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Even Justice Scalia would disagree with the GOP's decision to block Obama's Supreme Court nominee, says attorney Michael Hahn.
Banks’ exodus from coal projects financing comes as several industry leaders face painful restructuring.
HopStop, a mass transit app was so successful, Apple bought it. Here, its founder shares something he calls “The Five C’s.”
With Obama's pick of Merrick Garland for the Supreme Court, he may have a bigger strategy in mind, says this Notre Dame law professor.
The GOP hates Trump, but by spurning the No.2 candidate, it's doubling down on its war on voters, say two Republican strategists.
This just may be the worst idea about the Fed that has been presented yet, says Robert R. Johnson.
CNBC's Bob Pisani explores the correlation between presidential elections and the stock the market.
Even in this time of partisan rancor, there is one issue that unites Democrats and Republicans, say Robert Bennett and Dan Glickman.
While the Federal Open Market Committee may not make any significant changes in policy, it could still rock markets.
Big banks have been making cuts after 2015 showed the strongest post-crisis rebound for Wall Street jobs.
The past 10 years have been very good for investors, but not so much for savers.
Donald Trump will likely win the GOP primary nomination but that’s it — he has no chance of winning the general election, says Jake Novak.
Predictive analytics and big data promise to transform the way companies think. But 60% of these projects fail due to poor strategy.
President Obama will be visiting Cuba soon, but the U.S. must do two things for the island nation now, writes Scott Gilbert.
Blackstone's president and a New School economist say it's time to take this looming retirement crisis seriously.
Traders are asking if the smart trade is to now look at gold, and then execute in the silver market.
Wall Street banks may suffer some March Sadness if the Federal Reserve doesn’t raise interest rates.
Utilities and telecommunications continue to post gains and are far and away the biggest gainers this quarter.
Central banks can't depend on rate cuts alone to stimulate growth, says Marc Bushallow. This is what the global economy really needs.
Trump's campaign rhetoric is Orwellian at best, says Ron Insana. Here's what he gets wrong.
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