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Op-ed: The US government shutdown isn't just hurting the domestic economy, it's causing collateral damage to America's global economic standing.
If Congress puts default on the table, it is declaring war on you and your job, your pension and your savings.
Despite tarting up the mortgage industry like Cinderella for the ball, buyers are not buying into the housing market.
When our country's ideological split calcifies into political extremism, it weakens U.S. standing in the world.
Hank Greenberg, C.V. Starr and Company chairman and CEO, explains why he thinks JPMorgan is being unfairly targeted.
The cancellation of President Obama's trip to East Asia was entirely appropriate.
Let's show our appreciation by urging Congress to put those dedicated public servants back to work and let them continue to improve our nation.
Well, here we are again. For the umpteenth time in recent memory, our lawmakers are unable to compromise and do the job the people expect of them.
Elaine Chao, former U.S Labor secretary, and Howard Dean, former Democratic Governor of Vermont, react to Speaker Boehner and President Obama's comments on the shutdown.
Because the president is unwilling to compromise on almost anything, the GOP was left with no other options, says Peter Morici.
The ubiquitous use of "government shutdown" is lazy and sensational. Here's where it came from and why we need a new phrase.
A year’s delay of Obamacare would give the GOP its last chance to replace it with a pro-competition alternative.
The contentious wrangling highlights a greater problem for the US: the country's trillion-dollar federal deficit, writes Michael Yoshikami.
There’s good news and bad news about trucking. The good news is freight is up (kind of)The bad news? Maybe not enough trucks.
As the fight over the budget threatens a U.S. government shutdown we should use this opportunity to address an even bigger issue: the U.S. debt crisis.
Guest blogger Paul Hellman's recent encounter at a Toronto airport offers some key life and work lessons on how to accumulate influence.
Emerging markets can be defined as unstable, unbalanced and uncoordinated, but China is the best one, and it’s not because of its growth rate.
In his new book, financial journalist Duff McDonald provides an intimate and incisive behind-the-scenes history and analysis of this enigmatic firm.
There is never going to be a 100% "right" time to start tapering. But each month one holds off, the harder it will be to actually start it.
Is BlackBerry's buyout bid for real, or is it merely a stalking horse bid to either obscure another party or create a sense of urgency among strategic players?