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Mark Bertolini explains why he was nervous about the Affordable Care Act rollout and his concerns about whether enough people will sign up to make the program work.
The debt ceiling and government shutdown stalemate in Washington is a "case of massive dysfunction and lack of leadership," former Citigroup Chairman Richard Parsons told CNBC.
Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., told CNBC that he was "a little bit" offended by anti-debt crusader Erskine Bowles calling all lawmakers children.
Sen. Bob Corker, (R-TN), says some Republicans overreached on Obamacare while some Democrats overreached by wanting to bust the budget control act, yet a compromise could be forthcoming, as Senators Reid and McConnell work on a debt deal.
Fix the Debt co-Chair Erskine Bowles told CNBC that Treasury's Thursday deadline to increase the nation's borrowing limit is a "soft date."
Erskine Bowles, Campaign to Fix the Debt co-chair, says the nation wants to see the government open again, pay its bills and that "talk of default is nuts." Lawmakers need to talk about reforming the tax code, entitlement reform, and make social security solvent, Bowles added.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to about a 100-point loss at the open for the Dow Monday, as a third week begins with no debt ceiling deal and the government shutdown entering Day 14.
Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., told CNBC on Monday that lawmakers like himself who have been labeled "debt-deniers" are actually "pro-American."
Peter Fisher, BlackRock Investment Institute, explains why some investors are "selling off" their short-term bonds, as uncertainty continues over whether the government will default on its debt, which Fisher thinks is highly unlikely.
Richard Parsons, Providence Equity Partners, discusses some of the '"glitches" associated with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act and the costs associated with the new health care program.
Former Citigroup Chairman Richard Parsons said on CNBC Monday that a "new breed" of highly conservative politicians are "anti-democratic."
Jeffrey Saut, Raymond James, explains how a hit in the market could create a buying opportunity for investors. And Nariman Behravesh, IHS chief economist, says a hit in the fourth quarter could limit growth to "below one percent."
CNBC's John Harwood reports an agreement on the debt ceiling extension could come as early as today, as the Senate readies a vote on the floor and Thursday's deadline looms.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as automaker Peugeot Citroen falls nearly ten percent in Monday trading.
The natural gas upswing in the U.S. has been well-documented, but famed short-seller Jim Chanos says he's a "glass half-empty kind of guy" and there's a downside to boom.
Washington is groping for a deal on extending the debt ceiling. Yet banks are where all the action is.
Talking Squawk looks at our big interviews with Daryl from "The Walking Dead", Jack Welch, Jim Chanos and T. Boone Pickens. Plus, we debate the merits of megayachts versus kayaks.
Jack Welch, Jack Welch Management Institute executive chairman, says that if they had any in-house candidates, the company would have announced it already. And he believes that while Alan Mulally is a great CEO, there's a better guy.
A sustained low interest rate environment is not what the U.S. economy needs anymore, KeyCorp CEO Beth Mooney told CNBC on Friday.
Scott Siefers, bank analyst, Sandler O'Neil & Partners LP, says the good news is Wells Fargo beat, the credit environment is improving and expenses are down. That said, mortgages and loan growth were down and it could be a rough ride from here on out.
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Becky Quick is co-anchor of "Squawk Box," CNBC's signature morning program. She's also a columnist for Fortune.
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