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Maybe President Barack Obama should stop talking about green energy companies. Immediately.
The Federal Reserve does its part to help the US economy. Again.
Swing voters liked the economic fairness message, anyway.
No, social media strategies don't always work. McDonald's learns a painful lesson.
The president asks his supporters to stay together. In a very musical way.
The US is leading its peer countries in cutting total debt. Here's why that matters.
How many people work in the world's oldest profession around the world? The number may shock you.
The Atlantic compares social media to how photography changed us, and the world.
The clear GOP frontrunner claims his business background is an asset. Is it?
Yes, it's a cheap marketing stunt. Damn effective, too.
Beijing announces new steps to boost consumption. Will they work?
Crude prices move higher again, this time thanks to the European Union.
More warnings. More tension. Higher oil prices.
Athens gets real on the need for a bailout.
The writer dishes on "a disturbing new trend: the uprisings by students on elite college campuses." Heh.
The answer is not as simple as you think.
The auto industry has just logged its best sales year since 2008. Next year looks good, too.
Check out this amazing graphic about how the internet really works, from Google, to Facebook, to Twitter, Apple and more.
It has everything to do with the Bundesbank, and something called Target2.
China will impose punitive duties of up to 22 percent on large cars and SUVs exported from the US.