Mitch McConnell continues his Ebenezer Scrooge act in time for the holidays, the Department of Justice declares war on Google, and why all CEO pay isn't created equal.
Why Amazon isn't all the evil; Silicon Valley's plot to cut salaries of its stay-at-home employees; and how the world really works in the world of investing.
Steroids and the economy; the University of Colorado embraces gambling; and why CEOs should help close the partisan divide. And Eddie Van Halen, R.I.P.
Trump taxes, Wall Street's fourth quarter outlook, and a COVID compromise.
Tim Cook; a big Netflix night for 'Schitt's Creek'; and who is really to blame for the pandemic bailout freeze-out.
Ode to Milton Friedman, fleeing climate change, and blue state bailouts.
New, more positive unemployment numbers; searching for Trump's health care plan; and the future of retail—we think.
Pro players' protests; home office tax write-offs; Tech's tax breaks; and more craziness from Larry Kudlow.
The markets, bad COVID management, and how Joe Biden would handle China.
Trump's card tricks; Kamala Harris' big business record; and a brief look at the Go-Go's new documentary.
Bailout bill talks continue; businesses take advantage of the pandemic; and the Blue Invasion of the South.
No enhanced unemployment benefits; CEOs should stay in their lanes; and a plan to bring generic drugs back to the U.S.
The Republicans dither on a new COVID-19 bailout bill; the race for 2024; and Alexa by the numbers.
Why population shifts from Blue States from Red States, long in the making, may change politics for decades to come
Banks are preparing for customers reneging on their loans; Congress perhaps will extend enhanced unemployment benefits; stupid investors; some good Leonard Cohen covers; and overvaluing the Dow.
Who got the money in the SBA's Paycheck Protection Program?; Facebook troubles; another way to look at the U.S. COVID stats; and the showdown over unemployment benefits.
A classic book about America's middle class returns just in time; Mitch McConnell faces a dilemma; and a COVID experiment in Sweden falters. So far.
Discussion with consultant Susan McPherson on the ups and downs of corporate philanthropy during COVID-19
U.S. companies have pitched in, in droves, to help citizens and frontline workers during the deadly spread of coronavirus. Here are 50—from Coca-Coca and Airbnb to Tory Burch and Spanx—that stepped up.
This week: we discuss the conservative credentials of Supreme Court judges; put the spotlight on our new list of businesses that stepped up during COVID-19; and unveil a new Rascal Flatts song by one of our contributors.
The truth behind the stock market surge (we think); Jerome Powell testifies; and why Steven Mnuchin doesn't want you to know who got small biz loans.
A look at the Fortune 500, Mitch McConnell vs Amy McGrath and Warren Buffett's case for index funds solidified.
A mixed bad on the economic front last week: protests continued nationwide but stock prices soared.
On The Street Column: The post-COVID workplace, the fight over unemployment benefits, market timing and some new music.
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On The Street: Cornyn becomes an Obamacare fan, the NFL tries to fix the Rooney Rule and the Dems and Repubs fight about enhanced unemployment payouts.
Will Mark Cuban run for president? Is Senator Rick Scott a good manager? Newsweek editorial director Hank Gilman provides insight on the top business news of the week.
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The real battle over China policy will take between Congress and the Fortune 500. Plus budget cuts.
Why many folks aren't getting paid, Warren Buffett's annual meeting and investing advice from Jane Bryant Quinn.
Column: Mitch McConnell takes on Blue Nation.