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The IPO market for 2015 is closing fast, and nothing will get done Thanksgiving week or the second half of December.
Pending legislation would tip the scales back in Wall Street's favor and leave our country vulnerable to another crisis, says this Treasury official.
While U.S. politicians dither over immigration reform, my country is reaping the benefits, says Pierre Pettigrew.
Thousands of European companies operating in China are ready vehicles to promote the sales of European products and services in the country.
Jesse Itzler has houses, a driver and flies by private jet. So why did he hire a Navy Seal to move in with him and kick his butt?!
Regulators have been out for blood against banks for conduct both before the crisis and since.
After the Fed released what was allegedly its most hawkish statement in months came a reminder that the path toward a rate hike won't be an easy one.
New York's "Ban the Box" law will give ex-cons like me a fair chance, says Brian Pearson.
What do the candidates have to say about the issues? Read their Op-Eds here.
Here's why stocks may chase "Rocktober" with another 10-15% gain, says trader Jack Bouroudjian.
During the GOP debate, Republican candidates failed to offer credible solutions to this big issue on Americans' minds right now, says Felicia Wong.
What may transpire is that markets have been treated to the latest sleight of hand by a central bank waiting for an ideal time to hike.
Some came across like kids, others likes puppets. Here's how media strategist Mark Macias scores the GOP candidates' performance at the last debate.
Here's the mistake many investors are making and why it's time to invest in blue chips, says Michael Farr.
The SEC is expected to issue a final rule that will allow small companies to raise debt or equity from anyone.
Turkey’s ruling party has its work cut out as the general elections approach. Not withstanding electoral fraud, a hung parliament is widely expected.
The Fed may not have raised rates but there was a distinct change in tone, says Ron Insana.
The economic, technological, and political changes that the U.S. has undergone requires a leader that is optimistic about the future, says Zoë Baird.
We are faced with the prospects of four consecutive quarters of negative revenue growth in 2015.
Here's what should be done to provide Americans with care that's both affordable and high quality, says Steve Odland.