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Nothing has been done to address the United States debt crisis. We need a call to action to save our country, says Murray T. Holland.
Kmart's taking some heat for its rent-to-own policy. But it's not the company that's greedy, it's consumers, says Carol Roth.
Obamacare "is a mess … and it continues to get messier," California Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom said on "The Kudlow Report."
Stores are facing a backlash for opening on Thanksgiving but trader Todd Schoenberger asks: Does anyone really like making small talk with Uncle Frank? C'mon This is America. Let's shop!
"I just worry a little bit that we are edging back to the 'eyeball-and-click' thing we had just before the year 2000," Art Cashin says.
Discussing the Federal Reserve's impact on the market, with Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities; Ben Willis, Albert Fried and Company; and CNBC's Bob Pisani. "QE in the Treasury market didn't work," says Willis.
Toxic work relationships will tether you to mediocrity. Here's how to tell if your situation is toxic — and tips for setting healthy boundaries.
There are two main ways this recovery is different, says economist Joel Naroff. Here's what investors need to focus on.
The Fed prepared us for tapering, then decided not to follow through. So where does Janet Yellen draw the line?, asks economist Bob Brusca.
Op-ed: Small-business owners say the costs of Obamacare are already causing them to hire more part-time workers and less full-time. But here's a solution.
Former Vice President Dick Cheney tells "Kudlow Report" that he is less than optimistic about the Affordable Care Act.
Activist investor Dan Loeb, founder of hedge fund Third Point, responds to being put on a "watch list" by the American Federation of Teachers.
Larry Summers also said the Federal Reserve should concentrate on pushing the economy to expand.
Discussing whether pension funds should invest in funds like Dan Loeb's Third Point, with American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten. She explains why Loeb had trouble with being transparent.
Yellen’s testimony will likely affirm five points; they are worth remembering when markets fret again about the Fed, said Pimco's Mohamed El-Erian.
President Obama's well-intended policies to resuscitate the economy are making the inequality gap a lot worse, said economist and professor Peter Morici.
Who said the housing market is in recovery mode? Clearly it’s not and the evidence points to very fragile outlook, said Todd Schoenberger.
The latest scandal hitting the industry is the fast-moving investigation into the $5.3 billion foreign exchange market
The U.S. is leading the way in a global recovery and there should be little question about its ability to fulfill debt obligations, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told CNBC.
One way or the other, rates are going to increase — probably between now and the end of November, said Thomas H. Kee, Jr.
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