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Trump and Clinton are in a dead heat, making the VP choice even more crucial. One candidate has a clear advantage, says Chris Kofinis.
Idaho is experiencing a jobs boom, leading the US in payroll growth in the past year, and it's just getting started, says Gov. Butch Otter.
There is acknowledgement that the data are just not available yet to show what effect the Brexit vote has done.
By paying employees more, Jamie Dimon ensures that JPMorgan is considering value beyond shareholders' needs, says BreakingViews' Jeffrey Goldfarb.
If you look at the facts, it's clear that Clinton made mistakes, but certainly not at the level of "extreme carelessness," says Lanny Davis.
First we had FANG, then briefly had STUB, but which acronym will traders use to describe the recent rally in equities?
To continue his political revolution, Sanders says the country must "defeat of Donald Trump" and elect Hillary Clinton.
Clinton and Trump are about to announce their VPs. But forcing them to name successors during the heat of an election is a problem, says Jeff Stein.
Jesse Ventura says he's not voting for Trump or Clinton—he's voting for Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson for president. Here's why.
Ohio Gov. John Kasich inherited a state with a dismal economy. Here's what he says the United States can learn from Ohio's big turnaround.
If Trump hits angry, working-age, blue collar workers in the right states who voted for Sanders, that's a game he can win, says Jake Novak.
This GOP delegate and former senator says Trump is a "sociopath" and delegates should dump him in favor of a qualified candidate at the convention.
There is a "secret formula" for engaging your potential, your purpose and the people around you, says Francesco Marconi.
The S&P is at a new high, but it has been there all year, once you factor in dividend gains of roughly 2.2 percent.
This sector has had a lot of activity and it could be ripe for more M&A, says Steve Harrod of early stage venture-capital firm General Catalyst.
Are risk assets shaping up for a summer rally? That’s the question investors are asking themselves after Friday’s latest nonfarm payrolls report.
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