Opinion 2020-02-13T13:42:10Z
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The latest progressive economic policy is designed to stabilize the US labor market — and it looks a lot like the military

The US already pays for labor in the military by offering a competitive wage. A jobs guarantee would look similar, but focus on more than defense.
Opinion 2020-02-12T18:01:47Z
A man walks past a Chinese soldier in an usher uniform stands guard at an entrance door of the Great Hall of the People during a plenary session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in Beijing, Sunday, March 10, 2019.

The Equifax hack proved China is trying to steal your stuff — and America's political dysfunction is letting them take it

OPINION: If our political system weren't so broken, companies like Equifax might actually have security in place to prevent a Chinese military hack.
Opinion 2020-02-12T15:10:48Z
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Drop out, Joe Biden. New Hampshire proves you are done.

Biden flopped disastrously in Iowa and New Hampshire. If he wants to keep Bernie Sanders from the nomination, he should pull the plug on his 2020 run.
Opinion 2020-02-10T18:38:30Z

The New Hampshire primary probably won't tell us who will be the Democratic nominee, but that might be a good thing for the party

Speculation over the outcome in New Hampshire is at a fever pitch, but the primary results may tell us less than you'd think.
Opinion 2020-02-09T16:18:00Z

Critics have called a wealth tax 'un-American,' but the idea is as old as the American Revolution

Increasing taxes on the wealthy was the favored method of raising revenue among the Founding Fathers and we could learn from those ideas.
BI Prime Transportation 2020-02-09T14:04:00Z

Investors who have been stunned by Tesla's stock-price surge need to keep a key vulnerability in mind

Investors have discounted Tesla's total exposure to the still-tiny electric vehicle market and have argued that it deserves a tech valuation.
Opinion 2020-02-09T13:38:00Z

If the economy is good, why do so many big American companies look so unstable?

OPINION: Half of corporate investment-grade bonds are one notch above junk, and a lack of investment in productivity could be to blame.
Opinion 2020-02-08T15:16:00Z

The domination of tech giants like Uber and Facebook isn't a problem — it's part of a natural cycle

The consolidation of innovation among a few firms is an acceptable and desirable way for the economy to develop.
Opinion 2020-02-08T13:35:00Z

Trump doesn't really respect members of the military. He uses them as props.

Trump loves to bask in the reflected glory of veterans, but he has no use for them once they don't conveniently fit in with his preferred narrative.
Opinion 2020-02-08T13:32:00Z

Trump can't win reelection by hiding behind the economy

Trump is trying to use good economic data to hang on to his spot in the Oval Office, but the US economy isn't working for many Americans.
Strategy 2020-02-07T21:39:16Z

NYU Professor Scott Galloway says the Iowa caucus is 'damaging and irrational,' and calls for the caucuses to be reordered or eliminated

"So, who has influence over the most influential people in the world? Old white people. Specifically, about 171,000 of them."
Strategy 2020-02-06T14:45:00Z

'Being poor in America is a full-time job': The astronomical cost of banking while poor

Payday lending is a predatory industry that penalizes vulnerable Americans in exchange for huge profits. Here's how we can break this vicious cycle.
Opinion 2020-02-05T13:31:18Z

The Iowa fiasco exposes the need for Democrats to get rid of the caucuses and overhaul the presidential nomination process

The Iowa caucus was a mess. It's time to move towards open primaries in every state and a different order for future presidential primaries.
Opinion 2020-02-04T19:55:21Z

The worst part of the Iowa caucus mishap wasn't the delay, it was the freak out

I am sorry we had to wait less than 24 hours for Iowa caucus results. Maybe calm down and go get a coffee or something?
Opinion 2020-02-03T21:09:21Z

The Iowa caucuses are a chance for Americans to show the world that US democracy still works

While the details of the Iowa caucuses may confused non-Americans, the first votes in the 2020 presidential race reaffirm our commitment to democracy.
Politics 2020-02-03T14:45:00Z

Will Iowa Democrats embrace neoliberalism, or will they give us a candidate for the people?

James Kwak argues that the Democratic Party's four-decade descent into neoliberalism has imperiled the world. Is it too late to turn the party around?
Opinion 2020-02-02T17:18:33Z

WeWork is the perfect example of why employees should not expect our workplaces to meet every physical, social, and spiritual need

Former WeWork CEO Adam Neumann said millennials want "more from their work than just a job." But the company's collapse shows why that is a bad idea.
Opinion 2020-02-02T13:04:00Z

Even in the midst of its worst crisis in 15 years, China still handed Trump a mortifying loss

The UK will allow Huawei to build out some of its 5G telecom systems. Consider it another blow to Trump's foreign-policy "strategy."
Opinion 2020-02-01T16:24:00Z

'Never Trump' Republicans should stop giving advice to the 2020 Democrats and focus on fixing their own party

Conservative pundits keep suggesting ways the Democrats can be more palatable to Republican voters. Maybe they should look in the mirror first.
Opinion 2020-02-01T14:48:00Z

It's official: Trump's tax cuts were an economic bust

Anyone with basic knowledge of Keynes and Laffer could've predicted what was just confirmed by GDP: Trump's tax cuts did nothing for the US economy.
Opinion 2020-02-01T13:29:00Z

Bernie Sanders' and Elizabeth Warren's plans to cancel student debt won't solve the real problem with college loans

The progressive 2020 Democrats' plans to make $1.6 trillion disappear still keeps a broken system in place for another student-loan-debt bubble.
Opinion 2020-01-31T13:57:44Z

Bernie Sanders plan to reshape employment includes an under-the-radar idea that would be a huge win for American workers

Bernie Sanders plan to end at-will employment would help rebalance the scales between workers and large corporations.
Opinion 2020-01-29T21:10:27Z

The Dow is close to breaking through 30,000, but the impending stock-market record should worry investors

Trump will no doubt celebrate the stock market's seemingly impending record, but there are plenty of reasons to worry about the market and US economy.
Opinion 2020-01-29T14:10:33Z

The push by Warren and Sanders to rid the government of Wall Street alums could end up being a mistake

The desire of Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders to rid the Federal Reserve and financial-regulation roles of Wall Street alums is shortsighted.
Opinion 2020-01-26T16:19:00Z

Trump's stumbles with a huge, traditionally-Republican religious group could cause him major problems in 2020

Mormon voters aren't as enthusiastic about Trump as they typically are for a GOP candidate. That could give Trump a headache in the 2020 election.
Opinion 2020-01-26T13:18:00Z

The Wuhan coronavirus could blow up the game China's been playing with its economy for years

China planned to cool the property market and make sure too much debt didn't build up in the economy in 2020. The Wuhan Virus could ruin all that.
Opinion 2020-01-25T16:25:00Z

The climate crisis has already wreaked havoc on the US. Here's how we should start getting ready for the next disaster.

The federal government has abandoned the fight against combat climate change, but local governments and companies can try to make up that shortfall.
Opinion 2020-01-25T13:37:00Z

Democrats have an opportunity to reshape the balance of power in Washington if they focus on more than just beating Trump

While the 2020 presidential election is important, Democrats should look to take back state houses instead of just being Donald Trump.
Opinion 2020-01-24T19:30:02Z

Trump just exposed a dirty secret in Davos

The business executives at Davos seem to have embraced President Trump, and in doing so turned their backs on everything they purport to stand for.
Opinion 2020-01-21T23:32:15Z

Hillary Clinton keeps blaming Bernie Sanders, but he's not the reason she lost to Trump in 2016

Sanders campaigned vigorously for Clinton after she clinched the 2016 Democratic nod after a nasty primary battle where both sides slung dirt.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-01-21T15:05:00Z

Are people retiring earlier or later? Both are true — and it says a lot about the youngest generations entering and defining the workforce

Retiring isn't always about money. Younger generations are defining retirement on their own terms, choosing early retirement or to keep working.
Opinion 2020-01-19T16:21:00Z

The US is entering an era in which impeaching the president will be routine

Impeaching a president was historic, but after Trump's it may become a commonplace political practice.
Opinion 2020-01-19T13:23:00Z

Trump's trade deal with China looks designed to implode

Trump's trade deal has an enforcement mechanism, but whether the deal survives hangs on whether or not that mechanism is used in "good faith."
Opinion 2020-01-18T16:16:00Z

Whether it's Trump or Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, politicians keep getting it wrong when it comes to the US economy

Trump says stock records prove the economy is great. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez thinks it's terrible for normal people. They're both wrong — and right.
Opinion 2020-01-18T13:59:00Z

The vaping panic is looking eerily like the start of a new drug war

Media malpractice and political opportunism recklessly panicked the public. New prohibitions are already producing drug-war-like results.
Opinion 2020-01-17T16:52:02Z

CEOs love to talk about fighting climate change. Now it's time they actually do something about it.

It's time for business executives and CEOs to go beyond talking about climate change and take concrete steps to addressing the crisis.
Strategy 2020-01-14T19:49:16Z

How to tell your boss you won't be able to meet a deadline without being unprofessional

Career coach Felix Maria Arnet says that employees should claim their rights and not be afraid of getting fired for it.
Opinion 2020-01-12T16:23:00Z

The final test of Trump's domination of the GOP will have nothing to do with his reelection

The political future of Trump acolytes such as Donald Trump Jr. will be the final test of whether the president has totally taken over the GOP.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-01-12T14:26:00Z

Here's why so many millennials making 6-figure salaries still feel broke

"Henrys" — millennials who earn six figures but still feel broke — can blame their lavish lifestyle and economic consequences for not building wealth.
Opinion 2020-01-12T13:32:00Z

Trump's blundering attempts to strong arm Iran follow the same pattern as the China trade-war mess

With both Iran and China, the Trump administration's policies have left the US right where it started — but with a lot more hostility.
Opinion 2020-01-11T16:21:00Z

Comedian Adam Carolla's new documentary accidentally reveals that a lot of conservative 'free-speech warriors' are just free-speech tourists

"No Safe Spaces" rehashes left-wing campus "snowflake" outrages. It says nothing about President Donald Trump and conservative attacks on free speech.
Opinion 2020-01-11T13:40:00Z

The Trump administration is putting America's diplomats in serious danger

The clashes at the US embassy in Iraq showed the dangers US diplomats face. The Trump budget shows how little he cares about their safety.
Finance 2020-01-07T21:09:47Z

I spent 14 years at Goldman Sachs and now head up financial services at a $6 billion startup. Here are all the ways money and how we pay will transform in the coming decade.

Junta?Nakai, global industry leader for financial services at Databricks, offers his predictions for how money will look and feel in the 2020s.
Tech 2020-01-07T21:08:52Z

Why Honey's massive $4 billion PayPal deal marks the official start of the commerce era

The affiliate industry has long been seen as a thing of the past, but its business model, where businesses are paid for driving transactions, is the future.
Opinion 2020-01-07T20:31:05Z

The assassination of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani could be Trump's Chernobyl moment

The consequences of Trump's decision to assassinate an Iranian general could make the incompetence of his administration too catastrophic to ignore.
Opinion 2020-01-06T16:33:45Z

Trump's decision to kill Iranian Gen. Soleimani was a mistake that will make Americans and the world less safe

The US strike that killed Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani ends any hope of diplomacy between the countries and will lead to retaliation from Tehran.
Opinion 2020-01-05T14:24:00Z

Tesla's success proves that what America needs is business, business, and more business

For 10 years the country has discouraged more than encouraged new businesses to get started. That needs to change, following Tesla's example.
Opinion 2020-01-05T13:32:00Z

Trump handed big business a massive tax cut, and all he got in return was embarrassment

President Trump and the GOP promised their tax cuts would drive business investment and economic growth. Instead, companies kept the windfall.
Tech 2020-01-03T15:26:00Z

I seriously considered buying a Tesla Model 3, but I decided against it — here's why

I haven't ruled out future Tesla ownership, of course. There's a pretty good chance I'll own one in the next decade. But not this time around.
Opinion 2019-12-31T16:15:13Z

Carlos Ghosn's escape from Japan is a nightmare for the country's justice system — and the ousted Nissan exec may now be looking to put that system on trial

Ghosn is an auto-industry celebrity who should now have the opportunity to tell his side of the story in detail.
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