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Bank of America Merrill Lynch analyst Savita Subramanian has a crystal ball with a 10-year window on it, and she likes what she sees.
This year's climate talks are different—and the US has a distinct advantage, say these BCG energy consultants. Here's why.
The U.S. should be careful not to fall into the ISIS trap and send a large ground force to Syria and Iraq, says David Phillips. Here’s why.
Oil prices could stay low for several more years, says Ron Insana. Here’s why.
This Air Force officer started a new lawn game. Is it worth quitting his day job (the military) over? Carol Roth has the answer.
Bank stocks should rise with rates, or so the thinking goes. The reality, though, is quite a bit more complicated.
The warm, "warts and all" sound of analog is back. Or rather, it never died.
The ECB decision added rocket fuel to the rally in the EuroDollar from $1.06 to $1.08.
A review of dividends is stoking energy fears.
Congress is making the wrong decisions about the power withheld from the Fed, says Harvard Professor Hal S. Scott.
Raising interest rates is not the answer right now, says Larry Kudlow. But Janet Yellen seems intent on doing it anyway.
Einhorn has been skeptical of the stock for years and took a bearish, or short, position on Keurig shares at an average cost of $102.
A recently leaked GOP memo on what to do if Trump is the nominee advises limiting Trump criticism. Good strategy or bad idea?
The warning signs of the next correction have clearly manifested, Michael Pento says. Here are 10 that investors should heed.
Climate change solutions that boost local economies and save money for taxpayers? THESE regions are getting it done, says Terry Tamminen.
After years of safely reaching for yield through risky assets, Wall Street is heading into 2016 rethinking the strategy.
Blogger-turned-beauty products CEO Emily Weiss offers up her holiday wish list: From sturdy boots to an exotic flower arrangement.
Be careful of the naughty Santas this holiday season—their scams can be quite convincing, says ex USTC chief Bart Chilton.
Deals are up in 2015, but leaks are on the decline, according to a recent study. Here's why.
Millennials continue to suffer from alarming rates of unemployment, says Citi Foundation's Brandee McHale. Let's put them to work.