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Invemed Associates Chairman and President Ken Langone reflects on his success in business.
Billionaire Ken Langone reveals on CNBC the reason behind his recent interest in Facebook stock.
The financial world's piñata may have been broken, and it looks like it's raining treats.
Burdensome levels of regulation are stunting growth, and nowhere is that more prevalent than with Obamacare, businessman Ken Langone said.
Some Catholic theologians backed by activist Ralph Nader are criticizing billionaire Ken Langone for comments to CNBC about potential church fundraising problems.
Time passes as Republicans and Democrats continue negotiations on a deal to avert the "fiscal cliff." Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and Ken Langone, Invemed Associates chairman, discuss where the negotiations stand and what needs to be done.
Discussing the U.S. economy, and how the "fiscal cliff" talks are impacting businesses, with, Ken Langone, Invemed Associates chairman.
The U.S. public education is reaching a crisis point and could destroy everything else around it if it isn’t fixed, Kenneth Langone, Invemed Associates chairman and president, told CNBC’s “Squawk Box” on Tuesday.
Mitt Romney will win the presidential election and must make deficit reduction and job growth his first priorities, outspoken businessman Ken Langone told CNBC.
Tuesday's hefty stock market drop is "a correction. It’s healthy. It’s no big thing. So what?" investor Ken Langone told CNBC.
Kenneth Langone, Invemed Associates chairman and president, discusses the markets and politics, including his support of GOP candidate, Mitt Romney; what worries him in the market; and where investors can find big opportunities.
Dodd-Frank and other costly regulations are punishing businesses, keeping them from expanding and creating more jobs, hedge fund investor Ken Langone told CNBC Tuesday.
Occupy Wall Street protesters are typical of a generation growing up less educated than the one before them and looking for the government to provide them a living, venture capitalist Ken Langone told CNBC.
President Obama's conduct during the debate over the debt ceiling has divided the country and will inflict damage that will last well after the battle is over, former New York Stock Exchange director Ken Langone said.