Trump’s displeasure about the Fed’s intention to keep rising interest rates sounds like an unwise dig at a central bank that seems hopelessly behind the curve in preventing an inflationary flare-up, Michael Ivanovitch writes. » Read More
By: David Reid
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The German-led European Union does not want to balance its trade accounts with the U.S., Michael Ivanovitch writes. » Read More
By: Douglas Rushkoff, author of "Team Human"
For many wealthy and powerful people on Wall Street and in Silicon Valley, the future of technology is really about just one thing: escape. » Read More
Microsoft's Surface Go seems compelling at $399 but, once configured with the specs you want and a keyboard, you should consider the Surface Pro.
Washington state, home to corporate giants like Boeing and Amazon, also has a huge agriculture industry, and those farm workers will suffer in a trade war, says Gov. Jay Inslee.
Regardless of Brexit and the World Cup, we will still have an economy that is overleveraged with miniscule personal savings.
The EPA is putting the interests of Trump’s rich backers above the needs of the American people, says Columbia Prof. Geoffrey Heal.
There are 13 races across the country where we expect to see Bloomberg's money make an impact for Democrats in the 2018 midterms.
Even though EPA chief Scott Pruitt has resigned, the root cause of the scandal-ridden cabinet secretary's departure is alive and well in the Oval Office.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average cited the industrials sector waning significance to the economy in dropping GE, but it is the DJIA itself that is irrelevant.
A look at today’s Federal Reserve indicates that President Trump might have little resistance to gaining total control of the central bank.
NATO can no longer avoid ‘the tough discussions’ over funding and its mission in a changing landscape.
What they may fear most at the summit is the American president's unpredictably.
Trump has a stage, a chance, and a historic duty to rise to the occasion as a pacifier, unifier and a builder of a frightened and fragmented trans-Atlantic community when he meets with his NATO allies in Brussels next week, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Microsoft wants to give mobile another shot with a pocketable Surface device, but it hasn't been able to pull off a mobile launch in more than a decade.
One study found that more than 75 percent of veterans reported encountering challenges as they started and looked to grow their business, citing access to capital as a top challenge.
China has become a key influence in the Middle East amid changing regional dynamics.
The patent system allows prescription drug companies to promote reckless pricing according to Tahir Amin.
The world economy is in relatively good shape but there are dark clouds looming on the horizon.