President Trump sent daughter Ivanka out on the road to pitch middle class tax cuts and child tax credits. Here's why that was a terrible idea, says Jake Novak. » Read More
By: Jake Novak
The crazy plan to alter 401(k)s to boost tax revenue is just the latest example of the cowardly GOP avoiding the real need: to cut spending, says Jake Novak. » Read More
By: Larry Summers
The idea that corporate tax cuts could generate a $4000 to $9000 raise for workers is indefensible, says Larry Summers. » Read More
By: Eric Jackson
Sometimes the mark of a great CEO is the talent he or she cultivates - even if other companies reap the benefits. » Read More
Trump's threat to sabotage Obamacare is real, but politically speaking, there is a critical flaw in Trump’s plan, says Dylan Scott.
Loup Ventures' Doug Clinton says AirPods are a better choice than the Apple Watch if Apple wants to create a non-invasive glucose monitor for diabetes patients.
If Democrats are smart, they'll stop throwing a tantrum and work with Trump on health-care reform, says Jake Novak.
How Carl Icahn and other business "experts" destroyed good jobs and crushed a community that depended on them, says Dustin McKissen.
For seven years now, the Dodd-Frank Act has stifled the American Dream—for half of the country, says Rep. David Kustoff.
Social CEOs aren’t just good for a brand: Science shows they’re better leaders, too
People love to hate on United and other airlines but here's why that hate is misguided, writes the National Review's Kevin Williamson.
In just a brief statement, Trump managed to portray Bannon as unimportant, ineffective and on thin ice, writes Vox's Andrew Prokop.
Democrats could learn an important lesson ahead of 2020 from this governor's race, says Jake Novak.
United CEO Oscar Munoz should not do the one thing that people are calling for, says crisis-management expert Eric Dezenhall.
A Puerto Rican entrepreneur discusses what it takes to succeed in business in a country that is known for its $70 billion in debt.
Fear of falling into debt keeps many young people from applying for credit cards, but managed, they are key to long-term financial health.
It’s not Steve Bannon’s fault the GOP’s policy agenda is incoherent, writes Vox's Matt Yglesias.
The market seems to be wising up to Trump's ability — or inability — to get anything done in Washington, says economist Jared Bernstein.
United Airlines and CEO Oscar Munoz made some huge mistakes in their attempt at damage control after a passenger was involuntarily dragged off of a flight, says strategist Mark Macias.
Jilliene Helman reveals the lessons from her father that shaped a family of business leaders.
Bear markets, history shows, are started by two things; rising interest rates and the onset of war, says Ron Insana
The Latino business community is proliferating, growing a whopping 300 percent faster than the national average over the last decade.
The potential for a mutually beneficial development of relations between the U.K. and China must be pursued with extreme care
Why Trump needs to cut his losses and get his White House in order, says political strategist Bradley Tusk.