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The CEO of the chain that own's Hardee's and Carl's Jr. took some heat for an op-ed on youth and unemployment. Here's his rebuttal.
From "Johnny Wall Street" to "Doing God's Work Man" there are a lot of characters on Wall Street. Turney Duff offers up a cool dozen.
Here is the one big roadblock to Amazon's success, says Jake Novak.
Endowments are divesting holdings in fossil-fuel companies and students are cheering. But Terry Tamminen asks, Are these good intentions misguided?
If the Obama administration wants Iran's cooperation on Iraq, it needs to know what Iran wants, says former White House adviser David L. Phillips.
"Big data" is more than a buzzword: it's a reality that's becoming increasingly prominent and important.
The Export-Import Bank is the perfect example of corporate welfare, crony capitalism, fraud and corruption, Larry Kudlow says.
How are those World Cup bets faring? Let's just say your chances were better with this former Wall Street whiz than Goldman Sachs.
The Supreme Court’s decision in Riley v. California is the most important privacy opinion in over 40 years, says Mitchell Epner.
Obamacare has stirred a lot of partisan bickering but here's one thing you can't argue about, says Jake Novak.
"Fast Money" regular Brian Kelly created his own bitcoin-like currency. So what happens now? Naturally, a fight!
The word "unexpectedly" for negative economic data has become a much-mocked cliché, but this week's first-quarter GDP number deserves an exception. The Fiscal Times reports.
China is focusing on the Middle East, looking to fill the void left by the US, says Minghao Zhao of Chinese foreign-policy think tank Charhar.
Forget the Supreme Court. The premise that Aereo is a disruptive innovation that could kill pay television is false, says a B School expert.
The Fed's "wildly accommodative" monetary policy risks triggering the next world financial crisis, market veteran Stephen Roach warned.
Look out, Silicon Valley. Asian business leaders are starting to think differently, says Michael Yoshikami.
Gloom and doomers are getting worked up about a potential spike in volatility but Ron Insana says hang on, we're not on the fast track to catastrophe.
A crisis of GM proportions awaits the US if we don't fix some big problems like tax reform and Social Security, says Loews co-chair Andrew Tisch.
The Republican party establishment has forgotten about the free-enterprise and limited-government principles that the country needs to get back on track, Sen. Marco Rubio tells CNBC.
Government cannot satisfy the demand for public goods and services alone. Its role should be akin to a venture capitalist, says Laura Tyson.
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