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The S&P 500 hit another all-time high this week. Now, some investors are starting to wonder, is the market way ahead of itself?
It's not even spring and there are already a number of words that CNBC's Brian Sullivan is over.
To be sure, regulation isn't cheap for the industry ... but the price of a fair and efficient marketplace is well worth paying, says the head of a high-frequency trading outfit.
Decades of diplomacy ushered Russia into the international tent, where Western powers seemed mostly content to ignore aggression on its borders.
As immigration reform bogs down, a former ambassador argues there is at least one area where both sides should be able to come together for some meaningful, near-term action.
If the West intends to be taken seriously, it needs to act as decisively as Putin has, argues a member of the European Parliament.
Strong growth dynamics driving Japan, China and South Korea economies should raise no particular concern in investors' minds.
The view from a nonprofit on the proposed IRS rules to regulate secret political spending by nonprofit groups.
This past week saw important steps in the effort to combat offshore tax avoidance, a Treasury official explains.
Despite the AUD rise since early last month, fundamental problems facing the Australian economy are likely to see the currency fall over time.
George Takei to Arizona: If this anti-gay law goes through, make no mistake — it's on.
Everyone seems to be high on social media mergers and IPOs these days like WhatsApp and Candy Crush. But Michael Yoshikami smells a bubble.
The Fed keeps telling us the economy is getting better. But has it seen the reports lately? HAS IT?, asks NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.
Let’s see, there’s the trantrum thrower. The tattler. The crybaby. Tips for dealing with childish behavior at work. Waaaaaaaah!
It's time for some common sense. Federal regulations should promote safety without burdening small firms and costing jobs, says Rep. Sam Graves.
Why should Corporate America support the gay community? It can't afford not to, says Marriott CEO Arne Sorenson.
It's more than ironic that Hollywood productions think that everyone should pay their "fair share" of taxes—except for them, says Carol Roth.
"Jeopardy" whiz Arthur Chu found a way to win the game—and a hatefest erupted on Twitter. Hey, America, why do you hate people who figure out how to be successful?
Over the last twelve months, the euro area composite equity indices have outperformed their U.S. counterparts.
Never fails! Hollywood loves a profit as much as the next guy and yet the movie villain is always the rich guy. The "Lego" villain? "Lord Business!"