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Bank results are on a roll, and it's picking up speed. Yet these stocks are starting to look pricey.
CNBC's Jim Cramer asks Treasury Secretary Jack Lew if it is appropriate for federal officials to comment on individual market movements.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew talks with CNBC's Jim Cramer about the evolution of trade agreements and the real power of China. Lew says the global economy depends on a good U.S. China relationship.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew talks with CNBC's Jim Cramer about corporate tax inversions.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew tells CNBC that cyber-security is no longer the sole responsibility of IT departments -- CEOs need to focus on 'cyber hygiene' as well. His comments came during an interview with CNBC's Jim Cramer at the Delivering Alpha conference on Wednesday.
In a wide-ranging conversation, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew talks with CNBC's Jim Cramer about shoring up Internet safety, tax inversions, reforming GSEs, and hitting the U.S. debt ceiling.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, discusses how cyber intrusions are impacting and interrupting businesses and the U.S. financial systems.
At CNBC's Delivering Alpha Conference, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew addresses the concerns of cyberattack on the financial world.
Jerry Levin, former Time Warner chairman and CEO, shares his thoughts on changes coming to the media sector. We are in a new ball game now, says Levin.
William Daley, Argentière Capital, shares his thoughts on market activity and corporate inversion. They are taking advantage of the law, says Daley, referring to companies moving overseas to escape U.S. corporate taxes.
Murdoch's stunning $80 billion offer for Time Warner may have been rejected, but more media consolidation is likely, ex-Time Warner chief Levin tells CNBC.
The Treasury secretary also says the financial system, finally recovering from the recession, faces another perilous challenge: cyberattacks.
Leon Cooperman, the founder of $10.7 billion hedge fund firm Omega Advisors, doesn't believe stocks are overvalued.
Sara Ellison, Vanity Fair, shares her thoughts on why Time Warner rejected 21st Century Fox's $80 billion offer.
David Bank, RBC Capital Markets, and CNBC's Julia Boorstin, discusses why the combination of Time Warner and 21st Century Fox makes sense.
Georg Szalai, The Hollywood Reporter, shares his thoughts on the challenges facing a merger of Time Warner and 21st Century Fox.
Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors chairman & CEO, reveals how he is playing the stocks in his portfolio now, and shares his winning investment strategy.
Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors chairman & CEO, shares his winning investment strategy. The market is finally in a zone of fair and reasonable valuations, says Cooperman.
I think you need to go to at least $100 per share, says Tony Wible, Janney Capital Markets analyst, explaining why he thinks 21st Century Fox needs to increase its offer for Time Warner.
The industry is ripe for consolidation, says Larry Haverty, GAMCO analyst, sharing his thoughts on the media industry and Time Warner's rejection of 21st Century Fox's bid.
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