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By: Jake Novak
The ongoing FBI probe of Bernie Sanders' wife is the latest example of a credibility crisis in the federal government, says Jake Novak. » Read More
By: Eric Jackson
Rupert Murdoch wants to maximize Disney's stock value post-deal, and pave the way for his son James to take the reins, investor Eric Jackson speculates. » Read More
By: Joseph Holt, a business ethics professor at Notre Dame
"Doxxing," or publicly outing, someone for their beliefs can lead to serious consequences like job loss or harassment targeting that person and his or her family. It begs the question: Is it ethical? » Read More
In functional arenas from room-letting to transportation to commerce, persons will be increasingly subject to corporate, rather than democratic, control.
Morgan Stanley's firing of Harold Ford, Jr. shows the sexual assault tsunami could soon hit more of Wall Street, says Jake Novak.
Government shutdown threats are a disingenuous tool used to mislead the American people and keep budget deficits soaring, says Jake Novak.
If the Trump administration and Congress crack down on H1-B visas, it won't just hurt immigrants, it will hurt all of us, says Legal Zoom CEO John Suh.
John Conyers' resignation and the pressure on Sen. Al Franken give Dems a way to oust the old guard and forge a future, says Jake Novak.
President Donald Trump's expected move to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital will speed the path to peace, says Jake Novak.
Disney now reportedly wants to buy Fox's Regional Sports Networks, telegraphing that it's going to have the key sports you care about for a long time.
President Trump's "FBI in tatters" tweet has been met with unethical responses from James Comey, Eric Holder and others, says Jake Novak.
President Trump has a stronger argument than ever in his attacks on the American news media, says Jake Novak.
The Trump administration’s hard America first approach to the Nafta talks isn’t going to work, says Stefan Selig, a former Commerce official under Obama.
Strong and stable leadership is difficult to come by these days across Europe.
A fiscal stimulus with easy money and a growing economy is an unwise policy mix, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
IBM's Z14 mainframe is a game-changer for the tech company, says AlphaOne Capital founder Dan Niles. Here's why.
One provision in the tax bill will give blue states an incentive to legalize weed, says political strategist Bradley Tusk.
Saudi Prince Alaweed bin Talal's arrest has been met with silence for these uncomfortable reasons, says Jake Novak.
No sector was hit harder than financials during the last recession, and now the great rotation back into banks has begun. Here's why.