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Did Beyonce's surprise album release show that marketing as we know it is dead? This professional T-shirt wearer and marketing maverick weighs in.
The Fed's done for the year. But Santa isn't. The market's going to rally back to the year's highs, says trader Kenny Polcari.
Janet Yellen has been a proponent of the idea that a little bit of inflation can be good for job creation. Rich Danker isn’t buying it. Here’s why.
Diversity of thought is the next challenge facing global companies, writes Moorad Choudhry.
I think the Affordable Care Act will improve our health-care coverage dramatically—and reduce our costs, said small-business owner Wally Graff.
As we clear away the party poppers, perhaps someone should remember that the crisis that enveloped Ireland and Europe is still very much with us, writes CNBC's Steve Sedgwick.
Executives need to decide if they should defer some of their 2014 compensation. Robert Barbetti of J.P. Morgan Private Bank offers some advice.
Frederic Mishkin, Columbia University economics professor, shares his thoughts on how the Federal Reserve will likely handle any kind of easing of its asset buying program.
Drew Matus, UBS, and Michael Hanson, BofA Merrill Lynch, explains why the Fed is unlikely to begin easing its asset buying program before the end of the year. We're looking to see a little more clarity on the fiscal side, says Hanson.
Politicians often disappoint, but the key to handicapping the 2014 scene in Washington is to begin with diminished expectations.
Art Cashin predicts 2014 will be about how the Fed handles tapering, and he says if money gets velocity, things could go "topsy-turvy."
It's easy to rattle off traits of bad leaders. What isn't is admitted that you're one of them. Are you? Here's a checklist.
Call it mistress inflation: The recession is over and she's going to want a much more expensive gift this year, says Todd Schoenberger.
The idea of a cashless society could be one of the greatest threats to freedom in human history, said Signature Bank chairman Scott Shay.
Gah! For all the gender equality progress we’ve made, it turns out that a woman having a business dinner with a man still raises a few eyebrows.
In his first peace message, Pope Francis said that huge salaries and bonuses are symptoms of an economy based on greed and inequality.
With the explosion of Internet shopping this holiday season, retailers need to stop thinking about consumers buying either online or in the stores, experts say.
"Senator Murray and I decided to focus on common ground," House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan told CNBC.
If the Fed dials back next year, interest rates could drift higher. The wealthy, who hold most of the stocks, would bear the brunt of the hit.
The U.S. economic recovery hasn't reached the self-sustaining momentum deemed necessary to warrant a tapering of the Fed's stimulus program in 2014.