Commentary: What’s Next for the Stock Market?

Last week was an extremely volatile period for global markets, preceded by what many might have seen as a relatively calm and upbeat start to 2018. Approximately $5 trillion was wiped off the value of global equity markets from Feb. 1 to Feb. 9. The turbulence started in the U.S. on Feb. 1 and continued throughout the following week. The Dow closed 10% lower on Feb. 9 than its Jan. 26 high. Similar slumps were also seen in the Asian market, with the Nikkei in Japan closing below 3% on Friday....

Why Apple’s Tim Cook Is No Fan of the Quarterly Earnings Report

Tim Cook would gladly do away with the quarterly report system, the Apple chief has said in an interview. But not for Apple’s sake, as such. Asked...

raceAhead: A Google Lawsuit and Justin Caldbeck Gets Canceled Again

Just a quick announcement uptop today, though there is plenty of news to ponder below. I'm joining my esteemed colleagues Clifton Leaf and Adam...

Commentary: Why We’ll Never Have Another Billy Graham

Alongside Martin Luther King, Jr., Billy Graham was undoubtedly the U.S. religious leader with the highest pubic profile of the 20th century. Graham...

Commentary: Background Checks Alone Can’t Stop a Mass Shooter—But This Process Could

On Valentine's Day, Americans--this time teenagers and school staff in a Parkland, Fla. high school--were once again slaughtered ruthlessly by,...

Trump Proposes ‘Bonus’ for Teachers Who Carry Guns in the Classroom

President Donald Trump offered a full-throated endorsement of the National Rifle Association on Thursday as the organization mounted an offensive...