Economy: Remember Brexit? Only three months ago, economists were near unanimous in believing it would be an economic disaster, creating market chaos and plunging Britain into recession, possibly even depression. It didn't happen. Will economists learn their lesson?
Health Reform: This is rich. Aetna was once a big supporter of ObamaCare, but discovered to its surprise that it was costing the company a fortune. So now Democrats who created this problem are bashing Aetna for being "irresponsible."
Journalism: No wonder the mainstream press is outraged at Matt Lauer's performance as moderator of NBC's "Commander in chief Forum." He asked questions about Hillary Clinton's email use that the rest of the media refuse to. And in doing so, Lauer exposed another aspect of her duplicitousness.
Justice: Three recent court victories got little in the way of headlines, but should be required reading for every corporate executive in the country. In each, companies refused to do what so many have done before -- tuck their tails in and settle out of court.
Clintons: Former President Bill Clinton took home nearly $18 million over five years as the face man of a for-profit university that wanted to use Hillary Clinton's State Department, the Washington Post reports. Funny, seems we've heard this one before.
Election 2016: In her first extended QandA with reporters in nine months, Hillary Clinton spent much of it suggesting that Russian President Vladimir Putin was working with Donald Trump to defeat her in November. If she's so confident of winning in November, why is Clinton already making excuses for losing?