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UCLA football star Josh Rosen was right about how major college programs make it impossible for players to be students, says Jake Novak.
"What do you want to be when you grow up?"
Google CEO Sundar Pichai, who cancelled a meeting he'd cancelled his vacation to call, is not the only tech leader with a front seat to conflict.
How GOP politicians are making it more difficult for millions of working Americans to save for retirement, says Diane Oakley.
This whole blowup at Google over an engineer's sexist memo underscores how tech companies are creating environments that can wind up backfiring on them, says former Google attorney Miriam Rivera.
China can teach us two lessons about North Korea’s nuclear threat and how the world should respond, says Notre Dame Professor Michael Desch.
IPOs started the year with great promise, but have fizzled on high profile disappointments and the refusal of tech unicorns to go public.
Here's why worrying about the bond market bubble bursting is misguided, says Matthew Graham, chief of operations at MortgageDailyNews.com.
Blue Apron was targeted by Amazon. Snap was copied by Facebook. Both are struggling.
Ronald Reagan left us the perfect road map for defeating North Korea, says Jake Novak.
Technology surrounds us and every company, whether it's a small start-up or a major company, is now a tech company.
Trump's "fire and fury" is just rhetoric, making it worse than useless, says Notre Dame Professor MaryEllen O'Connor.
Here's the only strategy for handling North Korea's nuclear threat, says Retired General Wesley Clark.
Traders are more likely to reduce their returns than increase them, according to author Meir Statman.
Former short-term interest-rate trader Alexis Stenfors recalls in The Conversation the day the credit crunch hit.
As Trump's tensions with North Korea escalate, any nonmilitary solution will rely on China, Greg Wright says in The Conversation.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said we should explore ideas like universal basic income. He should try it himself, says the FT's John Thornhill.
Why banks won't be able to get away with paying depositors those low interest rates for much longer, says Dick Bove.
The extended bull market in U.S. stocks is just one headline away from a serious correction.
Even with strong market returns and high investor sentiment, Wall Street continues to lay off its own.
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