Celebrity CEOs like Elon Musk are constantly making waves in the mainstream media, but this level of publicity isn't always a good thing for shareholders. Being a recognizable figure as well as a chief executive officer doesn't always translate to financial success. Josh Brown says that it's often the CEOs working behind the scenes who rake in the biggest returns for their investors.
The race to make point-to-point space travel a viable transportation method is heating up as companies like Blue Origin and SpaceX continue to move toward developing passenger rockets. A plane ride from New York City to Shanghai is about 15 hours - and it could be as long as 29 hours with connecting flights. But with point-to-point travel, SpaceX says it could get you there in less than an hour. But how realistic is this approach to long-haul travel?
McKinsey, a private consulting firm, has built itself into one of the most influential entities in the world. It works with many of the largest companies worldwide, and its alumni help run some of the most powerful companies.
When the most powerful executives in the world have a problem they just can't crack, many of them turn to McKinsey - a prestigious and secretive consulting firm that has been influencing business and government decisions for decades. But now, as consumers require more transparency, the company has been thrust into the spotlight.
Money can be tight even if you're doing everything right. But the best way to not be scared, is to be prepared. And a budget is your first step.
Citing the unanimous decision in U.S. v Nixon, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler says he believes "ultimately, all these subpoenas will win in court."
Representative Jerry Nadler says that that Attorney General Bill Barr is either working to protect the president, or truly believes in such expansive executive power. Either way, it's dangerous, according to the Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, who recently voted to hold Barr in contempt of congress after President Trump asserted executive privilege over the Mueller report.
The animosity between Jerry Nadler and Donald Trump goes way back. In the 1980s, the two fought in New York City over a proposed development. Trump's "ridiculous" plan was not built, but Nadler was not happy with the eventual compromise.
In an interview with CNBC's John Harwood, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler says he's prepared for this moment his entire life. His criteria for impeaching the president is narrower than many Democrats might hope, and he says political repercussions need to be taken into account. But he's set on gathering the evidence necessary to prevent what he calls "the biggest Constitutional crisis" – Donald Trump "neutering Congress" and effectively creating a dictatorship.