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If Congress is smart, it will put partisan politics aside and fund the jobs programs that will put protesters -- and many Americans -- back to work.
Everyone in business could learn from Jobs' example that quality matters.
Corporate boards would be wise to listen to frustrated shareholders when executive compensation becomes too generous.
The fate of two female execs offers lessons that a female Presidential hopeful would be wise to learn.
His detractors are suggesting he call it quits after one term, but for the sake of the nation, Obama needs to run again. Here's why.
Current events suggest U.S. and European banks are not looking good.
The American Jobs Act addresses many of the nation's biggest practical concerns and could put a lot of unemployed Americans back to work.
It's no surprise that Bernanke didn't offer more. There are, after all, limits to what the Fed can do to address the nation's economic woes.
Some analysts are questioning whether Jobs will drag the company down by staying on as Chairman. Here's why Apple would be smart to keep him.
President Obama's jobs plan should be creative enough to identify meaningful ways to incentivize American companies to foster sustainability as they hire.