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Hillary Clinton recognizes that enabling entrepreneurship is a key part of job creation and economic growth, says former Avon CEO Andrea Jung.
With crude oil prices way down, the Middle East should do three things to build its economy, says UBS's Jorge Mariscal.
Stocks have gone on a roller coaster ride from Friday through today alone.
States that used to be reliably Republican are becoming competitive. UCLA Professor Bill Schneider explains why.
Donald Trump's assertion that Fed Chair Janet Yellen is biased isn't out of bounds but sanctimony over Fed criticism is, says Jake Novak.
A Fed rate hike in September is looking more likely and the markets will see red, says John Kilduff.
One thing's for sure: central banks around the world are becoming more resistant to lowering rates and expanding quantitative easing (QE).
Clinton and Trump aren't talking enough about how they'll fix the economy, says Business Roundtable President John Engler. They need to start now.
Hillary Clinton's public medical episode Sunday was bad for her election chances, but not as bad as her campaign's continued problems with the truth.
Speculation about Hillary Clinton's pneumonia is silly. Here's why, says Julia Belluz.
CNBC's Larry Kudlow tells Jake Novak why he thinks it was important now more than ever to talk about this little-known link between JFK and Reagan.
Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren has reminded everyone the markets are not positioned for a September rate hike.
Now that Airbnb has developed an anti-discrimination policy, we must watch carefully to make sure that it works, Rashad Robinson.
Reflecting on 9/11, the ripple effects and signs of new life downtown 15 years later.
What year is it? Hillary Clinton is beating the Russian fearmongering drum like it's 1983 all over again, says Jake Novak.
The complacency and inaction that led to 9/11 may be repeating, not in counterterrorism, but in the cyber realm, say two 9/11 commissioners.
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