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Uber's reset is finally here, but Bradley Tusk, a regulatory advisor to the company, says a lot more needs to be done. Here's what he thinks should happen next.
The Democrats have always wanted an infrastructure plan and now Trump is giving it to them. So, what's the problem?, asks Jake Novak.
Straight-jacket fiscal policies by euro zone countries leave the European Central Bank as the default policy leader, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
Full planes, and the extra fees airlines charge for pre-selecting a seat, makes it tough for families to get airplane seats together.
Don't worry about tech's dive. Celebrate it.
Tech stocks tanked on Friday. I invested through the late 1990s and I can tell you the market made the right call to sell.
Research shows that patients need more face-to-face time with pharmacists, not less, says University of Connecticut professor C. Michael White.
Europe should take the high road on the UK's weak negotiating position, say Breakingviews' Neil Unmack & Olaf Storbeck.
This Obamacare provision is set to jack up the price of employer health insurance plans. The GOP must kill it, says James Gelfand.
We only get the chance to rework the tax code every 30 years. We can't blow it this time with a small, temporary tax cut, says former Walmart U.S. CEO Bill Simon.
Nvidia is arguably the hottest tech stock in the market right now. Is it's run just getting started or about to end? Financial advisor Josh Brown weighs in.
Forget Comey and Russiagate. Trump and the GOP must get key legislation passed or risk voter wrath, says Larry Kudlow.
Business owners are optimistic about revenue increases, but a majority have no current plan to add jobs: CNBC/SurveyMonkey Small Business Survey.
Here is what the Brennan Center's Elizabeth Goitein found to be the most surprising—and terrifying—parts of James Comey's Senate testimony.
If Saudi Arabia can do this much damage to Qatar in just a few days, what else can it do?, Michael Brendan Dougherty asks in the National Review.
The S&P is moving in a narrow 6-point range, volume is average, and the CBOE Volatility Index is once again below 10.
Comey wounded the president and even called him a liar but he provided nothing that can end the Trump presidency, says Jake Novak.
If you're a value investor who likes to find cheap stocks, there's only one sector to buy now, says Peter Boockvar.
Britain's election brings either higher corporation tax or more red tape for business, John Foley writes in Breakingviews.
President Trump's tweets are good for America and often good for him, says Jake Novak.
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