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A nuclear deal probably won't be reached with Iran by the June deadline. But here's the real test, says David Phillips.
Warren Buffett said the car-dealership model isn't going to change anytime soon. Here's why he's wrong, says auto-industry consultant Daron Gifford.
After an initial pop, Apple Watch sales are likely to fizzle, says Michael Yoshikami.
Rand Paul may not be the GOP front-runner but he's doing a few things really right. Here's what the GOP should learn from him.
Remember the 3-martini lunch? There's a push to make business lunches 100% tax deductible. Will it fly?
Leaders in Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela, Chile and elsewhere in Latin America are facing a choice: Clean up — or they'll be out.
Former NFL star Jack Brewer highlights a couple of companies investing in brain-related diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
Is the Fed going to take a page out of the NBA rule book and be "one and done" when it comes to interest rates?
This New York divorce attorney "likes" the idea of divorce by Facebook and says it's just the beginning of getting served by social media.
Mark Cuban caused a Twitter storm recently, calling for everyone to get quarterly blood tests. He's half right, this doctor says.
Think most fantasy-sports contests are legal? Here's why many may be running afoul of the law, these lawyers say.
The nuclear deal struck with Iran will prove unenforceable for one reason — economics, says Peter Morici.
The jobs report is the latest in a string of data that suggest the Fed shouldn't get trigger happy on rates, this economist says.
Discrimination is not only shameful—it's bad for business, says Rep. Mike Honda. And Indiana businesses will suffer the consequences.
One of the hottest new areas for early-stage investors right now is vertical farming, says investment banker Craig Lawson.
The new Obamacare enrollment numbers show that you can't fix stupid, says Jake Novak. But wait—he's got an idea.
The economy—and housing—have been heavily dependent on interest rates. Watch out when the training wheels come off, says Michael Farr.
Serious damage has been done to the West Coast ports business and it needs to be addressed quickly, say the CEOs of the US Chamber, NRF and NAM.
There's one big gaping hole in today's high-speed markets, explains D Keith Ross, head alternative-market operator PDQ.
Think video games are just for fun? Think again. They're part of the future of learning, says UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski.