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Steve Jobs as Apple Chairman: Should He Stay or Go?

Steve Jobs as Apple Chairman: Should He Stay or Go?

Corporate governance best practice says Steve Jobs should not linger in the boardroom, but the markets may be telling us that's just where they want him to be.

To Create Jobs, Support Manufacturing: Opinion

To Create Jobs, Support Manufacturing: Opinion

Manufacturing remains a crucial driver of our economy. As part of its efforts to create jobs, the government should consider supporting and cooperating with the nation's manufacturers.

'Your Company Sucks!': Book Excerpt

'Your Company Sucks!': Book Excerpt

The key to Revlon's success was the clear-eyed leadership of its founder, Charles Revson.

The StockTwits Edge: Book Excerpt

The StockTwits Edge: Book Excerpt

StockTwits invited 46 of its community members who love, live, and breathe the markets to write about their favorite trade setups.

Insurance Industry Is in 'Regulation Bubble'

Insurance Industry Is in 'Regulation Bubble'

Policy and regulation can solidify and open insurance markets, but they can also cause stress.

Higher Oil Prices Could Slow Job Growth, Again

Higher Oil Prices Could Slow Job Growth, Again

The U.S. economy added 171,000 jobs in June; whether the improvement in job numbers persists depends on the price of oil.

How Can a Company Innovate for 100 Years?

How Can a Company Innovate for 100 Years?

IBM is vibrant and relevant today because it has always stayed in the mix, creating new technologies time and again.

'We First' by Simon Mainwaring: Book Excerpt

'We First' by Simon Mainwaring: Book Excerpt

Mainwaring writes about recognizing the advantages of capitalism as a powerful engine of progress and prosperity.

To Succeed, Know Your Strengths - Ask Noah

To Succeed, Know Your Strengths - Ask Noah

Recognizing our own strengths is vital to being financially and personally successful.

Life After QE2: Rough Sailing for the Markets

Life After QE2: Rough Sailing for the Markets

As QE2 comes to a close, a myriad of international and domestic risks will conspire to weigh on stocks.