The U.S. is accusing Russia of hacking political sites, saying it is trying to interfere with the upcoming presidential election. Intelligence officials say they are confident that the Russian government directed the recent breaches of emails from American people and institutions, including U.S. political organizations.
The military has a serious interest in making sure every communication does what it's intended to do.
One key change in the way we source our fighting forces gives us a huge advantage.
When it's on an aircraft carrier. Allow us to explain.
With the markets seeming rather calm, trading within a range bound level belies potential volatility of the U.S. presidential election season. Consequently, investors may consider strategies like exchange traded funds that track the CBOE Volatility Index to hedge the upcoming risks. Citigroup Inc. Head FX Strategist Steven Englander argued that while investors expect a degree of […]
After a disappointing second half of fiscal year 2016, Nike's recent Q1 sales growth did speed up -- but will it be enough to make the stock look like a good long-term play again?
Sunday's town-hall format is the perfect setting for a pivot
When our armed forces prepare to fight, they have four countries and one more nebulous enemy in mind.
Not to be outdone, Charles Schwab lowered fees on five exchange traded funds to solidify its low-cost leadership in response to BlackRock’s latest expense ratio cuts. On Friday, Charles Schwab cut the expense ratio on five of its ETFs by 1 basis point, including: Schwab U.S. Small-Cap ETF (NYSEArca: SCHA): new 0.06% expense ratio. Schwab […]
Sometimes, stability is a better target than a kumbaya, and risk is rarely balanced with commensurate potential reward. But everyone knows who is responsible for what.
A newly leaked email from the Clinton campaign appears to show an MSNBC producer fawning over Hillary Clinton, calling her an “amazing, intelligent woman” who is “smarter than most men,” in an effort to get an aide to appear on her show.