Dividend stocks like consumer staples have always been safe havens in a volatile market, but they are tanking in 2018. Don't give up on dividend income yet. » Read More
By: Jason Reed, assistant teaching professor, University of Notre Dame
With a two-front trade war brewing, here is Trump's best option to avoid a harmful, long-lasting global impacts, says Prof. Jason Reed. » Read More
By: Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis, USA, Ret.
Kim Jong-Un's desire to survive and economically thrive means that he can be deterred indefinitely, says Ret. Lt. Col. Daniel L. Davis. » Read More
By: Bonnie Kristian, a fellow at Defense Priorities
There are three key problems in Pompeo's "Plan B" speech which, if not corrected, will gravely undermine Americans' security. » Read More
Amazon is banning customers who return too many items, which is common for brick-and-mortar retailers, but it shouldn't act like a traditional retailer.
The U.S. is losing it's leading role as a Middle East power broker, and that's a foreign policy disaster we must push back on, says Sean McFate.
Leon Cooperman addresses the SEC case against his firm, which he settled last year.
When you substitute facts for anger you come away with a new understanding about the role corporations have played and could play in addressing society's challenges.
CNBC's David Reid on why it is time to rethink the daily commute.
Google perfected the business model of making money off its users' data. But as that model comes under fire, Alphabet CEO Larry Page has been completely silent and absent from sight.
Pompeo said his new strategy had 12 objectives, but most of them are unattainable, says Sean McFate.
A commentary in The Guardian suggests Silicon Valley hasn't delivered anything useful recently, but CNBC's Todd Haselton disagrees.
America's strengthening domestic demand will push trade deficits to new highs ahead. That will aggravate trade disputes with Canada, Mexico, the European Union and China — that account for 75 percent of the U.S. trade gap, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
As in-the-moment posts become more popular, they create digital receipts of our white lies.
A Canadian expat who recently relocated to Panama said of her life now: "It's like being 15 again." That's exactly what retirement should feel like — being 15 and on permanent summer vacation, Dan Prescher writes in International Living.
People love using YouTube for music, so it won't have to get users to think of it as a "music service."
New research on the high costs and complexity of health records comes as Apple is jumping into the market.
President Donald Trump has a number of unwritten rules for his associates who are looking to profit from their relationship with him.
Congress shouldn’t cut SNAP, it should give tipped workers a pay raise so they don’t need food stamps, says Saru Jayaraman.
Google and Microsoft continue to invest in e-mail clients, which is good for businesses, but personal email is dead.