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The Fed's got the right call on the economy; Donald Trump has the wrong one, says Larry Kudlow.
The Fed minutes showed the central bank can and should raise rates in September, says trader Jack Bouroudjian.
If retailers follow these important steps, they can end the discounting dance and gain customer loyalty, says Tom Jacobson.
The Federal Reserve got a little more breathing room Wednesday from the push to raise interest rates in September.
Apple TV's relaunch may be timed perfectly thanks to these forces reshaping the media landscape, says Michael Yoshikami.
The news in the commodities business is not showing any signs of improving following Glencore's report of a first-half loss.
Here's why Google's Alphabet reorg was a really smart move, says former Medtronic CEO Bill George.
Online stock trading should be commission-free, says Gijs Nagel, and here's how financial firms can do it and still make a profit.
Donald Trump's raucous presidential campaign won't be the only thing lighting the political fires this fall.
We are in the meat of earnings season for retailers, and there are very clear winners and losers emerging.
The New York Times was too quick to rush to judge Amazon's corporate culture, says career coach Marie McIntyre.
The Federal Reserve is putting some of its post-crisis actions under a magnifying glass and not liking everything it sees.
The NLRB's punt in the case of Northwestern Wildcats football players seeking to form a union was the right call, says Dan Eaton. Here's why.
Dodd-Frank was probably the worst piece of legislation in modern history, says bank analyst Dick Bove. Here's why.
China's move to devalue the yuan will impact emerging markets in several ways and investors should beware, says UBS's Jorge Mariscal.
Cross-border shoppers spend twice as much as domestic shoppers, says PayPal VP Dan Leberman. Here's what they want.
The Atlanta Fed's GDPNow tracking tool, which has been a pretty reliable rule of thumb, indicates third-quarter advancement of just 0.7 percent.
Despite protests and calls to impeach its president, Brazil is down but not out as it heads to the 2016 Olympics, says Juliana Barbassa.
Should business schools be worried? Short-term, skills-based courses offer a new model for students seeking an edge in the business world.
Everyone seems to want the Fed to begin raising rates. Larry Kudlow has one question: Are you sure?