By: Michelle Fox
The real driver of the country's economic expansion is productivity, and 2 to 3 percent growth is needed, Bill Gross says. » Read More
The Goldman Sachs CEO made his comments in an interview on CNBC's "Power Lunch" on Wednesday.
Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs Chairman & CEO, speaks with CNBC's David Faber about Donald Trump's claims that he and other financial titans are working in secret with Hillary Clinton to destroy U.S. sovereignty in favor of special interest groups.
The economy is moving into a period of higher inflation but still-tepid growth, posing a difficult investing environment, the famed short seller said.
Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs Chairman & CEO, speaks with CNBC's David Faber about his company's earnings and those of other banks.
Steve Case, Revolution co-founder & chairman and AOL co-founder, speaks with CNBC's Jon Fortt about his vision of the future for the tech industry.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the decline in television ratings for the NFL and Major League Baseball.
CNBC Senior Contributor and informal Trump campaign advisor Larry Kudlow discusses Melania Trump's response to her husband's hot-mic tape.
Sri Kumar, Sri-Kumar Global Strategies President, talks about the Federal Reserve's Beige Book release and the Fed's view of the U.S. economy.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports the latest on the Federal Reserve's Beige Book release.
Kyle Bass, Hayman Capital Management, speaks to CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin about his views on China's banking system.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest housing starts and how it is affecting homebuilder stocks.
John Ralston, Nevada political commentator, discusses how the presidential election outcome will affect Nevada's congressional race.
Foster Friess, Friess Associates Founder and Chairman, discusses his support for Donald Trump and what he's looking for at the last presidential debate.
Give me silver, rose and gold!
Netflix could break way, way higher, according to technical analyst Rich Ross, who sees a familiar pattern in the charts.
People are looking for returns from bonds, but they'll need rate reductions that may not happen, Ernesto Ramos says.
The British people have shot themselves in the foot by voting for Brexit, billionaire Richard Branson told CNBC on Tuesday.
The U.S. could benefit from having an entrepreneur as president, just not Donald Trump, Virgin Group founder Richard Branson told CNBC.