With choppy markets and uncertainty about the future, Americans are parking their retirement savings in cash instead of looking for opportunities to earn income, Robert Kapito, BlackRock president and founder, told CNBC’s "Power Lunch" on Monday.
Fear is permeating through businesses and consumers these days. Michael Leven, Las Vegas Sands president & COO, says companies and people are afraid, and that "people have to understand the United States economy is the single most important thing in the world economy."
Discussing Greg Smith's book, "Why I Left Goldman Sachs,' and the culture of Wall Street, with Michael Leven, Las Vegas Sands president & COO.
Michael Leven, Las Vegas Sands president & COO, discusses how to improve current tax policies, and create jobs.
Discussing how most governments are not confronting their fiscal problems, and why it puts the resort industry in a vulnerable position, with Michael Leven, Las Vegas Sands president & COO.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer lays out a plan for distinguishing a healthy yield from an ailing yield.
Jack Degan, Harbor Advisory CIO, discusses the outlook for GE, and breaks down the company's third quarter numbers of $0.36 EPS, on revenues of $36.3 billion; short of estimates.
CNBC's David Faber reports HCA raised $2.5 billion in bond sales, and discusses the impact on dividend taxes if the 2013 tax cut expires.
Robert Doll, BlackRock senior advisor, and Jeff Rosenberg, BlackRock fixed income chief strategist, provide their recommendations on how to allocate your portfolio in the fourth quarter.
Discussing where to invest amid election uncertainty, with John Taft, RBC U.S. Wealth Management CEO.
International Paper just announced a 14 percent dividend increase. What was behind the decision to use cash on the balance sheet in this way as opposed to a different avenue? John Faraci, chairman & CEO of International Paper, weighs in.
A curious thing happened with Corning last week. The company raised its quarterly dividend 20 percent to 9 cents a share, but the market yawned, and shares are now down about 2 percent since the announcement.
Be warned: Your dividend payouts could be in peril this quarter. Here's a look at five stocks whose dividends are in peril in the next quarter.
Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle, speaks to CNBC's Maria Bartiromo about dividends and the homes he owns around the world that he converts into art museums. "You will see a gradual increase in dividends, nothing dramatic," he says.
CNBC's Gary Kaminsky takes a closer look at the best yield plays.
CNBC's Seema Mody shares several dividend plays for investors seeking yield in the pharma sector.
CNBC's David Faber reports corporations rich in cash tend to announce "special dividends" in the fourth quarter.
Investors can probably expect solid gains for their 2012 stock portfolios. But the fortunes of individual sectors will also rise and fall in the years ahead, depending on which political party wins the White House in November.
Every investor should diversify their portfolio with this kind of stock, Cramer said.
AOL said it will buy back $600 million of stock and announced a cash dividend of $5.15 per share.