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Forcing businesses to pay the minimum wage for interns ignores both the costs incurred and the value received by the intern, says Carol Roth.
Can anyone tell me with a straight face that they knew the S&P 500 would be flirting with all time highs right now, asks investment adviser Michael Farr.
The euro is a unique example of an asset class with intrinsic investment features, but is it a reliable store of value?
The NSA tracking every phone call each American makes, and mining Internet data puts the President at the center of a new controversy. He, not Edward Snowden, is the villain.
Few companies practice accountability the way Lululemon does. Contrast how it dealt with a product recall with Bloomberg News' handling of a recent controversy.
Xi Jinping offered the U.S. nothing on trade yet wants to build a 'Dream Team' with Germany, Michael Ivanovitch points out.
The Pentagon needs to follow the private sector's lead on acquisitions, particularly when it comes to critical information technology, says one lawmaker.
As Presidents Obama and Xi Jinping meet this weekend, China's aggressive actions and halting cooperation on a growing list of issues undermine the U.S. economy and national security.
The dance of these two wary partners - the Fed and the bond market - will get more exciting, says this economist.
Government is taking on more catastrophe recovery costs, but there is a way to pass off some of the risk to the private sector, explains one risk advisor.
With Jeremy Siegel saying the Dow could go to 17,000, investment adviser Michael Yoshikami cautions investors about unbridled euphoria.
Why are so many people so upset with me for trying to explain the reason for the fall in gold prices? Asks this expert.
With so many super rich in Chinese-speaking countries, many have begun to speculate about a shift from the usual English or German to Mandarin.
Three Texas counties are setting the example for other governments in planning for worker retirements, notes CNBC contributor Carol Roth.
When it comes to the fight against climate change, there are opportunities for positive—and profitable—change, says one green advocate.
College administrators better take a hard look at what they're offering students if they hope to weather a coming online storm, says a former Secretary of Education.
One trader believes Chinese Prime Minster Li Keqiang's visit to India last week was mostly about trade.
The low-cost advantage that China once enjoyed (at least in the East Coast cities called the Gold Coast) is starting to fade.
Abe will have a tough job trying to convince his G-8 colleagues next month that his "three arrows" stimulus program is not just a subterfuge to boost exports, says this economist.
Forgiving billions in student debt will encourage poor choices by families and embolden colleges to push up tuition, argues Professor Peter Morici.