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"I definitely believe we help a great deal," says activist investor Carl Icahn, No. 17 on the CNBC 25 list.
Individual investors who are trading are basically speculating, and long-term investors shouldn't fall into that trap, Jack Bogle says.
Losing American corporations to overseas countries with lower corporate taxes would be a sin, the former chairman and CEO of GE tells CNBC.
Everyone will be surprised by how many flagship Starbucks will open in coming years, CEO Howard Schultz tells CNBC.
Missing out on the huge Internet market of Japan marked one of Meg Whitman's biggest blunders, the No. 18 name on CNBC's First 25 list said.
In 1989, most could happily live without a computer; now we can't live without a far more potent machine than any desktop of that era—our smartphone.
In 25 years the U.S. dollar will probably still be the world's reserve currency, and bitcoin may not be around at all.
Some themes recur in the stories of great entrepreneurs. But what stands out are their unexpected failures--and their grit to get back in the game.
Slowing job churn and new business formation in the U.S. means a smaller pool of start-ups that will become tomorrow's high-growth job-generators.
From the savings and loan debacle to the financial crisis, the past 25 years yielded a bumper crop of financial rogues. Here's a sampling.
Automated trading and government regulation are transforming the Wall Street ecosystem. Will these forces make the financial epicenter obsolete?
Few corporations can pivot fast enough to recover after going bankrupt. Here's some inspiring turnarounds that made history over the last 25 years.
Even brands that are part of our cultural landscape cannot withstand the test of time. Here's some that vanished over the last 25 years.
The rise of the Internet, advances in medicine and green tech spawned all sorts of new jobs. A look at some that evolved over the past 25 years.
As money gets stored digitally and cards aren't necessary for purchases, the wallet may go out of business.
As banks fight for profit, branches will be retooled into community hubs with interactive tech so consumers can do a host of retail transactions.
In the world of finance, the landscape is likely to be a lot different in 25 years than it is today
Income inequality is growing and the rich keep getting richer. In 25 years a serial entrepreneur with grand visions may cross the wealth threshold.
Here's how the wealthiest people may manage their fortunes in 25 years.
It’s been hard enough teaching people how to save for their retirement. It could be more difficult to teach them how to spend that retirement savings.
An era of innovation dominated by secretive corporate labs is ending. Time for you to help crowdfund the future.
Tips on the best-performing portfolio strategies and global market trends that can help you become a smarter investor.
CNBC and Institutional Investor host the 4th Annual Delivering Alpha Conference.