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If more and more workers are going to be displaced by robots, they'll need money to live on, says Gross. The answer may be guaranteed basic income.
05/05/16 - 11:13 AM EDT
Stanford economics professor John Taylor says less regulation would be a boon to the economy.
05/04/16 - 01:44 PM EDT
Donald Trump has had a lot of success in business, but how would he be for the economy as president? Here's how his economic policies would play out.
05/04/16 - 08:17 AM EDT
Comerica Chief Executive Officer Ralph Babb told irate shareholders last week that the bank might see relief from stiff regulations. A top financial lobbyist says such efforts have stalled.
05/03/16 - 10:12 AM EDT
Douglas Holtz-Eakin, president of the right-leaning American Action Forum think tank, said remedies to income inequality must focus on the least well-off in the U.S.
05/02/16 - 03:42 PM EDT
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Mark Zuckerberg and Donald Trump have butted heads recently. But the fact is, it's a love-hate relationship, with a lot more love than hate to go around.
05/01/16 - 11:40 AM EDT
Obamacare has hospitals and other health care entities scrambling to get bigger, but the FTC is having more success fighting mergers than ever. What gives?
04/30/16 - 12:01 PM EDT
The Federal Reserve is unlikely to raise interest rates again until this summer or after the presidential election as the economy has faltered and remains weak.
04/29/16 - 09:37 AM EDT
In most states, private sector employees can legally be fired for their political speech.
04/28/16 - 09:08 AM EDT
The U.S. relies on U.K.'s influence on EU member states, the President says.
04/25/16 - 05:50 AM EDT
Latinos are voting more than ever, but some activists worry that immigration reform will once again get lost in the political shuffle.
04/24/16 - 11:20 AM EDT
Treasury announced the abolitionist will grace the $20 note, while Alexander Hamilton will stay on the $10 bill. But Old Hickory won't be erased entirely. Guess where he's hiding...
04/23/16 - 02:30 PM EDT