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Today's trends become tomorrow's realities. And while trends are intriguing to learn about for their own sake, they should abe an important component of your strategic thinking and planning for your small business as you head into 2012.
It will be "a very complex year across the board" in 2012, with a "slow, painfully but upward, U.S. economy, slowly improving labor markets and 2 percent to 2.5 percent GDP growth, predicted Evercore Partners Chairman Roger Altman. Overlaying this will be next year's "close and quite fascinating" presidential election.
CNBC' s John Harwood has the story on Republican presidential hopefuls pushing for an edge in Iowa.
Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry failed to collect enough signatures to get on the primary ballot in Virginia. Yes, the state has tough rules, but other candidates have managed to register, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
It is the attack-ad technique of choice for 2012: Anything you have said or done on film will be held against you. Its prevalence has helped make the Republican primary campaign a ferociously negative contest. The New York Times reports.
As the fourth quarter draws to a close, a spate of unexpectedly good economic data suggests that it will have some of the fastest and strongest economic growth since the recovery started in 2009, causing a surge in the stock market and cheering economists, investors and policy makers, The New York Times Reports.
I realize that Republicans want the United States to accumulate less debt. But there's no need to start saying crazy things like the U.S. is about to become Italy or Greece if Obama is elected for another term.
For the first time in our survey, not one newsmaker emerged a winner. See how President Obama, Bernanke, Brian Moynihan and others fared.
The differences between the House and Senate are not huge, says Rep. Eric Cantor, (R-VA). "The Republicans in the House are standing for the working people," he adds.
Americans need to feel richer if they are going to vote for President Barack Obama, says Jon Hilsenrath, WSJ. CNBC's Steve Liesman weighs in on the easing possibilities for the Fed in 2012.
According to a survey of VCs and CEOs, it could be an uneasy start to the new year in the venture capital world as capital remains tight. But for President Obama, life could be good: they predict he'll win the 2012 election.
As we seek your votes on this year's candidates, you’ll note that we have few repeats from 2010 and only one person who also made our inaugural list of 2009.
Insight on the political push for energy efficiency, with John Podesta, Center for American Progress.
CNBC's John Harwood has the details from the NBC/WSJ national poll, which shows Newt Gingrich has a double-digit lead over Mitt Romney.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has surged to a wide lead over Mitt Romney for the 2012 Republican nomination, but either leading candidates would face a daunting path in the general election against President Obama, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
Dodd-Frank and other costly regulations are punishing businesses, keeping them from expanding and creating more jobs, hedge fund investor Ken Langone told CNBC Tuesday.
Mitt Romney’s experience at Bain Capital is being searched by his critics for ammunition in the presidential campaign, and by others for clues as to how he would perform as president, the New York Times reports.
Russian stocks and the rouble held above their two-week lows, but analysts said that, at least until Dec. 24, investors would be better off staying away from Russia.
Newt Gingrich may be leading the pack of GOP presidential candidates right now, but voters will eventually come back to Mitt Romney, says former Vice President Dan Quayle.
CNBC's Larry Kudlow discusses tomorrow's Iowa Republican debate, and looks at Mitt Romney's attack ads targeting Newt Gingrich, with Robert Costa, National Review; Tony Fratto, Hamilton Place Strategies; John McLaughlin, Republican pollster; and Dan Gerstein, Gotham Ghostwriters.