At Davos 2018, CEOs are more optimistic about the economy, but they need to spread the wealth, says the Conference Board's Bart van Ark. » Read More
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By: Jake Novak
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Immigrants from Norway aren't better for the economy, even if President Trump wants more of them, say Cindy Huang and Hannah Postel.
The World Economic Forum in the snowy mountains of Davos will this year bring together two of the most eminent economic minds in the United States.
Critics of Moritz don't appreciate China's recent history or understand the factors driving the work ethic of Chinese workers, argues Leslie Voorhees.
PC enthusiasts are suffering as digital currency miners drive up graphics card prices and cause big shortages again.
President Trump and the Republicans are the clear winners as the Democrats quickly caved in the government shutdown gambit, says Jake Novak.
President Donald Trump's poll numbers can only be understood when compared with the weaker polls for his leading opponents, says Jake Novak.
At Davos, we must begin to quantify the costs of sexual harassment and make sure women's contributions count, says Melinda Gates.
Jake Novak breaks down why Trump won't suffer any lasting damage from the Stormy Daniels sex scandal.
The idea that government shutdowns are political poison at the ballot box is historically inaccurate as it gets, says Jake Novak.
The common thread among some of the best hedge fund performers is in-depth sector expertise.
Oprah for president speculation illustrates one big problem for female candidates, says Eva Barboni.
Apple news proves tax reform is a winner but Republicans still have work to do to avoid midterm election losses, says Jake Novak.
Investing in five of the worst-performing stock markets around the globe has beaten international benchmarks — by a lot.
President Trump and Democrats can win with the latest emerging DACA deal, as long as it includes one more thing, says Jake Novak.
How blue state politicians can fight the unpopular GOP tax reform law and even the score, say Jennifer Flynn and Michael Kink.
Why one well-known venture capitalist has it wrong by blaming a set of rules known as HIPAA.