Earlier on Friday, Schwarzman was announced as the chair of Donald Trump's strategic and policy forum.
A Mexican official tells CNBC that "nobody" there believed Trump's campaign rhetoric, but they believe him now.
Trump's pick for secretary of defense accused by ex-Army Special Forces officer of 'leaving my men to die' in Afghanistan, reports NBC News.
The Starbucks CEO has actually lived the American Dream.
A single dose of a hallucinogenic drug helped cancer patients stave off depression and anxiety for months, according to two new studies.
Regulators must defend Wall Street regulation and resist efforts to dilute them in a way that may prevent a future crisis, a Fed official warned on Friday.
Relying on the one headline number as an indicator of the economy's direction ignores a lot of important information just below the surface.
Here's what investors should have done instead of cherry-picking key sectors to buy and sell.
Stephen Weiss of Short Hills Capital Partners reviews the main factors driving stocks and how investors should be positioned for next week.
These investment ideas will help your money grow no matter what the political environment, says UBS's Mark Haefele.
OPEC removed uncertainty from the market by delivering an output cut deal, but crude price volatility is likely to persist.
Ret. Gen. James Mattis' ties to General Dynamics may raise conflict questions.
Trader Jim Lebenthal added Pfizer as one of this top holdings for CNBC PRO's model portfolio competition.
The Italian political system is a mess and one of the main reasons the economy is weak.
Italian citizens will vote on constitutional reform on Sunday in what is seen by many analysts as the most significant European political event of 2016.
Some companies are paying interns more than $8,000 a month.
If you're stuck on what to get someone this holiday season, it's hard to go wrong with a gadget.
One of the most influential business leaders of his generation is also one of the most thought-provoking.
There is no law that says Trump has to stop tweeting when he's president—nor should there be, says legal analyst Dan Eaton.