Michael Bloomberg's name was tossed around once as a third-party candidate but his endorsement of Hillary Clinton may backfire, says Breakingviews columnist Rob Cox. » Read More
LeBron James led the Cleveland Cavaliers to their first NBA championship. Here's why we could all stand to be a little more like him, says this VC.
Donald Trump wants Bernie Sanders' supporters to "join our movement." Here's why he might be able to win them over, says Jake Novak.
The future for solar energy has never looked brighter and Tesla has just made a play to be a major factor in that equation by acquiring SolarCity.
Tesla's $2.8 billion bid for Solar City cements Elon Musk's status a mad scientist, says Breakingviews editor Jeffrey Goldfarb. Here's why.
Here's an idea to end poverty: Give every adult citizen $1,000 per month for free. Here's how it would work, says former labor leader Andy Stern.
Rumors say that Apple is going to ditch the headphone jack on the next iPhone, Verge reports.
The GOP's Obamacare alternative doesn't address the biggest problem in health care spending that is driving up costs, says Dr. Jeff Segal.
CFTC's new trading rule asks private companies for proprietary information it just doesn't need, says former CFTC Commissioner Bart Chilton.
The real problem with economists is that they just don't understand the economy, says Jared Bernstein.
The next recession is probably already here and since there isn't much the Fed can co, it may last longer than the last one, says Michael Pento.
From a staff shake-up to money trouble, the Trump camp is clearly in trouble. But here are three reasons why he could still win, says Jake Novak.
Could such an upset potentially yield a brighter future for Europe, and more specifically, the countries that share the single currency?
Britain as an unwilling partner is just as devastating as Britain leaving, so a stay result has a similar impact on the dollar index to an exit result.
Y Combinator President Sam Altman blasted Donald Trump for behaving like a dictator and, like Hitler, perpetuating a "big lie."
James Simons, a billionaire hedge fund manager and philanthropist, lays out how the next president can create jobs and fix the economy.
The "Brexit" consensus seems to be that the experiment that is the European Union has failed. NYU Stern Professor Luis Cabral disagrees. Here's why.
HBO's "Silicon Valley" episode 9 reveals the metrics that really count when measuring startups' success, says VC Venky Ganesan.
Why the "fight for $15" movement is wrong about Wal-Mart and other U.S. companies. They can't afford a $15 minimum wage, says Michael Saltsman.
Until now Germany has successfully re-imposed the costs of the reckless euro borrowing spree on debtor banks, individuals and even governments.
Zika virus is a growing threat, but funding is severely lacking. Here's what the private sector can do, say Dikembe Mutombo and Gary Cohen.