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Here's something all of divided America should be able to agree on: Smart infrastructure investment works. For evidence, look at Colorado, where elected officials of both parties trace an economic boom to a decision 27 years ago to spend more than … more
PayPal Holdings has buried another hatchet. The digital payments company spun off from eBay last year ended another quarrel with a rival, this time MasterCard. more
You’ve probably been thinking to yourself, “Gee, I wish I couldn’t charge my phone while also listening to music.” more
The stock market of the late 1990s is remembered mostly for high-flying dotcom equities that eventually crashed back to earth. more
The inconclusive August jobs report might not provide the Federal Reserve with the impetus it needs to take interest rates higher in the near future. more
Investors scouring Janet Yellen's speech Aug. 26 for clues on short-term interest rates came away disappointed. The Fed chair chose to deliver a more important message: The future of U.S. macroeconomic policy cannot be like the past. … more
It's easy to get the impression, as the U.S. celebrated the 45th annual Women's Equality Day last month, that the march toward equality has slowed to a crawl. Allow me to disagree. True, the usual statistics tell a story of stalled … more
Free trade is broadly positive for the U.S. economy, though not everyone benefits. Economist Tyler Cowen, a Bloomberg View columnist, and Robert Zoellick, a former U.S. trade representative, talk to View editor Paula Dwyer about improving the outlook for future free-trade deals by helping workers left behind. more
I argued last week that the high cost of housing in cities such as New York and San Francisco has a bright side for the larger U.S. economy: As people who would like to live in these highly desirable but dauntingly expensive areas are priced out, they choose instead to settle in upwardly mobile communities that benefit from the new talent and wealth. more
The European Commission just turned taxation of multinational companies into a cage fight and put U.S. firms on notice that the old way of negotiating deals with individual countries is no longer a sure thing. more
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