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Human beings are not wrenches, and that's the simple lesson today's employers need to learn about loyalty, says Dustin McKissen.
Protectionism will not add to American jobs or raise wages, on the whole, says New York Times' Eduardo Porter.
He's staffing up, touring the country, and still drawing record crowds, says Matthew Yglesias.
We're still in the early innings of earnings season, but so far the results have been promising.
The G20 won't make any progress toward the problems of bloodshed, misery and insecurity around the world, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Recent election results suggest that right as well as left-wing populism may be more contained than feared and that the "reasonable middle" is reasserting itself in politics.
The double bottom in the Shanghai index has developed successfully and the rally has paused just below the target level of 3,200. Daryl Guppy writes.
If the government lacks the consent of the people, there must be great change, says Larry Kudlow.
As strongly-worded ultimatums are re-issued, and compliance deadlines pass, the diplomatic crisis in the Gulf grinds on with no obvious end in sight.
To change the sexism in Silicon Valley's tech and media industries, leaders should be held to a standard that forces meaningful change.
Nike's chance to do business on Amazon's online marketplace could generate massive revenue boosts, Jennifer Sabas writes in Breakingviews.
The assumptions in the Fed’s bank stress tests were ‘absurd,’ says Harvard Law professor Hal Scott.
Even a compromise would be unlikely to patch up divisions in the Gulf's Arab state economies, Andy Critchlow writes on Breakingviews.
It's a great time for podcasts, but interesting ones are harder to find than they should be, says Eric Jackson.
Better work-life balance does not necessarily lead to higher productivity.
If the current budget proposal passes, it could be devastating to millions of families. Companies need to step in to help, says Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson.
President Trump finally understands that the GOP must repeal Obamacare first and replace it later, says Jake Novak.
ETFs enter the second half of the year with record inflows of $247 billion and record assets under management.
Trump's vicious attacks on Twitter against Amazon and others may seem harmless but they could have serious consequences.
Donald Trump has blindly supported every iteration of Congress’s health bill even as many Republicans find fault, says Tara Golshan.
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