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OPINION: The latest economic data out of China looks less that of an economic superpower, and more like what it truly is — a country saddled with debt and in the midst of a dangerous slowdown.
Warren Buffett and Jamie Dimon think they can solve a huge American problem by treating CEOs like babies
OPINION: Buffett and Dimon think that quarterly guidance incentivize CEOs to think short term, but that's just one part of how C-suite incentives are flawed right now.
OPINION: Donald Trump has started a trade war with our closest allies over steel. He wants to start a trade war with China over technology. All of this is stupid. Instead of inviting retaliation, we should come up with a plan for the U.S.'s economic future.
President Donald Trump's abrupt, erratic approach to trade, even when he does not follow through on the harshest protectionist threats, is already damaging faith in the global trading system.
OPINION: Elon Musk's ongoing war with the media and his lack of specifics on Tesla's Q1 earnings call tell you everything you need to know about how important customers, investors, employees, and everyone else who isn't on Mars.
OPINION: The signs that China and North Korea are playing Trump were subtle until Sunday when he tweeted that he would back down from punishing a Chinese company that violated sanctions against North Korea and Iran. Now it's clear Trump's much vaunted deal making ability will not be applied here.
OPINION: There's a difference between what's right on paper and what's right in practice, but that went out the window with all the companies — AT&T, Novartis, and Korea Airspace Industries — that hired Michael Cohen.
A single speech from a top Fed official shows why the imperative of racial and economic diversity is so much more than just lip-service
Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic, the first African-American to lead a regional central bank, recently spoke about the central bank's often unacknowledged role in enforcing fair housing rules.
OPINION: Trump's main negotiating tactic is to scream loud, insult a lot and then default to a moderate solution. Unfortunately in trade there is no default.
OPINION: Trump is sending a delegation to China to talk trade this week. Ideally, this means avoiding a trade war. Most likely, it means the status quo.