Instead of trying to get pundits to pin down who the next Democratic presidential nominee will be, Bradley Tusk, Founder and CEO of Tusk Ventures, says we need to have “the primaries serve as an open marketplace” and “let voters decide.”
Investors shouldn’t get their hopes on anything happening at the G20 Summint, says billionaire investor Ken Fisher, because it's “kind of like the [high school] prom.”
Marijuana software company Akerna KERN (KERN) is off to a very positive start with investors after listing on the Nasdaq this week.
Contrary to popular belief, brick and mortar retail is “not dead,” says Walter Robb, former co-CEO of Whole Foods. It’s actually alive and well.
With mortgage rates down at about 4%, the housing market looks like a buyer’s market, but Jonathan Miller, CEO of Miller Samuel, says that may only be true for homes at “the high end of the market.”
Tom Forte, an analyst at D.A. Davidson, says Pinterest has the potential to “break the advertising duopoly of Google and Facebook.”
Bill Holstein, author of "The New Art of War: China's Deep Strategy Inside the United States,” says increasing tariffs will "have no impact on the real heart of the problem."
With only 2.2% of investor dollars are going women-led startups, Women Who Tech is trying to help change that with the Women Startup Challenge.
Emerging markets should form "a core part of your portfolio," according to Taimur Hyat, the Chief Operating Officer at PGIM.
With all the recent market volatility, Ric Edelman recommends that Americans nearing retirement "not be over-invested in stocks."
Two former Amazon employees are trying to transform the $700 billion trucking industry with a trucking app called Convoy, which leverages data.
“The community is still trying to get their head around the fact,” Ohio Representative Tim Ryan told Yahoo Finance about GM closures.