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Amazon already pays sales tax in dozens of states. Here's who will suffer if the Supreme Court reverses internet sales tax law, says Steve DelBianco.
There are some troublesome patterns in how advertisers are targeting female marathon runners, Carly Drake writes in The Conversation.
There has been such a sharp pullback in recent weeks that Take Two now looks particularly attractive, investor Eric Jackson says.
James Comey is more credible than Trump, but they should both take a page from Robert Mueller’s playbook, says ethics professor Joseph Holt.
Here's what the allies have to do now to end the war and redress a terrible tragedy, says retired Gen. Wesley Clark.
Germany should stop bossing around European countries benefiting from Chinese investments, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Facebook is a top 10 holding in 80 SRI funds, but the privacy scandal should make responsible investors think twice, says Dave Fanger.
By 2020, there will be one million more computing jobs nationally than there will be graduates to fill them, says Nasdaq's Bruce Aust.
Donald Trump's chaotic style is giving China's Xi Jinping the upper hand in global affairs, says Prof. Joseph Foudy.
Facebook generated revenue of $269.08 per user from 2010 through 2017 in the U.S. and Canada.
Paul Ryan is just the latest Republican house speaker who is leaving the job in a hurry, says Joshua Spivak.
Our policymakers appear to be "begging for a fiscal crisis," says Prof. Benjamin Harris.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg suggests that it's very easy to manage who sees your Facebook information, but this isn't true.
Michael Cohen and Robert Mueller represent polar opposites in extreme acts of loyalty, says law professor Jay Sterling Silver.
The 60/40 rule tells investors how to split a portfolio between stocks and bonds. It has come under attack in recent years, and inflation makes it even more questionable.
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