Express Scripts CEO Tim Wentworth explains at our Capital Exchange: Longevity Economy event in DC that with close to 25% of his employees over 50, there’s varying degrees of skill adaptation. He’s seen an inclusive culture that that allows people to help people differently.
Siemens USA CEO Barbara Humpton talks about the longevity economy at the Capital Exchange event. “This is a great time for our business and we want the generations together”
At CNBC's Capital Exchange event on Thursday, Uber's first-ever diversity and inclusion officer, Bo Young Lee, revealed the steps she needed to take to begin turning the tide at the troubled ride-hailing company.
Liddy Mason from the AgingWell Hub talks to Contessa Brewer discusses how, as people live longer and healthier lives than ever before, they will stay in their jobs longer and will redefine what it means to ‘act your age.’
At the Capital Exchange breakfast in DC, National Women’s Law Center President and CEO Fatima Goss Graves talks about the impact of biases on business decisions.
Chief Economist of the Rutgers University Heldrich Center for Workforce Development and fmr. Chief Economist of the U.S. Department of Labor shares the three trends that have impacted how we work at CNBC’s Capital Exchange: Diversity & Inclusion event.
Trade negotiations are focused on getting China to buy more U.S. goods rather than getting it to ship less, Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said.
Siemens USA CEO Barbara Humpton asked the age-old question at Capital Exchange: where’s the workforce going to come from? As the scales have tipped, one thing Humpton feels good about now: "not trying to legislate way around adapting to changing demographics.”
Georgetown’s AgingWell Hub Director explains the impact of the world’s “juvenescence” on the workforce. And with a future workforce of three generations, businesses will need new management strategies to adjust. The aging population will also necessitate new policies to secure more caregivers for the elderly than ever before.
At CNBC’s Capital Exchange event, Express Scripts CEO doesn’t believe older workers’ benefits are much more expensive, but they may be different: “You have benefits that are as inclusive as you want your culture to be.”
White House budget director Mick Mulvaney acknowledges that when it comes to some of the key policy debates, he and other fiscal conservatives are often coming up on the short end.
Ross said talks with China have made progress and the country appears open to some of the White House's requests.
"The Democratic Party is not a socialist party," California Rep. Maxine Waters said in an interview with CNBC's John Harwood on Wednesday.
Representative Jeb Hensarling sat down with CNBC's Kayla Tausche for a one-on-one interview at our Capital Exchange event in WASHINGTON. When asked about the $12 billion relief package for the U.S. farm community antithetical to what he's fought for, Hensarling says he was "somewhat incredulous" when he heard the news.
Representative Maxine Waters tells John Harwood at our third Capital Exchange breakfast event that she plans to pay attention to GSE reform, saying she is “going to try and undo the harm that Mr. Mulvaney has done to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.”
OMB director and acting director of the CFPB Mick Mulvaney shares with John Harwood at our third Capital Exchange breakfast event that he's comfortable the president is hearing all sides of the argument, joking that he's losing, but at the highest level.
The White House plan to provide aid to farmers hit by tariffs — as well as the president's ability to pit the United States in an international trade war — is evidence that the president has too much power, Rep. Jeb Hensarling said Wednesday.
The U.S. government is seeking $1.2 million from Lance Armstrong’s former cycling team manager to wrap up a lawsuit that accused him and Armstrong of ripping off the U.S. Postal Service more than 14 years ago, USA Today reports.
A look at today’s Federal Reserve indicates that President Trump might have little resistance to gaining total control of the central bank.
The surveys show a clear majority supports abortion rights as President Donald Trump prepares to appoint a new justice to the Supreme Court to replace Anthony Kennedy.
China is slashing income taxes in an attempt to pump some money into the economy and to reduce inequality, the Financial Times reports.
Investors may be obsessing over Trump trade policies, but another government body could really be driving the sell-off: the Fed. The downturn is just the beginning, says one market watcher.
Facebook said it faced an expansion of federal investigations into its sharing of user data with the political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica.
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