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Trump is creating chaos, but there is a way out of the madness for those who step into the void, says Dustin McKissen.
Demand is historically weak for tickets to this year's Super Bowl and yet there may be no last-minute bargains. The CEO of ticketIQ explains.
A key segment of corporate America is lining up behind Trump's and the GOP's protectionist policies, and that's a mistake, says Jake Novak.
The mission's failure should be attributed to more than Trump's impulsive behavior and inexperience, writes Vox's Jennifer Williams.
Construct VR CEO Chris Tan says these three numbers show virtual reality is poised to boom.
The very promise of America that saved my parents' lives is at stake, says Reshma Saujani, the CEO of Girls Who Code.
Headline jobs number impressed, but this key age group lost ground, says Peter Boockvar.
The alleged abduction of a Chinese billionaire from Hong Kong highlights how more formal process is needed, the SCMP reports.
The overall trend in the market remains up, but there is one slightly troubling development: Transports are deteriorating.
The incoming Secretary of State doesn't seem to think the US should lead on climate change, writes Vox's David Roberts.
Here's why the US-Australia refugee deal really is a bust, says Buzzfeed's Tom Gara.
The earnings boosts fueled by tax cuts may not be quite as great as everyone had hoped.
Turney Duff spoke to over 100 people on Wall Street to find out what they really think about Trump's immigration ban.
The former Treasury secretary discussed his concerns about the Trump administration's "protectionist" policies.
Wall Street wants details on Trump's promised tax cuts, but relief doesn't look like it's coming any time soon, says Jake Novak.
The Fed is staying as flexible as possible by maintaining a more dovish tone than the markets expected.
Wall Street needs more clarity from the fiscal side of Washington than the monetary side for a change, says Ron Insana.
Oil may not help Saudi Arabia's relationship with Trump, but it has something else to offer, writes Breakingviews' Andy Critchlow.
Here's how to abate some of the destructive warfare of the Supreme Court confirmation process, says Lee Drutman.
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