James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute economic policy analyst, and Andy Green, Center for American Progress managing director of economic policy, debate Senator Elizabeth Warren's Accountable Capitalism Act.
BET Founder Bob Johnson and former Medtronic CEO Bill George weigh in on Senator Elizabeth Warren's Accountable Capitalism Act.
Jeffrey Miron, Harvard director of undergraduate studies, discusses why he thinks Elizabeth Warren's Accountable Capitalism Act is "seriously misguided."
Democrats view socialism more positively than capitalism, according to a new Gallup poll, and it's mostly because voters on that side of the aisle view capitalism less favorably than they did a couple years ago.
Jeremy Grantham, the longtime investor famous for calling the last two major bubbles in the market, urges capitalists and "mainstream economists" to recognize the looming threat of climate change.
I feel very positive someone like Howard Schultz may be considering running for president, says Ken Langone, Invemed Associates founder, and "I Love Capitalism" author, talking about capitalism, Trump's election and how it may benefit other potential presidential candidates.
A growing number of young people are dissatisfied with the way the economy is run and they reject capitalism. These professors explore what they really want in The Conversation.
CNBC's Geoff Cutmore and Steve Sedgwick speak about economic dependency between the U.S. and China.
McNamee suggested Amazon be split into three or four companies and Facebook be separated from Instagram.
John Wood of Room to Read says he wants to refute the idea that business only exists to return profits.
Jeff Lynn believes crowdfunding is part of the solution to the rise of populism, the Financial Times reports.
Robert Reich, former Labor Secretary and author of "Saving Capitalism", discusses the U.S. economy and the GOP tax reform bill.
Buffettism is to avoid competition and minimize capital investment in the real economy, Financial Times reports.
The latest WEF report stressed that the way a country measures economic growth must be re-imagined to prioritize people's living standards.
The former GOP vice presidential nominee called the Carrier deal an example of "crony capitalism," NBC reports.
America must work with all nations to build stronger economies, U.S. President Barack Obama wrote in the Economist.
Capitalism's sustainability is threatened by this growing trend in the U.S., says Steve Odland, the former CEO of Office Depot and AutoZone.
Robert Reich, former Secretary of Labor for the Clinton Administration and UC Berkeley professor, and CNBC Senior Contributor Larry Kudlow discuss whether we can save capitalism and if Bernie Sanders' ideas of democratic socialism are a way to go.
Rapper Nas has quietly become an angel investor through his venture capital firm QueensBridge Venture Partners.
What has undermined faith in our economic system and the very values needed to sustain it? Steve Odland has the answer.