Whatever Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke says now is "temporary" because it looks like he'll be leaving his post, billionaire investor Ken Langone tells CNBC.» Read More
James Galbraith, economics professor, at University of Texas, discusses whether the "debt ceiling" saga is just another overrated crisis in Washington.
Morgan Stanley is more equity-centric than its peers, says David Trone, analyst at JMP Securities. "At this point in time you want to be equity-centric," he told CNBC's "Squawk Box."
Oil is slipping slightly this morning as the Algeria hostage crisis continues, with Boris Schlossberg, Managing Director, BK Asset Management; Kevin Book, ClearView Energy Partners; Barry Knapp; Barclays; and Rebecca Patterson, Bessemer Trust.
James Gorman, chairman & CEO of Morgan Stanley, says individual investors have left money in while waiting for good ideas.
Individual investors left their money with Morgan Stanley waiting for good ideas, Chairman and CEO James Gorman told CNBC Friday.
Facebook stock is "now normalizing," said James Gorman, CEO of Morgan Stanley, which was the lead underwriter on the social network's IPO.
Intel reported earnings of 48 cents a share on $13.5 billion in revenue. Hans Mosesmann, Raymond James, offers insight. "The story right now is mobility," he says.
The historic Indian Motorcycle brand got a new lease on life when Polaris acquired the company in 2011. The company is set to kick off its new branding campaign for the new bike, with Scott Wine, CEO of Polaris Industries.
Barry Knapp, Barclays, and Rebecca Patterson, Bessemer Trust, discuss where stock prices and the economy are headed.
Investment bank Morgan Stanley swung to a profit in the fourth quarter, as earnings beat expectations on Friday.
CNBC's Brian Shactman assesses Lance Armstrong's body language during his interview with Oprah Winfrey.
James Gorman, chairman & CEO of Morgan Stanley, shares his thoughts on the Facebook IPO, adding that Facebook stock is normalizing. "It's a great company," he says.
How big companies can be more innovative, with Steve Blank, Stanford Entrepreneurship Center.
CNBC's Kelly Evans reports on all the market moving events from Europe.
President Obama's approval rating currently stands at 52 percent, according to a recent poll. CNBC's John Harwood has details.
Phil Orlando, Federated Investors, weighs in on the markets, politics and more.
Boeing stock has weakened slightly due to safety concerns surrounding its 787 Dreamliner, but two analysts advised investors to hold on to their shares despite the turbulence.
Ariel Investments President Mellody Hobson explains why too much safety is bad for investors.
Steve Liesman looks at what the government could, and couldn't, pay for if it had to rely only on tax revenues.
Ariel Investments President Mellody Hobson explains why she thinks investors should be in stocks now. (2:26)
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