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
Banks are only lending money to those who don't need it, a trend that likely will be exacerbated by the recent JPMorgan Chase big trading loss, real estate magnate Donald Trump said.
Corporate boards stocked with marquee names can still succumb to the seductions of a charismatic CEO, said one Yale professor.
Wall Street financier Steven Ratter says individual investors shouldn't be playing the stock market. Do you think you can outperform a money manager?
Allowing high-frequency computer traders into the stock market is like letting “rats in the granary,” Warren Buffett’s right-hand man said in an exclusive CNBC interview.
Take a look at some of Monday's morning movers:
Warren Buffett says that Berkshire Hathaway is buying shares in two U.S. companies and will continue to buy them today, especially if they become cheaper in today's global stock sell-off. As usual, he's not naming those stocks, but does say they are names that are already in the Berkshire portfolio.
Warren Buffett reassured the tens of thousands of Berkshire Hathaway shareholders attending its annual meeting in Omaha today that his health is good and the next CEO will do a good job.
Warren Buffett is preparing for the main event of this year's annual meeting with tens of thousands of Berkshire Hathaway shareholders: tomorrow's (Saturday) marathon question-and-answer session at Omaha's CenturyLink Center arena. The recent announcement that he'll be treated for an early stage of prostate cancer is sure to be a major topic, along with continued questions about the company's succession plans.
April's job report lived up to muted expectations, with the economy creating a meager 115,000 jobs during the month as the unemployment rate fell to 8.1 percent.
Warren Buffett said Friday he had no plans to invest in the Facebook initial public offering, but said what’s happening with the social media giant is “extraordinary.”
Congress is unlikely to reach a deal before the end of the year that would derail the coming "taxmaggedon," when several pivotal tax cuts expire, former White House budget director Peter Orszag said.
Two more authors received the show's Blue Chip Book Award.
Private-sector employment increased by just 119,000 in April, according a report from ADP that puts a dent into the notion that the jobs market is on the path to a solid recovery.
My colleagues on CNBC's ‘Squawk Box’ turned another chapter today in their newly formed Book Club. This morning they talked with two great authors - two men who have each made a lasting impact on the business world - both deserving of the show's "Blue Chip Book Club Award."
Everything's closed! It's May Day, there are rallies across Europe, everything except the U.K. and Irish markets are closed.
The franchise kicked off with an award, "The Blue Chip Book Club Award" given to James Stewart, author of "Den of Thieves." He's the first recipient of an exclusive group of the world’s most prominent business authors.
Although Zynga beat earnings and revenue estimates on Thursday, one analyst told CNBC that the company may be experiencing the effect of the slowing of Facebook’s social game market.
Cloud computing is the next big thing, Tyler and Cameron Winklevoss, of Winklevoss Capital Partners, told CNBC on Squawk Box.
Earnings are strong, the U.S. is not in recession and Europe's problems have eased a bit. So why aren't more people in the stock market? Greg Fleming, president of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney, thinks investors are still mindful of what happened in 2008 and are remaining cautious.
Businesses' demand for cloud services will continue to grow over the next few years and Box.com, a cloud storage company, aims to capture some of that demand, Aaron Levie, CEO of Box.com, told CNBC on Squawk Box.
Kernen is co-anchor of "Squawk Box,"and is based in CNBC's global headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, N.J.
Based at CNBC's global headquarters, Quick is co-anchor of "Squawk Box," CNBC's signature morning program.
Sorkin is a co-anchor of "Squawk Box," a financial columnist for the New York Times and the editor of NYT's DealBook.