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In what may have been the opening salvo of a potential U.S.-China trade spat, the Trump administration announced it was applying a 30 percent tariff to certain imports, to include solar panels and modules.
The ECB and the euro look like the only glue holding together the 19 countries of the monetary union, Michael Ivanovitch writes.
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A lawsuit against a top investment firm could open the floodgates on a new kind of harassment lawsuit on Wall Street, says Jake Novak.
Investors should be confident and committed, but not arrogant and overly-confident, says Aureus Asset Management CEO Karen Firestone.
President Trump's DACA immigration deal is better for Democrats than they seem to realize, says Jake Novak.
If Spotify, Apple music acted more like Netflix, they could offer musicians more money for their content, says Kabir Sehgal.
If cryptocurrencies are, in fact, in a bubble, then what could make it burst? One technologist explores some possible answers.
President Trump should use Milton Friedman's economic wisdom to school Davos on the importance of pursuing self-interest, says Jake Novak.
DACA can get done if Trump and Schumer stick to these simple negotiating points, says Jake Novak.
At Davos 2018, CEOs are more optimistic about the economy, but they need to spread the wealth, says the Conference Board's Bart van Ark.
Who's going to replace John Skipper at ESPN? The signs are pointing to an internal candidate, says Eric Jackson.
The leaked draft of the White House's $1 trillion infrastructure project seems like it avoids the worst mistakes, says Jake Novak.