Dick Grasso, who was chairman and CEO of the New York Stock Exchange on Sept. 11, 2001, calls on politicians to put aside their differences and unite in honor of the terror attacks on the 19th anniversary.
Art Laffer, a former economic adviser to President Reagan, told "Varney & Co." another round of coronavirus stimulus relief would be bad for the economy.
It is "very unfair" that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., was able to get her hair done at a salon while others in San Francisco are under strict coronavirus lockdown orders, a salon owner in the city said Saturday.
Elvis Presley Enterprises owner Joel Weinshanker said "people really do want to get out” amid the coronavirus pandemic.
New York City restaurateur Rocco DiSpirito told "Varney & Co." Wednesday that it’s a “dire” time in the history of restaurants.
Scott Carpenter, a business owner whose furniture store was burned to the ground in the riots following the shooting of Jacob Blake, is vowing to rebuild.
Continental Resources Executive Chairman Harold Hamm told "Mornings with Maria" on Friday that "energy independence has meant so much to America."
The number of restaurants closing permanently could double in the next 60 to 90 days due to the coronavirus pandemic lockdowns, Ray Washburne, Charter Holdings CEO, said Thursday.
Entrepreneur and writer James Altucher responded to comedian Jerry Seinfeld's "arbitrary personal attack" Tuesday on "Mornings with Maria."
Democrats ignored the rise in crime and violence in major cities during the Democratic National Convention last week, Sam Sanchez, Chicago business owner and vice-chair of the Illinois Restaurant Association, told "Fox & Friends Weekend."