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Ex-Wall Streeter Turney Duff live blogs the Convenant House Sleep Out, where executives and celebrities sleep on the street for a night to raise awareness and money for homeless youth.
Here's why these proposed bitcoin regulations are unrealistic, says Trevor Murphy, the CTO of BitStash.
If retailers succeed in shutting down Apple Pay, it could have some serious implications for consumers.
Take heart kitchen gourmands and chocoholics. Short-term pains lead to long-term gains.
How much more bad news must come out of the Japanese experiment in mega-stimulus before Keynesians reassess their assumptions? asks Peter Schiff.
A perfect storm is brewing for bipartisan health-care reform, says former Rep. Pete Hoekstra.
A new study reveals that lack of mentors and access to capital is inhibiting the growth of women-owned businesses.
Recessions...plunging oil prices...how should investors play all of this global economic turmoil?
Globalization is recovering from the hit it took during the financial crisis. But it doesn’t look the same.
In an ironic twist, Chinese companies are now investing in US manufacturing, says Miao Wang, director of the documentary "Made by China in America."
China should take a lesson from California in tackling its serious air-pollution problem, says Terry Tamminen.
Consider the benefits large companies could reap from partnering with start-ups, writes Accenture's Matt Reilly.
The fines that the five banks have coughed up, will now go straight into UK finance minister George Osborne's pre-election coffers.
M&A is alive and well in the energy sector. Here's the buzz about which companies might be next, says NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.
This is the most important indicator for the economy — and the equities market, says Michael Yoshikami.
We've finally got stimulus that works, says Jake Novak. So why are Democrats trying to screw it up?
If the federal funds rate increases next year, so will prime rates. And that means credit card rates will too, warns Suze Orman.
Is the 4.5% rule ironclad? Of course not; it's just a starting point. But it has helped many retirees protect their income streams.
Increasing amounts of crude oil are hitting the global market, left, right, and center. That may take oil as low as $50 in the coming months.
Digging into some big data, on everything from Google searches to news stories, might be able to say if the market is headed for a correction.
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