More public companies being acquired by global private equity firms isn't shocking or problematic, private equity titans say.
Comedian and Weather Channel owner Byron Allen speaks with CNBC's Brian Sullivan at the Milken Institute's Global Conference.
Francois-Henry Bennahmias, Audemars Piguet CEO, speaks with CNBC's Brian Sullivan at the Milken Institute's Global Conference.
Jim Gianopulos, chairman and CEO of Paramount Pictures, speaks with CNBC's Brian Sullivan at the Milken Institute's Global Conference.
Petra Nemcova, model and founder of the All Hands and Hearts chartity, speaks with CNBC's Brian Sullivan at the Milken Institute's Global Conference.
Deregulation and the return of interest rates should benefit financial and banking stocks, John Calamos Sr. said Tuesday.
Investors should expect a surge in stocks over the next 12-to-18 month before they fall off a cliff amid a recession in 2020, according to Guggenheim's Scott Minerd.
Tyson Foods, one of the largest food companies in the world, has doubled investor money in the last three years.
“It’s not just enough to trust the corporations. I think that there’s a role for public policy as well,” says Chris Hughes.
Well-known activist investor and founder of Atlantic Investment Management Alex Roepers says he's not interested in board-room battles or proxy fights. Instead, his firm takes a more hands-off approach, and advocates for "liquid activism."
Rishi Kapoor, co-CEO of Investcorp, talks to CNBC's Leslie Picker at the 2018 Milken Conference.
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer says he has sold all his shares of Twitter, but not because he thinks the company will fail.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that the Trump administration's tough economic sanctions against North Korea are the reason leader Kim Jong Un is considering peace talks.
Detroit gained the freedom on Monday to oversee its own finances, another sign that city has staged a comeback, says Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder.
Chris Giancarlo, Commodity Futures Trading Commission commissioner, discusses regulating bitcoin and whether the coin is a security or a currency.
Goldman Sachs COO said the bank employs thousands of engineers in its effort to stay on the cutting edge of financial tech.
Bob Diamond, Atlas Merchant Capital founding partner and CEO, explains why his firm is investing in Africa as well as his thoughts on the investment banking environment.
Joe Tsai, Alibaba executive vice chairman, speaks to CNBC's David Faber at the Milken Conference about the business effects of U.S.-China trade war rhetoric.
EY Global Chairman and CEO Mark Weinberger speaks to CNBC's Brian Sullivan at the Milken Conference about the effects from coporate tax reform and the role of automation in the future of work.
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"[The economy's] slowing down, but ... we think it's way above the stall speed," top J.P. Morgan strategist Marko Kolanovic says.
Semis stocks are on a tear. Two experts lay out the three ways to get in on the space.
For first-time investors, getting started can seem daunting, especially when the market is volatile.
See which stocks are posting big moves after the bell.
In the decade after the trade, Deutsche Bank managers delayed the recognition of losses on the trade, sparking an internal debate among executives and the bank's auditor, the newspaper reported.
Palladium is outshining other metals due to tight supply and strong demand from the global auto industry, which needs increasing amounts of the metal to meet stricter emissions standards.
ETF Edge, hosted by Bob Pisani, is dedicated to the fastest growing investing trend right now: ETFs.
Between new federal tax bill changes and underutilized deductions, CNBC finds ways to save money while filing taxes.
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