Automation is a great thing – unless it’s robots taking your job.
As the world reels from the barbarous, but all too predictable, terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday evening, markets will also be trying to regain their balance after a difficult week. What the Paris attacks have in common with last week’s market losses is that they both disabused observers of the illusions that they can continue ignoring the consequences of political and policy weakness.
At first blush it seems almost absurd to compare Hillary Clinton and Richard Nixon. But the former secretary of state and front-runner for the 2016 Democratic nomination for president is much more like the disgraced Republican president than you might think.
Six U.S. Federal Reserve officials, including Chairwoman Janet Yellen, will give speeches today on monetary policy.
Accelerating changes in the oil industry are leading to two major emerging trends.
How did Trump do in the debate?
The verdict varies.
Peter Schiff predicts Christmas 2015 will be far from merry and bright.
Amid a challenging commodity and emerging market landscape, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (NYSE: GS) quietly shut its BRIC investment fund last month, marking the end of an era for the investment bank.