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From fintech to VR, the app economy is set to explode in 2016, says Danielle Levitas. Here are the top trends for the new year.
Women make up half of the workforce, yet they are still under-represented on boards, says Steve Odland. Here's how we can fix that.
They call him "Fashion Santa" but moms and the Internet he broke with his hotness call him "Sexy Santa." Is the hair real? We asked him.
A Harvard study shows that millennials think the American Dream doesn't exist anymore. They've never been more wrong, says Steve Siebold.
How do you feed 9 billion people by 2050? Focus on these four things, says Dorothy Hamilton.
It's easy to argue for a short-term pop in energy and materials. Making a shot at value as a strategy for 2016 is a tougher sell.
Dodd-Frank has done a lot but it hasn't restored trust in Wall Street. IEX could spark the change that is needed, these risk-management execs say.
Trader Talk presents the annual Christmas poem of Art Cashin, UBS director of NYSE floor operations.
Trump may be leading in the polls but he's not the real GOP frontrunner, according to these GOP strategists. Here's why.
San Francisco's "weirdest new startup" provides "a luxury service featuring chivalrous gentlemen offering a non-sexual service."
Research shows there really is a Santa Claus rally, says "Invest with the Fed" co-author Robert Johnson. But rate hikes may spoil the fun this year.
What does this New Yorker and entrepreneur want for Christmas? A 212 area code. Here's how you get one.
David Viggiano wants to bank his retirement on a lasagna business. Good idea or half-baked? Carol Roth weighs in.
Its time to take some of the drama out of the data-access process in fighting terrorism, says former Homeland Security Chief Michael Chertoff.
The National Stock Exchange will trade equities and ETFs
The man to watch next year is Xi Jinping. Xi may have rattled the world’s markets this year, but 2016 will be all about making it up to them.
Santa has made his list, is checking it twice and is sending a sleigh full of coal to Volkswagen's Wolfsburg headquarters.
For the last year or so, Goldman Sachs has been selling itself as a technology company.
What does a dancer want for Christmas? Here's what's on teen celebrity Chloe Lukasiak's holiday wish list this year.
The latest drug-price increases are just the tip of the iceberg, explains former Medtronic CEO Bill George.