Larry Kudlow has some serious concerns about Donald Trump's economic plan—and how some policies would hurt the economy.» Read More
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.
Following a stinging criticism of his federal budget proposal by President Obama, Republican Congressman Paul Ryan lashed back on Tuesday.
Tightening oil production worldwide could mean prices will hit $148 per barrel this summer, Texas billionaire investor T. Boone Pickens said Tuesday.
“Pink slime” — officially called “lean finely textured beef” — is getting a bum rap, Gov. Sam Brownback said Friday. And he wants consumers and purveyors to know that it’s a “safe, wholesome product.”
Negativity in the Republican presidential primaries is part of the process and the party will have to lure back disenchanted voters, former Republican National Committee chairman Ed Gillespie said Monday.
The Republican presidential primary has practically been decided with an “almost-certain nominee,” Sen. Mitch McConnell said Thursday.
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Harold Hamm, CEO of Continental Resources and Mitt Romney’s energy advisor, on Thursday called for increased support of the oil and gas industries as part of a national energy policy.
“We’re building what is the largest infrastructure project in North America,” said TransCanada spokesman James Miller, expressing confidence the pipeline will be approved. “We’re putting a lot of people to work.”
To the Obama administration, that's anyone making over $250,000. But what do you think?
Many corporate executives and investors believe that the policies of the current administration...
As the question of extending the Bush tax cut remains up in the air, President George W. Bush defended the cuts on CNBC Monday, saying that they lead to job growth.
Whether it’s cutting those taxes, shrinking government or strengthening the dollar, Kudlow thinks this is the best way to rev up the economy and put Americans back to work.