"I want a market economy," says GOP presidential candidate, Ron Paul discussing his thoughts on why America should go back to the gold standard; fixing the U.S. economy; and his fight with the Fed.
"You don't quit the race just because you're behind," says GOP presidential candidate, Rep. Ron Paul, (R-TX) discussing his plan to restore America and whether he will get enough delegates to win the nomination.
A couple of weeks ago European finance ministers attended an informal meeting in Copenhagen to sign off on one of the final components of the plan to deal with the debt crisis once and for all.
Discussing the French election and its impact on Europe and the euro, with Nicholas Burns, Harvard Kennedy School of Government professor.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera discusses what Americans can expect from the upcoming European elections and its impact on U.S. markets.
President Obama finds himself threatening to veto a significant measure — the Keystone Pipeline — that enjoys the support of an increasing number of Democrats, as well as most Republicans in Congress, The New York Times reports.
More people say the economy is improving, but a persistent wariness about their own circumstances is helping Mitt Romney, according to a New York Times/CBS News poll.
Sen. Kent Conrad (D-ND) discusses plans to use Simpson-Bowles' blueprint for deficit reduction in the mark up of a long term budget bill.
Rep. Eric Cantor, (R-VA), discusses how cutting taxes for small business will help boost the U.S. job picture, declaring taxes are one issue that will be resolved through this election.
High earners who are worried thattheir rates will rise have more than just the White House and Washington to blame. They can also look to two academically revered, if publicly obscure economists whose work is the subtext for the battle over tax fairness, The New York Times reports.
As the French presidential race enters its final lap, President Nicolas Sarkozy and his socialist opponent Francois Hollande look set to move on to the second round of the elections. But the country's far-left and far-right candidates may cause an upset.
David Walker, Comeback America Initiative founder & CEO, discusses the federal budget deficit; the presidential race; taxes and the "Buffet Rule," as well as the high cost of health care.
Debating whether VP Biden is deliberately going after Mitt Romney on his taxes and business success, with Keith Boykin, former Clinton White House aide; Robert Costa, National Review political reporter; and Matt Lewis, Daily Caller senior contributor.
"The economy has got some positives: it's got the market, it's got consumer confidence, and it's got central bankers throwing money around the world," says Jack Welch, former GE chairman & CEO, discussing stocks, the U.S. economy and the upcoming presidential election. Also, Larry Kudlow reports the UN Security Council has called an emergency session over a North Korean rocket launch.
The second bailout for Greece, the epicenter of the euro zone debt crisis, and recent liquidity programs have not resolved the euro zone debt crisis and the EU is unlikely to survive, George Soros, chairman of Soros Fund Management said on Thursday.
The wealthiest Americans got two huge tax breaks over the last ten years, says President Obama, delivering a speech on the U.S. economy and the "Buffett Rule", a tax principle that ensures millionaires pay the same effective tax rate as the middle class.
Commodity exporting nations should prepare for a future in which commodity prices are far less likely to increase at the pace of the last decade and could in fact decrease, an International Monetary Fund (IMF) report warned on Tuesday, in an update to its World Economic Outlook.
A look at the U.S. markets ahead of the open, including Alcoa earnings, Apple's new 52-week high, and an exclusive interview with Bubba Watson coming on later on CNBC, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
President Barack Obama signs the JOBS Act, which will make it easier for companies to go public and says, "the economy has begun to turn the corner, but still has a long way to go."
President Obama will sign The JOBS Act into law today. Discussing reasons why this bill could lead to more investment scams, with Greg Smith, Colorado Public Employees Retirement Association general counsel and Brett Martin, Sonar co-founder/CEO.