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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.
Democrats will fail as they use the tired strategy of calling President Trump a racist to get what they want, says Jake Novak.
Patients battling cancer, cardiovascular disease, inflammation and infection may soon benefit from a new class of peptide drugs.
The only thing Americans and Europeans can do is try to reinstate the rules of symmetric trade adjustments, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Bessemer's Steve Kraus shares his cliff-notes for 2018.
Iran's regime claims to have quelled an uprising, but history shows that such movements often mark the beginning of long-term change.
Facebook announced new changes to its platform that will show fewer news posts. But it shouldn't show any at all.
Two ominous moves in Saudi Arabia prove Prince Alaweed bin Talal's time may be running out, says Jake Novak.
President Trump's ill choice of words give the left another sanctimonious excuse to avoid a serious immigration debate, says Jake Novak.
Congress should look at Canada for ideas about growing our labor force through smart immigration increases, says Steve Odland.