All eyes are on the Federal Reserve then over the next couple of days and the smart money appears to be set on the first of three or four rate hikes this year taking place on Wednesday. » Read More
By: Matt Rosoff
Facebook's reaction to Cambridge Analytica flap shows a company that has lost control of its platform and message. Meanwhile, top execs are selling billions worth of shares. » Read More
By: Kyle Handley, assistant professor, University of Michigan Ross School of Business
The long run damage to U.S. credibility and ensuing reduction in economic activity will be hard to reverse, says Prof. Kyle Handley. » Read More
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