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Insight on why investing in education is the key to turning economic vulnerability into stability, with Robert Silberman, Strayer Education and Jack Welch former GE chairman/CEO & head of Jack Welch Management Institute.
Thousands of students are marching in central London in a protest against higher tuition fees.
A look at whether colleges will soon compete on pricing, with Edwin Welch, University of Charleston president.
Insight on whether there are signs on the Street that things are getting better on the jobs front, with Liam McGee, The Hartford Financial Services Group chairman/president/CEO.
CNBC's Jane Wells has the details on GOP candidates preparing to discuss getting people back to work, during tomorrow's debate.
Today's wealth has become far more volatile than ever, says Robert Frank, "The High-Beta Rich" author. He adds that the culture of wealth creation is determined by stock and it is a revolving door of riches.
A breakdown of October's employment data and insight on what it will take for D.C. to get on the same page and generate jobs the country needs to recover, with Ron Christie, GOP strategist; Marc Morial, The National Urban League, and CNBC's Steve Liesman.
The employment data from October shows a still fragile job market that is slowly gaining strength. Insight with Torsten Slok, Deutsche Bank Securities chief international economist.
A new survey reveals more than 2000 CEOs around the world shows a stunning loss of confidence in Europe. Insight with Bhanu Choudhrie, C&C Alpha Group executive director/founder.
The ADP private sector employment is up 110,000 jobs in October. A breakdown of the payroll numbers, with CNBC's Steve Liesman & Rick Santelli, and Joel Prakken, Macroeconomic Advisers.
FBR, a boutique investment bank in Virgina, will be laying off up to 30-35% of workforce, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson. FBR cuts are due to a lack of deals, she adds.
Fortune magazine reveals its hottest young stars in business, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who tops the list. A look at the others who made the list, with Leigh Gallagher, Fortune assistant managing editor.
CNBC's Jane Wells has the details on what employers really think of their bosses.
CNBC's John Carney and Kayla Tausche report on the "Occupy Wall Street" protesters in New York City.
Discussing ideas to encourage companies to move overseas cash back to the U.S., tax free, in an effort to create jobs, with Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Manhattan Institute senior fellow.
The New York Times is out with an interesting look into a new under-the-table service being offered by Wall Street banks to their customers, with Susanne Craig, Dealbook reporter.
Weekly indicators are oversold, daily momentum is positively diverging, and the S&P 500 is moving through a downtrend. Insight into whether its time for investors to add positions, with Robert Sluymer, RBC Capital Markets.
Jeffrey Immelt, General Electric chairman/CEO called for a national urgency on jobs during his interview on CBS "60 Minutes" last night. Discussing whether part of the employment problem could be that teenagers are avoiding getting the skills needed for blue collar jobs, with David Roberts, Carlisle Companies CEO.
Jeffrey Saut, Raymond James, and Michelle Girard, RBS, discuss the chances the US will hit another recession ahead of the hotly-anticipated employment report Friday.
Gautam Godhwani, CEO of SimplyHired.com, told CNBC that the number of jobs listings on his recruitment website rose to over 5 million at the start of 2011, and has remained at that level ever since.