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
Ken Langone, Invemed Associates chairman and president, called Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke a "lame duck."
Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell. Today Cramer explains why he thinks FedEx is a "terrific company" after reporting its quarterly results.
Julie Uhrman, OUYA founder & CEO, explains how her $99 gaming console could give PlayStation and Xbox a run for their money by allowing developers to publish game apps to the television.
CNBC's Steve Liesman, and Randy Kroszner, former Federal Reserve Board governor, provide insight into what to expect from the FOMC's meeting.
The first official report is out on how big banks have changed or not changed their lending practices since the revelation of robosigning and other foreclosure problems, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
Harvard University's Martin Feldstein discusses how the Fed's policy has created a "bubble" in the long-term bond market and investors have been losing money as the market has come to "adjust" to it.
John Barnes, RBC Capital Markets analyst, breaks down the shipping company's better-than-expected earnings, powered in part by lower fuel prices.
Jorge Perez, The Related Group of Florida chairman & CEO, discusses where he is seeing investment opportunities in Miami real estate properties.
Dean Curnutt, Macro Risk Advisors, discusses why he believes there is an "unhealthy interaction" between Fed policy and markets.
Ken Langone, Invemed Associates chairman and president, reveals where he is finding opportunities in public markets and private sectors.
Jeff Knight, Columbia Management, and Allen Sinai, Decision Economics, discuss Ben Bernanke's future and the likelihood of the Federal Reserve to actually begin tapering its process.
Politico's Ben White, explains why he believes the Fed chairman will likely leave his post within the next few months.
John Silvia, Wells Fargo Securities, and Barbara Marcin, Gabelli Dividend Income Fund, discuss whether investors should reconsider allocating their portfolios as the Fed wraps up its two-day policy meeting.
Catherine Mann, Brandeis International Business School, and Julia Coronado, BNP Paribas, share their perspective on what will likely be revealed from today's FOMC minutes, and the future of the Fed's bond-buying program.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as investors await the Fed's policy statement following its two-day meeting.
Sam Shank, CEO of HotelTonight, explains how his new app allows impulse travelers and procrastinators to book same-day hotel reservations from their mobile phones and at a discount.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on consumers and housing and discusses what it indicates about the economy, with CNBC's Steve Liesman and economist Stu Hoffman.
Robert Kindler, Morgan Stanley vice chairman, explains why the market likes strategic deals and provides an overview of what's driving M&A activity and the prospects for the future.
Frederic Mishkin, Columbia University economics professor, discusses Ben Bernanke's economic policies and the future of the Fed chairman.
Former KPMG partner Scott London pleaded guilty to insider trading as part of a plea agreement, reports CNBC's Jane Well.
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