Trump's economic agenda is fueling a resurgence in the economy that cannot be denied, the co-founder of Home Depot says.
But Langone also expects American perception of the Republican Party will be more favorable by 2020.
Ken Langone, Invemed Associates CEO and one of the founders of Home Depot, joins 'Squawk Box' to provides his final thoughts on the U.S. and Brett Kavanaugh.
Ken Langone, Invemed Associates CEO and one of the founders of Home Depot, joins 'Squawk Box' to weigh in on his philanthropic and educational work.
Ken Langone, Invemed Associates CEO and one of the founders of Home Depot, joins 'Squawk Box to weigh in on midterm elections.
Ken Langone, Invemed Associates CEO and one of the founders of Home Depot, joins 'Squawk Box' to weigh in on Jaime Dimon's thoughts on tariffs and shares his concerns regarding trade short and long-term.
New York University medical students always get a white lab coat on their first day of class. This year the school surprised them with a bigger gift: Free tuition. Regardless of need, all NYU medical students will get tuition (but not housing and fees) paid for. Former ER doctor and current journalist, Elisabeth Rosenthal says there are pros and cons to this extraordinary offer.
The mistakes of past leaders have contributed to U.S. trade deficits, but President Donald Trump's new approach will level the playing field, Republican billionaire Ken Langone tells CNBC on Wednesday.
Billionaire Kenneth Langone applauds President Donald Trump for taking action on trade.
"We live in the greatest country on earth," billionaire Ken Langone says.
Home Depot Co-Founder Ken Langone discusses why he donated $100 million to NYU to help offer free medical school tuition to aspiring doctors.
The decision was made in efforts to address the rising costs of medical education, which have saddled graduates with thousands in debt and funneled them toward more lucrative specialties.
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.