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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.
This is all about cost savings, driven by Affordable Care Act.
The real challenge for candidates is showing voters that they have the prowess to stimulate economic growth, says Eric Cantor.
The government as it is is "too big to succeed," writes Donald Trump. Here is what he thinks America needs now.
In a candid letter to investors, the hedge fund manager apologized for a year-to-date loss in his flagship fund of more than 20 percent.
A lot has changed since the Fed decided once again to take a pass at raising interest rates. For hawks, not much of it has been good.
Simply filing for Chapter 9 will not be enough to patch up Puerto Rico's problems, says Jorge San Miguel. This is what the island really needs.
Candidates say they support small businesses. But what are they doing to help this key driver of economic growth?
The presidential candidates don't have a clue about how to fix social security, says Laurence Kotlikoff. Here's why their plans fall short.
Tuesday's earnings results illustrate the severe "revenue recession" the S&P 500 is experiencing, though margins remain near the record highs.
Ferrari's stock is like a GoPro or a FitBit. It's an amazing brand but once again irrational exuberance has pumped up an IPO price.
Would you propose after one meeting at a coffee shop? Well, that's what a lot of today's VC deals are like, explains Jeff Crowe.
Exchange-traded funds that track high-yield bond indexes have been the beneficiaries of a cash surge in recent weeks.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee says the other GOP candidates are wrong about slashing entitlements. Here's what he'll do to fix the system.
October's stock market treats could be December's tricks, at least if end-of-the-year historical trends hold up.
Fed-watchers need only look at the Fed's money market operations and balance sheet actions to gauge the policy move being prepared.
Once a fixture of the Gold Rush, South Dakota's Deadwood is trying to overcome stagnating tourism and get a new lease on life.
Michael Pento says he's convinced the Fed's next move will be to take interest rates negative. Here's why.