A levy on cash-rich companies that don't hire seems right in line with the administration's agenda -- not to mention the media's.
It's like a hapless ballclub that can't do anything right. And the stands are emptying out by the inning.
Instead of waging bidding wars and offering buybacks, top-tier technology companies should do something better with their cash -- like raise their dividends.
Its high-end health food and natural products will benefit from the overarching trend toward eating better and fighting obesity.
The president seems not to understand the anxiety gripping businesses and their customers, a psychological condition that is crippling the economy.
When higher oil prices spark a rally in every sector except oil stocks, the market is broken. It's no wonder investors are going elsewhere.
The issue isn't foreclosures, gluts or average home prices. It's jobs and the economy.
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