Democratic elder statesman Bob Kerrey tells CNBC he sides with Republicans on the economy and national defense and Democrats on social issues.
If America backs out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, free trade allies in the region may turn to China, Chamber of Commerce CEO Tom Donohue says.
J&J's consumer brands and medical devices units are poised for growth following turnaround efforts, CEO Alex Gorsky says.
Lowe's reports quarterly earnings and revenue that topped analysts' expectations.
Former Sen. Bob Kerrey of the Minerva Institute, weighs in on who he thinks will be the Democratic presidential nominee.
CNBC's Jim Cramer weighs in on how conflicting economic data, consumer spending and commodity prices are impacting the markets.
CNBC's Robert Frank tours a massive Florida estate that includes a see-through house and the largest single piece of glass in any pool.
Ben Nelson, Minerva founder, talks about the problems associated with the growing load of debt that follows many college graduates.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports live from Chicago's O'Hare Airport on congestion along security lines as summer travel ramps up this season.
Joseph Feldman, Sr. Managing Director at the Telsey Advisory Group, breaks down Target's quarterly results and weighs in on the retail sector.
Liz Ann Sonders, Charles Schwab, shares her outlook on the consumer. Consumers are smarter and more conservative, says Sonders, weighing in on consumer trends.
Thomas Donohue, CEO & President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, explains how new technology has impacted jobs in the manufacturing industry.
Thomas Donohue, CEO & President of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, shares his thoughts on why the Trans-Pacific Partnershop agreement would create jobs.
Former Sen. Bob Kerrey of the Minerva Institute, talks about where he thinks the Democrats and Republicans can find bipartisan agreement.
Kurt Graves, Intarcia Therapeutics CEO, discusses how the company's product eliminates the need for daily injections for type 2 diabetes and instead delivers a steady dose of medicine over the course of a year,
John Martin, Turner CEO explains how his company plans to capitalize by improving ads and profit by cord-cutting consumers.
Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky talks about implementing the company's turnaround plan and addesses safety concerns about talcum powder.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell talks with Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky about his plans to grow consumer brands and medical devices.
Former Sen. Bob Kerrey of the Minerva Institute says he is to the right of Bernie Sanders on economic issues and is not interested in running for public office. Also Kerrey shares his thoughts on how social media is impacting politics.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports Johnson & Johnson expects to see $6 billion in sales potential from its new devices and projects five $1 billion consumer brands by 2020, including Listerine, Neutrogena and Johnson's Baby.
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