"I think she's pivoting," says crypto investor Michael Novogratz. Her recent language "is a lot softer than 'all billionaires cheat,'" he adds.
Initially introduced in March 2018, the "Worker Dividend Act" requires firms to distribute the value of its stock buybacks dollar-for-dollar.
LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff are backing multiple Democratic candidates in the 2020 presidential race.
Following two deadly shootings at Walmart stores this summer, the company is taking displays of violent video games out of stores.
The Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act would remove pot from the Controlled Substances Act.
"It's nice to be able to promise some of these things, but they have got to be realistic," says the Indiana Democrat who also served as governor of his state.
As public backlash against big tech companies grows, Jay Carney's dual role of managing PR and public policy is becoming a lot to handle.
The U.S. should provide monetary help to groups who have been "disproportionately discriminated against," says former Facebook executive Chris Hughes.
Democrats want the IRS and FTC to investigate tax software giants for allegedly steering customers away from free tax preparation options.
More Americans say they are likely to oppose rather than support President Donald Trump in the 2020 presidential election because of his handling of health care, according to a new ABC/Washington Post poll.
The U.S. has roughly $1.57 trillion in student debt — the U.S. government holds more than 90 percent of it. Some Democrats want to make that, or at least a large portion of it, disappear. But is it a good idea?
The U.S. has roughly $1.57 trillion in student debt. Some Democrats want to make that, or at least a large portion of it, disappear. The idea of canceling student debt has been gaining steam with 2020 candidates vying for the votes of young college-educated Americans. But what would it actually take to erase a big chunk of government-held student debt, and is it really a good idea? Watch the video to hear what experts and students think about plans to forgive student debt.
Former U.S. Senators Heidi Heitkamp and Judd Gregg join "Squawk Box" to discuss how the Democrats may fare in the 2020 election against President Trump.
The first primary isn't until February, but there's no shortage of Democratic contenders hoping to take on President Trump in 2020.
Booker's so-called baby bonds proposal, which has quickly become a centerpiece of his campaign, would provide every child born in the U.S. with a $1,000 savings account.
Elizabeth Warren, Andrew Yang and other proponents of forgiving student debt argue it will jolt the economy. But it may not benefit who you think.
Nearly every candidate support federal legalization of recreational marijuana and many call for expunging federal charges for those prosecuted.
Wall Street, finance executives bet early on a range of Democratic presidential candidates, even as contenders seek distance from big-money donors.
In front of a Pennsylvania crowd, Sanders made his case for a government-run health-care plan and responded to criticism that it would end private insurance.
Roughly 66% of students support the move.