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Trump's plan to disrupt trade can go even further if the US drops out of the WTO, says Alan Tonelson.
CareerCast ranks the best-paying jobs, including surgeon, PR exec, military general and data scientist.
As the price of crude shows little sign of revival, some parts of America's oil country are taking a much bigger hit than others.
Martin Marietta Materials Chief Executive Howard Nye believes "something" will get done with Donald Trump's infrastructure plan.
Ford promise to stay in Kentucky is a shot in the arm for Trump, but his policies better pay off with real growth, says Jake Novak says.
Yes, Trump's trade plan will disrupt the global economic status quo, but that's a good thing, says Greg Autry.
He got the gig. Now it's time for the self-described "greatest jobs president God has ever created" to clock in.
The Stanford Graduate School of Business's new employment report shows record-breaking salaries for its MBA graduates, Poets & Quants reports.
With President-elect Donald Trump enacting "a lot" of fiscal stimulus, the Fed could wind up behind the curve, Joe LaVorgna says.
Trump took advantage of voters' ignorance when he made this campaign promise, says Benjamin Powell. It would be a mistake to keep it.
Neel Kashkari tells CNBC the Trump election is raising the likelihood of inflation, making it easier to raise interest rates.
Here are five steps Trump and the GOP can take to boost jobs and growth, say Linda Moore.
America's oil field workers already took a hit last year. This year, they're taking another one, and worse.
The president-elect said he would potentially put a tax on goods produced by US firms that relocate abroad, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Ballot initiatives on a signature Democratic issue passed in four states. Even Donald Trump favors an increase now, says Christine Owens.
The earth needs a US president who understands that burning more fossil fuels, while rolling back clean air and water regulations, will turn us into Beijing or Delhi, says Terry Tamminen.
As economists ruminate over the possibilities of a Trump presidency, the market is telling us what's about to happen, says Ron Insana.
Bankers have many skills that can be very valuable to the military, says Wall Streeter and Navy Reservist Kabir Sehgal.
Donald Trump came across as racist to many voters. So why wasn't Hillary Clinton able to lock in the support of African-American voters? Former NFL safety Jack Brewer says there are three very good reasons why.
Any hope of seeing a woman become the next U.S. president was shattered this week, yet if Goldie Hawn had her say, she'd like to see two U.S. leaders.