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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.
Venture capitalist Jonathan Silverstein, who has been diagnosed with Parkinson's, says it's time to rethink how we approach rare diseases.
There were parts of that ex-Google engineer’s memo on diversity that were protected by law – but Google had a very specific reason for his termination, says Dan Eaton.
Global growth, weak dollar boost Dow profits but the crude rally fails to lift oil stocks
Canndescent CEO Adrian Sedlin is going after the high-end consumer with his “top shelf” marijuana. He explains what makes it worth 25% more.
After several layoffs and subsequent panic, single mom and International Living contributor Dolly Lee says moving to Nicaragua saved her financial life.
The newest trend in smartphones is right in front of you: the displays.
The Australian market has no clear direction, and that could make it vulnerable to shocks, Daryl Guppy writes.
Stocks are booming, but Trump enthusiasm among CEOs has dipped. It's time for the president to stop tweeting and focus on tax reform.
The customer potential of the millennial (age 25 to 35) is much-hyped and for certain industries, such as luxury, deservedly so.
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