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The 2130 level is a tough resistance level for the S&P 500 index and this offers traders three types of opportunities.
Here's why Donald Trump isn't worried about Paul Ryan and other establishment Republicans dissing him, says Jake Novak.
US companies are still leaving the US but as prey, not predators, says former Best Buy CEO Brad Anderson. Here's why.
Hillary Clinton may have the delegates to clinch the nomination, but Bernie Sanders' "revolution" is not going away, says Chris Kofinis.
The Obama administration's new retirement advice rule is a "big mistake," says Douglas Holtz-Eakin. Here's why.
Digital technology has become more pervasive on the industrial side of the economy, and GE has been in the forefront.
Why are managers so seemingly unwilling to tap into all the new issues hitting the markets. And where does that leave companies wanting to list?
Fintech has created a host of start-ups intent on stealing market share from old-school banks, but there are plenty of obstacles ahead.
To reform Obamacare and empower consumers, the next president should focus on these three areas, says Rita Numerof.
Obama's new retirement advice rule will hurt investors in the long run by boosting fees, four CEOS warn.
In HBO's "Silicon Valley" episode 6, the plot is ripped from the headlines about the Gawker/Hulk Hogan lawsuit, says VC Venky Ganesan.
For an athlete widely regarded as "The Greatest," the ultimate irony is that we will never know just how great Muhammad Ali might have been.
The economic data has been poor this morning, though the market reaction has been fairly muted.
Hillary Clinton and the democrats still have a big advantage over Donald Trump and the GOP, says Margie Omero.
Weak jobs report spoils the Fed's plan for a June rate hike, and could even signal that negative rates are coming, says Ron Insana.
Millions of Americans are making this colossal mistake when it comes to Social Security, cautions Paul Solman, co-author of "Get What's Yours."
Wal-Mart, the country's largest private employer, should lead the way on paying employees $15 minimum wage, says Christine Owens.
Mitch McConnell says Americans are worse off now than they were in 2007. That's just plain wrong, says Ron Insana.
If Sanders beats Clinton in California, the democrats will face their moment of truth, says Jordan Chariton.
Here's what investors are getting wrong about what President Hillary Clinton would do, says political consultant Stephen Myrow.
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