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Nobody really likes government shutdowns. But sometimes you have to make a point, says Larry Kudlow.
Markets are reacting as if central banks have lost their mojo but that's not true, says UBS's investment chief. Here's why.
John Boehner's decision to relinquish his House leadership post may complicate things for the Federal Reserve.
JPMorgan analyst report says "price insensitive" programs might cause repeated selloffs.
Green schools are not only good for the environment, they may be good for kids' health, too, says Rick Fedrizzi.
Fed leader's remarks that seemed to spark a fairly aggressive stock market rally Friday seemed to differ little from her previous speeches.
Whether its Jeb or Hillary in the White House, here's why tax reform will be the big winner in 2016, says political consultant Stephen Myrow.
Janet Yellen has finally taken a side, clearly stating that a hike seems likely sometime this year.
BlackBerry CEO John Chen says the new BlackBerry Priv, an Android with a slide-out keyboard, is all about one word: privacy.
Here's what Washington can do to get the economy out of neutral and back into high gear, says former Office Depot and Auto Zone CEO Steve Odland.
Pope Francis knows how to reach millennials — through the phone in their pockets, says Deacon Kevin Bagley.
Maintaining zero interest rates is creating a scenario in which containing risks "becomes virtually impossible," according to an analysis.
You can tell where a Wall Street guy is in his career just by looking at his shoes. $650 Ferragamos? That kid's a first year.
Executives should learn from Volkswagen and the peanut CEO about the right — and the wrong — way to apologize, says career coach Marie McIntyre.
Another lackluster trading session
As the Fed's dual mandate expands, here's how trader Jim Iuorio is playing commodities.
Here are four ways to get low-income families better access to broadband and close the "homework gap," says Jamal Simmons.
The shame—and financial disaster—that has been brought on Volkswagen as a result of its recall scandal is a wake-up call for other companies.
When fears are high about market liquidity comes a significant shift in the primary players in the corporate bond market.
The widely followed manager said the Fed's aversion to normalizing is having negative effects throughout the economy.