U.S. and Chinese negotiators need to accept that certain goals can't be reached at the moment, but that shouldn't stop them from reaching a deal to avert an all-out trade war and bring confidence back to global markets, writes Stefan M. Selig. » Read More
At a time when business leaders from around the globe head to the World Economic Forum in Davos, the world is filled with uncertainty. » Read More
By: Fred Kempe
In some 25 years of attending Davos, the Atlantic Council's Fred Kempe says he's never seen "such concern among its attendees about emerging risk." » Read More
The European Union's dilly-dallying on trade and investment issues with China is incomprehensible, Michael Ivanovitch writes. » Read More
Jack Bogle's low-cost index fund innovation upended Wall Street and includes a counter-intuitive lesson. Americans have long been taught that paying more means getting more, but in investing, it's mediocrity (the average return) that is the best bet.
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From China tensions to fading American primacy, a handful of history-bending shifts could upend the global world order and add to the more obvious risks already roiling markets and the wider economy.
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My dad has smoked for decades, so I gave him a Juul e-cigarette to see whether this would help him finally give up smoking.
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