Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone had humble beginnings.
Billionaire Cooperman also says the United States needs a more moderate president than Trump.
"We're failing badly with public education. We're failing horribly," billionaire businessman and philanthropist Ken Langone says.
But Langone says he would welcome Schultz in 2020 because the country needs more talented candidates to run for the White House.
We need something like a Marshall Plan for schools, says Ken Langone, Invemed Associates founder, talking about ways to improve the public education system in the U.S.
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.
The home improvement store with a market capitalization of $218 billion “didn’t exactly get off to a flying start,” says Ken Langone in his new book.
Ken Langone, co-founder of Home Depot, is worth $3.3 billion, but he’s still frugal, he says.
Dara Khosrowshah has regrets about his early days in finance.
The downfall at GE has been a "colossal failure" in board leadership, says Langone, also co-founder of Home Depot.
"I don't know and frankly if I had my druthers I would wish they wouldn't," the Home Depot co-founder told CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Wednesday.
Ken Langone, Invemed Associates founder and Home Depot co-founder, shares his thoughts on interest rates, corporate tax cuts and stock buybacks, and improving the educational system in America. I am optimistic Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is going to do something, says Langone.
Palitir investor Ken Langone explains why he doesn't think tech start-up Palitir should not go public.
I will fight to my death this is not going to be laid on Jack Welch, says Ken Langone, Invemed Associates founder and Home Depot co-founder, weighing in on the shake-up on General Electric's board.
The Republican tax cuts would "unleash economic forces" and undermine any doomsday predictions from Democrats, Langone says.
About 10,000 Americans will die every year from lack of health coverage if the tax reform bill goes through as proposed, Larry Summers said Monday.
Tax cuts are great, but the only way to really get America's financial house in order is to cut debt, the Home Depot co-founder says.
"I still believe he can get a lot done and he has an uncanny knack of surviving," the Home Depot co-founder tells The New York Times.
Ken Langone says the media "encourage people to believe" that the election process "is bad."
The U.S. better figure out what to do with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un soon, Ken Langone tells CNBC.