost" past the current scrutiny they face, says Naomi Wolf, a social critic.
Former British prime minister Tony Blair says ensuring security in areas shaken by extremism starts with rooting out "poisonous" ideologies.
Here's why Donald Sterling gave control of the Clippers sale over to his wife, says lawyer Mitchell Epner.
With the stock market near record highs and Wall Street bonuses up, this is set to be a blowout summer for Hamptons real estate.
Economist Jeffrey Sachs says Bill Gates is wrong on his African economic-development project. Here's his challenge to the Microsoft founder.
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