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Trump recognized that Steve Bannon's anti-globalization economic agenda would never happen, says Vox's Matthew Yglesias.
The strong dollar has been giving the market cover, for now, says Jack Bouroudjian.
The first cracks are already starting to appear as a sense of exhaustion seems to be setting in.
Now that Steve Bannon is on the loose, he’s likely going to go after some mainstream GOP targets—and hard—says Jake Novak.
The recent Google memo story ignores the subtle gender bias that hurts women in the workplace, says E. Anne York in The Conversation.
Save corporate tax cuts for the next recession. The economy needs more workers and rising productivity.
Future Travis Kalanicks will have to respond to negative sentiment more quickly because of bitcoin.
Huge sums of money are now subject to risks due to acute security issues and strategic conflicts in Asia, Michael Ivanovitch says.
The upcoming Mayweather-McGregor fight has been super-hyped but ticket sales aren't quite matching up, says the CEO of TicketIQ.
There's nothing special about providing consumers more to consume.
President Trump is once again being prematurely pronounced politically dead in the water, says Jake Novak.
Steve Bannon's ouster means Gary Cohn has won the power struggle at the White House, says Jake Novak.
Steve Bannon's comments about North Korea and China make it clear he has to go, says Commentary's Noah Rothman.
As U.S. stocks swoon, emerging markets, and one in particular, are set to take off, says BNP Paribas' Marcelo Carvalho.
Donald Trump has now shown us who he really is, and it's time to believe it, says Ravin Gandhi.
President Trump is foolishly and ignorantly making the confederate statue controversy worse, says Jake Novak.