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CNBC's Becky Quick speaks to former President Bill Clinton about issues globally and in the U.S. that could be fixed with $40 billion. Education; universal access to rapid broadband and job opportunities are some of the issues he would like to fix.
Former President Bill Clinton says he has no problem with the current inversion rules, but Washington needs a bipartisan solution to reform corporate taxes.
"We need to reform the tax system," says former President Bill Clinton expressing his position on corporate tax inversions.
CNBC's Becky Quick speaks to former President Bill Clinton about the state of the U.S. economy. Clinton explains why the middle class has stagnated and gives three reasons why medium income has not improved.
CNBC's Becky Quick speaks to former President Bill Clinton speaks about the bombing of ISIS and Obama's strategy in Iraq. Clinton says the he thinks the fight will last, however it does not mean a prolonged land war.
Seen by critics as a close ally of the elite, Hillary Clinton will have to appeal to middle class voters amid criticism that she is out of touch.
*Britain implores Scotland to stay, offers more powers. *Polling stations open at 0600 GMT on Thursday. EDINBURGH, Sept 17- On the eve of Scotland's independence referendum, the fate of the United Kingdom rests on hundreds of thousands of wavering Scottish voters as opinion polls showed supporters of the 307- year union just a whisker ahead of secessionists.
NEW YORK, Sept 12- Kenny G, the best-selling jazz musician who once played at President Bill Clinton's inaugural ball, wakes up every morning to Starbucks. Instead, the man whose real name is Kenny Gorelick obsessively checks the company's stock price.
ANKARA, Aug 8- Tayyip Erdogan is set to secure his place in history as Turkey's first popularly-elected president on Sunday, but his tightening grip on power has polarised the nation, worried Western allies and raised fears of creeping authoritarianism.
WASHINGTON, Aug 5- U.S. and African companies and the World Bank on Tuesday pledged more than $17 billion in investments in construction, energy and information technology projects in Africa to showcase U.S. economic interest in the fast-growing region.
WASHINGTON, Aug 5- U.S. companies pledged new investment in Africa on Tuesday as part of $14 billion in construction, clean energy, banking, and information technology projects to be unveiled by U.S.
WASHINGTON, Aug 5- President Barack Obama will announce on Tuesday that U.S. businesses have committed to investing $14 billion in construction, clean energy, banking, and information technology projects across Africa, a White House official said.
WASHINGTON, Aug 1- Few people in Washington believe Republicans will try to impeach President Barack Obama.
Richard Mellon Scaife, the grand-nephew of Andrew Mellon, has died.
Obama topped a new Quinnipiac University national poll that asked respondents whom they thought has been the worst president since WWII.
"Meet the Press" moderator David Gregory discusses the Clinton family's preparedness to discuss their wealth.
Blackstone exec Bruce Wrobel did well and wanted to do good—and that may have had tragic consequences.
The two new nominees to the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors are expected to push for an expanded Fed role in managing the U.S. economy.
President Barack Obama praised the new Sept. 11 museum on Thursday as "a sacred place of healing and of hope."
CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin previews his interview with Timothy Geithner, former United States Secretary of Treasury, on his new book about the financial crisis.