Recapping the day's news and newsmakers through the lens of CNBC.
Google may be getting less dollar per click, but its advertising might has never been more clear than its earnings this week, which sent shares above the $1,000 for the first time today. Quarterly revenue jumped 23 percent. Google credited a surge in mobile and video advertising. The firm has countered a decline in cost-per-click rates with a service that helps advertisers use an efficient mix of smartphones, tablets and desktops. Google's YouTube saw a 75 percent increase in video ads.
"I wouldn't think of selling it here, even though it could trade off a little bit off this pop. ... I still want to own it. Story's intact."—Karen Finerman of Metropolitan Capital Advisors