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With the Federal Reserve and now Bank of Japan printing massive amounts of money, billionaire investor Jim Rogers told CNBC he is shorting U.S. government debt.
Investor "euphoria" is taking stocks higher but eventually will be their undoing, market bear Marc Faber told CNBC.
Deadly diseases like malaria, tuberculosis and HIV that afflict the world's poorest the most can be eradicated, Microsoft founder Bill Gates said, but he worries austerity measures could clip some public funding.
Frankfort told CNBC that shareholders are more fickle than shoppers and the company has a lot of plans for growth. They expect 50-percent growth in the men's brand and a huge push in mobile.
Mutual funds that are actively managed tend to lag the broader stock market because they have grown too large and have too many costs, Jack Bogle, co-founder of Vanguard and father of the index fund, told CNBC.
Making the health care system function better could save $2 trillion on health costs over the next decade, Dr. David Blumenthal, Commonwealth Fund president, told CNBC on Friday.
Apple doesn't just want a deal with China Mobile, the iPhone maker needs it, said David Pearl, an analyst at Epoch, on CNBC Thursday.
Attorney David Boies says Hank Greenberg's lawsuit against the U.S. government over the $182 billion bailout of AIG is on solid legal footing.
The CEO behind such brands as Corona, Svedka and Manischewitz said a late-2012 slowdown was due to "fiscal cliff" blues.
It was not in the interest of AIG, its shareholders or the public to sue the U.S. over the terms of its bailout, CEO Robert Benmosche told CNBC on Wednesday.
The deal to avert the "fiscal cliff" was a "missed opportunity" but politicians shouldn't use the debt ceiling to force greater spending cuts and entitlement reform, Erskine Bowles, co-chair of President Barack Obama's 2010 debt commission, told CNBC on Friday.
Anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist repeated his call for spending cuts instead of tax increases to deal with the country's fiscal problems.
To provide all Americans with health insurance, premiums will have to rise to pay for it, Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini told CNBC on Wednesday.
Widely-followed bank analyst Meredith Whitney on Tuesday turned bullish on bank stocks, but not every trader agrees.