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By: Dan Prescher
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. » Read More
People love using YouTube for music, so it won't have to get users to think of it as a "music service." » Read More
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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.
Ukraine's central bank governor says that liberalization of Ukraine's arcane foreign exchange controls will make it a much more investor-friendly place.
Tom Wolfe's 1968 book, "The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test," described a hippie counterculture that bears many resemblances to today's Silicon Valley tech scene.
The U.S. operates as a free-market economy but there's a flaw in the key agent of modern capitalism, the corporation, this entrepreneur writes.
CNBC's Steve Sedgwick on the investing "no brainers" that the market herd is missing.
The Trump administration’s recent actions on trade are in direct conflict with a campaign promise to protect American manufacturing, says Thom Dammrich.
After a decade of taking a back seat to Germany, France is now moving center stage in denouncing what it calls the German "fetishism of trade and budget surpluses" at the expense of the rest of Europe and a wider world, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Americans will spend $23 billion to honor Mother's Day. But equal pay would be a better way to give back to mothers, says Anne York, PhD.
It's frustrating to see an easy solution that has worked for years in other industrialized countries getting overlooked in the U.S., says Consultant Robert Laszewski.
The tone of our national energy policy discussions shouldn't be "us versus them," says Sen. Chuck Grassley.
It's becoming increasingly impossible to ignore a world that seems to want higher prices for crude
Ditching Iran nuclear deal will leave US open to these dangerous attacks, says Notre Dame Prof. Mike Chapple.
Just under half of students that receive Pell Grants are graduating on time. If finances are practically covered, why are students not graduating on time? Nathan Favero has a couple theories.
Here's what Trump must not forget about Kim Jong-Un's murderous regime in North Korea, says Harry Kazianis.