Silicon Valley's biggest companies — including Facebook, Google and Twitter — will not shake accusations they are politically biased against President Trump if they continue to keep the public in the dark about how their algorithms work. » Read More
Several analysts have come out of the woodwork in the last few weeks predicting not just a U.S. growth slowdown, but the start of a recession in 2020. » Read More
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Though he may still achieve that, his success in doing so now rests heavily on how quickly, decisively and transparently he can manage the current crisis and learn from his mistakes. » Read More
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President Obama's Russia policies have been a failure, says Jake Novak. Will Trump do better?
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Sheryl O'Loughlin shares her four best tips for balancing business and home.
Why liberals' plot to turn electors and defeat Trump was a bad idea, says Vox writer Andrew Prokop.
Resources companies were one of the biggest victims when animal spirits were at their worst, could they now be set to gain?
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In this week's "Office Hours" podcast, Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff sat down with one of the most powerful women in government, Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker.
Trump's AG pick Jeff Sessions is anti-marijuana. But here's what is most likely to happen to the pot biz under Trump.
A correction is due, and a more prolonged pullback is possible too, says Wilfred Frost.
It might have been a good year for the stock market but when it comes to bonuses, it's not all champagne wishes and caviar dreams, says Turney Duff.
"Dumb----istan" or "Libtard," these narratives are both untrue and incredibly damaging, says Dustin McKissen.
Donald Trump is likely to go after a short list of drug companies in his vow to bring prices down, says Jake Novak.
OPEC's deal and Trump's election are boosting oil prices. These stocks should be big beneficiaries, says Andy Lipow.