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• "For far too long," he then told his audience, "a small group in our nation's capital have reaped the rewards of government
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The current state of the political scene in the United States is being lead by a man (Donald Trump) who advocates isolationism
Trump poses large risk to Mexico, after the comments he made leading up until the election. He's now the U.S. President elect
European banks are not in good shape. Deutsche Bank, fresh off news the U.S. Department of Justice will seek a $14 billion
After leaving school to work on a startup and launching the Wikipedia competitor platform, Everipedia, the questions I always
Please help us in congratulating our seven recent recipients! Joyce Kebedi Kidanda, Vikabo Women Empowerment Group, Nairobi
Ride-sharing is often seen as a winner-takes-all game, with billions in venture capital funding setting the stage for a World War I-style battle of attrition. When someone wants a ride, the thought is they are unlikely to open two or three different apps to search for the cheapest and fastest ride.
From the opening bell, I'm bullish on cheery bonhomie. Financials are rewarded, the tip jar stuffed with dollars. I spear
Business expansion is an exciting time for most entrepreneurs. You get to open up a new office, hire new employees, and dominate a new market.
Governments imagine that pledges and plans will deal with the problem while markets barrel ahead with business as usual, namely the consumption of goods, and of this planet. We are hooked on a malignant model of more.
Today we remember and celebrate the life of Louis Rukeyser, host of the original iconic Wall $treet Week, who passed away 10 years ago this week. Rukeyser could never be replaced, but we are honored to have the chance to carry on his legacy.
You can just bumble through Europe and have fun. But if you make a point to know what's going on and where, you'll bring home more memories.
Global markets retreated this week amid risk aversion caused by the Bank of Japan's (BoJ) surprising decision to forego additional monetary easing and lackluster U.S. corporate earnings.
Despite the milestones for U.S. stocks, though, investors don't seem to be in a particularly celebratory mood.
You know I love industrial-age market halls rejuvenated into trendy food circuses. Come along with me as I follow local Madrid
Wisconsin's Election Day went pretty much as expected if you were following the prediction markets. On April 4, those probabilities were 81 percent for Ted Cruz to win over Donald Trump and John Kasich in the Republican Wisconsin primary, and 88 percent for Bernie Sanders to win over Hillary Clinton in the Democratic Wisconsin primary.
For reference, let's look at pre-recession numbers. Through most of 2006 and 2007, the U-6 unemployment rate was between
There's perhaps no better way to get to know a place than by logging time in its markets, swapping stories with the vendors, and running your hands over items filled with heritage and history.
Trading has been halted for the day, the second daylong suspension this week.