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The markets are being weighed down by a few key red flags right now.
Every success and failure can help you improve your leadership abilities.
The Trump administration clearly doesn't understand what U.S. businesses need to be competitive, says Chris Beatty.
Pandering to this group is no way for the GOP to fix its struggling health care plan, says Jake Novak.
Work requirements for Medicaid, bigger tax cuts for the rich, but nothing for the uninsured, writes Vox's Ezra Klein.
The Shanghai Index consolidation retest of the uptrend was stronger than expected.
The growth of the Sundance Institute shows that art can be an economic force, writes director Robert Redford.
President Trump's poll numbers are weaker than ever. Here are three things he can do to boost them, says Jake Novak.
Silicon Valley's approach could be dangerous when it comes to self-driving cars but so could too much regulation, writes Vox's Timothy Lee.
Here's why oil prices will continue to fall, at least in the short-term, says Andy Lipow.
The Fed has been expanding its balance sheet – big time – by buying a huge amount of assets in exchange for cash to reassure equity and bond traders.
Why you may notice fewer phone booths and other relics of a bygone era at the airport.
I'm not saying that Apple should recreate Snapchat — it doesn't have to.
The bond traders might be misreading the signs on growth and Trump, writes Bob Pisani in his latest Trader Talk post.
While some may have expected fireworks out of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's visit to the White House Friday, Jake Novak says it was a PR victory for Trump.
The Los Angeles Times chose "Hamilton" to defend funding for the NEA. That's a flimsy argument, says Jake Novak.
How to make yourself the top choice when the time comes.
The head of an investment managers industry group says the order to delay implementation of fiduciary rule will not only hurt investors but also their advisors.
There's nothing wrong with nostalgia as an emotion, but it's a terrible basis for a national economic strategy, writes Vox's Matt Yglesias.
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