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When tax rates are lowered, the economy grows. That's how Rep. Paul Ryan described the Republican approach to reforming the tax code.
Rep. Paul Ryan, (R-WI), shares his "pro-growth" ideas to lower tax rates on business and families and create jobs. Simplifying the tax code is clearly one of the best things we can do to create growth and jobs in this economy, says Ryan.
There's a lot of value in Europe now, says Jim O'Shaughnessy, O'Shaughnessy Asset Management, explaining why he thinks U.S. investors need to add exposure to non-U.S. markets. Cheapness married to good fundamentals, dividend yields and momentum, seems to work very well in Europe, says O'Shaugnessy.
Every day we went out to shoot video it was an eye-popping experience, says NBC News Correspondent Harry Smith, talking about his new documentary on the big business of marijuana. Two pot shops in Colorado brought in about $1 million in total sales in January, producing about $56,000 in local sales taxes. Forty percent of the business comes from edibles, says Smith.
Frank Bisignano, CEO of First Data, discusses how his company's new partnership with Visa to supply chip-enhanced credit cards will increase security for consumers.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera talks with Tomas Fiala, Dragon Capital founder and CEO about the change in Ukraine's central bank policies and its decision to weaken the hryvnia.
Russ Koesterich, BlackRock, provides his outlook on market volatility, emerging market uncertainty and what happens to U.S. interest rates.
The environment that small business works in has changed over the last decade, says Kevin O'Leary, "Shark Tank" co-host, sharing his thoughts on what's ailing small business in the U.S. and the impact of raising the minimum wage.
John Venhuizen, CEO of Ace Hardware, discusses how his company was able to profit from this winter's harsh weather. Our salt business is up 235%, says Venhuizen.
The country has neglected the energy sector, says Robert Hormats, Kissinger Associates vice chairman, sharing his thoughts on widespread political instability in Venezuela.
The Ukrainians will have to figure out a solution for themselves, says Robert Hormats, Kissinger Associates vice chairman, sharing perspective on widespread political instability in Ukraine.
It is a change in policy by the central bank, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, as Ukraine's hryvnia falls to a record low.
Brian Nagel, Oppenheimer senior equity analyst, breaks down the fourth quarter numbers for the home improvement retailer, and explains why he would pick Home Depot over Lowe's. Both companies are positioned to profit from pent-up demand as the weather warms, says Nagel.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports the conversation at the Mobile World Congress in Spain is all about ways to monetize big data.
Craig Barrett, former Chairman & CEO of Intel, shares his thoughts on Facebook's acquisition of WhatsApp, and net neutrality.
Peter Elston, Aberdeen Asset Management, says that growth across the globe is losing steam while concerns about the PBOC's grip over the Yuan are unwarranted.
Macy's beat is on the margins, says Matthew Boss, JPMorgan analyst, breaking down the retailer's Q4 results and explaining why investors should consider buying the stock on the dip.
The big box retailer has come up with a way for consumers to buy the new car they want quickly and without the hassle of haggling, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Craig Barrett told CNBC that he applauded Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for following the adage coined by Intel's Andy Grove: "'Only the paranoid survive.'"
While the major indexes rallied on Monday, most people failed to notice the poor close.
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