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Pentagon cutbacks, a shrinking U.S. Navy, the space program on reset: Can America keep its global mantle of leadership in military defense?
These companies will have to make significant changes if they're to become a Wall Street comeback story. The Fiscal Times reports.
The problem of U.S. underemployment may lessen in 2014, with better quality, higher-paying jobs on the market.
CNBC's Bob Pisani's 2014 predictions: Fed ups bond-buying, Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher resigns, and Microsoft buys Yahoo!
CNBC's Steve Liesman predicts inflation could be a "new worry" in 2014, and what challenges face the economy and the Fed in the New Year.
Right now, the internet is largely a human-to-human affair. But the devices are coming. And they're talking, says the CEO of LogMeIn.
Street Signs co-anchor Brian Sullivan nailed Nikkei and Dow predictions last year but failed HP.
Political drama will surround 2014 Olympics, India adjusts easily to increase in US interest rates, and businesses are back in Iran.
Even the most intellectually gifted prognosticators did not foresee key forces that would cause paradigm shifts in society.
Dennis Berman of The Wall Street Journal says BlackBerry's device business will move away from its focus on the partnership with FoxConn.
Former White House deputy press secretary Tony Fratto discusses whether the Obamacare fight will linger in 2014, and what other challenges Washington faces.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche provides her top three 2014 predictions in the financial sector, including a change in the way customers bank.
Our anchors, reporters and editors make their boldest predictions yet to keep you apprised of what may be in store in the year ahead.
In the year ahead, look for Apple to launch iWatch and Yahoo to bid for Bing as Samsung, Google and Amazon continue to compete for market share.
There's a lot of disruption on the way for enterprise technology. Here are predictions for 2014 from the founder and CEO of Icreon Tech.