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After declaring that the world was in a state of “late Great Depression” on Tuesday, renowned Yale economist Robert Shiller hedged his words.
President Obama missed a chance to create jobs by not giving a go-ahead to the Keystone XL pipeline, a Republican National Committee spokesman said.
Businesses aren’t investing in the United States because of a lack of consumer demand, International Paper CEO John Faraci said Friday.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor weighed in on his pick for a Republican vice presidential nominee — a fellow Virginian, Gov. Bob McDonnell.
A federal rule that fast-tracks unionization elections is a nothing more political payback to organized labor, former General Motors Vice Chairman Bob Lutz said Tuesday.
After an extended silence on the Republican presidential candidates, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani endorsed presumptive nominee Mitt Romney as the guy to turn around America.
What businesses need right now is for the government to eliminate regulations and simplify the tax code, Home Depot co-founder Bernie Marcus said Monday.
The United States is a much bigger player in the energy sector than President Obama would have Americans believe, Sen. Lisa Murkowski said Friday.
The U.S. is on the verge of an economic “renaissance” thanks to abundant shale gas — and that demands a smart energy policy, Dow Chemical CEO Andrew Liveris said Thursday.
The U.S. economy grew at a rate of 2.4 percent since the second half of 2009, making this recovery a prime candidate for the worst in history, Ed Lazear said on CNBC's "The Kudlow Report" Wednesday.
Mitt Romney on Tuesday called the Buffett Rule a “gimmick” and dismissed the plan to make millionaires pay a minimum of 30 percent in income tax little more than political posturing.
The General Services Administration spending spree will mean that Congress will have to get to the bottom of what went wrong, Rep. Darrell Issa said Monday.
A former White House aide backed the “Buffett Rule” plan to make millionaires pay a greater tax rate Friday on “The Kudlow Report.”
The U.S. economy was showing “modest growth” in some sectors, as well as signs of strength, former General Electric CEO Jack Welch told CNBC.
President Obama’s “divide-and-conquer” approach isn’t what great leaders do, Jack Welch said Thursday.
The government’s safety net is too big and “growing too fast,” Herman Cain said Wednesday.
The recent stock market correction represents a buying opportunity, but with a caveat, said BlackRock’s Bob Doll said Wednesday.
President Obama’s move to raise taxes on the top 1 percent of households would actually bolster the economy, former chair of the Council of Economic Advisers Austen Goolsbee said Tuesday.
Stocks are still one of the best buys around with record highs possible for the next couple of years, Wharton finance professor Jeremy Siegel said Monday.
Don’t count out former Sen. Rick Santorum in his bid for the Republican presidential nomination, wealthy backer Foster Friess said Wednesday.