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The oil-price crash has upset the most fundamental assumptions in long-term plans to meet the world's energy needs, says the CERAWeek chair.
Solar power is proving it can compete without government help. And that means the main criticism of solar—cost competitiveness—is history.
It might be easy to blame the Greek government, but the main reason for the ongoing crisis could lie elsewhere.
We need more millennials on staff! Wait, how do you do that? Steven Mannebach from Northwestern Mutual has a few tips.
The marijuana business is exploding but there's one tiny catch: Many businesses can't get loans. Enter David Dinenberg.
From China to the ECB and the Fed, this market is all about the central banks, says Michael Farr.
Here's a challenge for Hillary Clinton: Return to a JFK growth agenda. But it looks like she's going the wrong way, says Larry Kudlow.
Sofia Vergara's ex wants to prevent two frozen embryos they conceived from being destroyed now that they're broken up. What's the law here?
In a shocking verdict, the mistress of ex-Clippers owner Donald Sterling was ordered to pay his wife $2.6 million. Dan Eaton explains why.
Scott Fearon has made millions of dollars shorting dead companies walking. So how do you spot one? Here are five tell-tale signs.
The arguments against Common Core testing are good, but letting your kids opt out goes too far and sends the wrong message.
It's National Meeting Industry Day! Let us rejoice and celebrate the awesomeness of the meeting.
The next election won't take place for over a year but political fundraising has started. If you're an investor, you should be worried, says Jon Kuhl.
Here are three signs the pin has been pulled on the equity-bubble grenade, says Michael Pento.
Thomas Terry has the "Best Job of 2015." And you know what question he gets asked all the time? "How long am I going to live?"
Washington has to get serious about helping American families and small businesses on taxes, says House Small Business Chair Steve Chabot.
Financial advisor Jerry Lynch offers a peek at President Obama's tax return—and how he could have saved more money.
Many small and midsize companies aren't ready for a hack attack. And yet, they account for more than 30% of attacks.
Everyone, these days, is looking for a bubble here in the U.S. But it may be more wise to look overseas, says Ron Insana.
After millions of people get hit with the Obamacare tax penalty, the real pain will hit. And it's a gift to Republicans, says Jake Novak.
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