BlackRock's Larry Fink says he's not trying to use his influence to force corporate America to embrace his ideas for social change.
Larry Fink, BlackRock CEO, talks about urging companies to find a sense of social purpose as they seek to grow profits.
The biggest names in the ETF business gather to debate the future of investing in booming exchange-traded funds.
The New York Times reports Fink will inform business leaders that their companies need to do more than just make profits.
Laurence Fink, CEO of BlackRock, the $6 trillion investment firm, plans to tell CEOs in a letter that businesses must serve a social purpose.
The GOP tax overhaul law, which includes a cut in the rate that U.S. corporations pay, will make American businesses more competitive globally, said BlackRock chairman and CEO Larry Fink.
The GOP corporate tax rate cut will make American businesses more competitive globally, he says.
But the tax writers should have eliminated the carried interest loophole, he said. "That is an unfair tax advantage."
BlackRock remains convinced that the stock market has further to run, the chairman and CEO of the world's largest money manager says.
Larry Fink, BlackRock CEO, discusses raising wages, corporate bonuses and where he sees flaws in the tax reform bill.
Larry Fink, BlackRock CEO, talks about strength in corporate earnings, and whether it impacts economic growth and the markets.
Even with stocks at around record highs, people who buy into the market now will do better in equities than bonds, Fink said.
Larry Fink, BlackRock CEO, shares his thoughts on raising interest rates while the Fed unwinds quantitative easing. Also Fink shares his thoughts on inflation risk and why he is keeping his eye on China.
Larry Fink, BlackRock CEO, drills down into what is driving earnings, and weighs in on growth in the ETF space and the Fed's policy on tightening after tax reform.
Larry Fink, BlackRock CEO, talks about the bank's quarterly earnings beat and notable increase in the fixed income space.
Bitcoin should finish the year at $10,000 while ethereum is likely to close at $500, investing magnate Michael Novogratz said.
Joseph Lubin, co-founder of Ethereum, said many projects funded by token sales do not offer any real value to investors.
Morgan Stanley Chairman and CEO James Gorman said anybody who thinks bitcoin will be stable is "deluding themselves."
After CME said it would launch bitcoin futures before the end of the year, fears arose of a financial crisis-like orgy of speculation.
BofA CEO Brian Moynihan said the banking system offers more security than digital currencies in tracking illegal fund flows.