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Pope Francis' comments about the wealthy and capitalism have at least one wealthy capitalist feeling hesitant about supporting a church project.
Here's the problem with "buy and hold," says Stock Trader Daily's Thomas Kee: Do you have time to wait for it to pay off?
Shareholder activists. Minimum-wage agitators. Wall Street bankers. Washington regulators. They're all coming after corporate America.
Economist Nouriel Roubini, renowned for his foretelling of doom and gloom in financial markets, has turned bullish in his 2014 outlook.
This year will likely mark a huge shift for revenue at companies like Facebook and Twitter, says Buzzfeed's Jon Steinberg. The question is: How will investors respond?
Want to be a better leader in 2014? You won't get there by being ordinary. Here are six New Year's resolutions from the CEO of Deloitte Consulting to help you up your game.
What 10 stocks does trader Michael Farr think are going to deliver in 2014? Click ahead to find out.
Art Cashin is out with a poem to ring in 2014, and virtually nobody who was in the news this year was spared.
Hate your job? Complaining is fun but maybe it's time to get a plan for 2014.
CEOs today seem to only be interested in the price of their own stock. They’re failing to invest in jobs and growth, says CNBC's Simon Hobbs.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says don't count them out yet. He's got a plan — and he's committed to being transparent about it. Here's his new strategy.
The unpopular individual mandate of Obamacare was unnecessary to the program's success, and it's going to hurt Democrats, said former DNC Chairman Howard Dean.
The problem of U.S. underemployment may lessen in 2014, with better quality, higher-paying jobs on the market.
Twitter remains overvalued and its momentum should dissipate at the beginning of 2014, S&P Capital IQ's Scott Kessler told CNBC.
Long-time stock market bull Thomas Lee is looking for another double-digit gain in 2014.
There is a severe deterioration in the political conditions for managing the effects of the global financial crisis, writes Nicholas Spiro.
What does it say that the administration spent 3 years building a website that didn’t work, but in 5 years can't decide to build a pipeline?
The US government is killing big banks and another disaster awaits if we keep on this path, says bank analyst Richard X. Bove.
One hundred years ago the Federal Reserve Act was signed, giving the United States exactly what it didn't need: a central bank.
Twitter has a secret weapon: Vine. The video-sharing service is just one step away from true greatness, CNBC's Eli Langer opines.