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Obamacare is a 'complete failure.' Trump can fix it by taking these 'cost-effective' steps, says attorney Bryan Rotella.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen says she wants to stick around, which means she'll do what Trump wants, says Jake Novak.
Democrats can either continue to smear Trump voters or listen to Bernie Sanders' advice, says Jake Novak.
The bond market is still safe, says money manager Michael Yoshikami. Here's why this is not the time to panic.
The situation in wartorn Syria is a tragedy, but entrepreneurs are attempting to provide hope through education initiatives.
The current downside target is $1,180. Failure to hold at this support level sets a target near $1,050.
Banks have begun pulling back as the market has come to realize no one really knows what is going to happen.
Here are five steps Trump and the GOP can take to boost jobs and growth, say Linda Moore.
Real talk from the founder of Ellevest about sexism at work.
The results of this election should not only be felt in Washington. Business leaders ignore its message at their peril.
President-elect Trump needs tough guy "goons" like Bannon, Bolton, and Giuliani to succeed, says Jake Novak.
The NYSE will play host to what might be the most unusual IPO of the year: Innovative Industrial Properties.
As Trump and the GOP slice up Obamacare, even popular parts of the law will end up on the chopping block, says Jennifer Fitzgerald.
The GOP may hold all the political cards right now, but this is no time for the party to get smug about its power, says Joshua Spivak.
Internet, health & personal care, home improvement, auto sales, and restaurant & bars all continued to see strong sales.
Protesters and so-called experts who say they'll work to repeal the Electoral College are deluding themselves, says Jake Novak.
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