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CEO Red Alert: Millennials Prefer Socialism to Capitalism

If the victory of presidential candidate Bernie Sanders in New Hampshire’s primary election showed anything, it revealed that 83% of voters aged 18-29 voted for the 74-year old democratic socialist. These voters represented one-fifth of the electorate. The only age segment Hillary Clinton won were people 65 and older.

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6 Reasons Some CEOs Are Supporting Donald Trump for President

True to his impact in every way, Donald Trump is the great polarizer of CEOs as well as of the body politic. And while fellow business chiefs who oppose him have been the more vocal, a considerable number of CEOs also support the real estate mogul who maintains a huge lead in Republican presidential polls heading into the South Carolina primary later this week.

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Good for Business: Gov. Kasich Touts Reduced Taxes and Stimulated Growth in Ohio

Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich’s strong second-place finish in New Hampshire’s Republican primary underscored his campaign’s emphasis on the Buckeye State’s economic turnaround. Claiming he’s reversed an inherited $8 billion deficit to a $2 billion surplus, cutting taxes while adding 400,000 jobs, the Ohio governor touts what he calls the Ohio Miracle as a template for national economic growth.

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Sanders Scores Against Clinton with Economic Criticisms

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders traded their most pointed criticism of each other in the Democratic Presidential-candidate debate on Sunday evening, and – true to their focus during the campaign so far—they mostly tilted on economic and other domestic issues.

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China Is Focus of Economic Arguments by GOP Debaters

In a debate that was widely described as the most effective yet for the leading candidates, GOP presidential contenders on Thursday evening spent their minutes attacking one another and Democrats, and hotly argued about national security and guns—but talked little of the economy, even as Wall Street continued to tank and new questions arose about the momentum of the U.S. recovery.

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If the Election Was Tomorrow, Here’s Who CEOs Would Vote For

We’ve taken this poll among our reader audience twice, once in August 2015 and once in January 2016. The results of our latest survey of CEOs shows that if the election was tomorrow, and our CEO audience was the entire universe of voters, Donald Trump would win.

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6 Inspiring Companies That Are Winning the Fighting with Over-Regulation

As over-regulation continues to be a bane of existence for many CEOs and company owners, business leaders are encouraged to see examples where the modern trend toward regulatory overreach is frustrated, turned back, or at least seriously challenged.

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Terrorism, Security Steps Dominate Lively 5th GOP Debate

The most business-oriented issue in the fifth Republican presidential debate on Tuesday night was what role Silicon Valley CEOs and companies would or should have in America’s war on terror.

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