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  • SeaWorld to end orca breeding

    The theme park operator is ending the captive breeding of killer whales.

  • FIFA asks US for seized bribe money

    The organization is asking US federal prosecutors for $190-million in forfeited cash.

  • Business leaders 'frustrated' with Washington: Jeffrey Sonnenfeld

    Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, discusses the hot topics in the c-suite, including uncertainty in the nation's capital and which candidate would be best for business.

  • Google Cloud services lands Apple as a customer

    Alphabet's Google scores a big win as it works to increase market share in cloud computing.

  • Possible to go below zero: Norges Bank

    It would require new negative shocks for the central bank to go negative, which we don’t see for the Norwegian economy says Øystein Olsen, Norges Bank governor.

  • Equity markets is place to be long term: Pro

    Where the Federal Reserve is leading society in the future is more important than the pace of interest rate rises says Raphael Pitoun, Seilern Investment Management CIO.

  • Caesars could face $5.1B hit

    A court-ordered examiner says a series of corporate deals hurt its casino operating unit.

  • Valeant a 'storming bargain?'

    CNBC's David Faber and Jim Cramer dig into the meltdown in shares of Valeant Pharmaceuticals.

  • Turning a prison into a gym

    CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on one entrepreneur who's taken one facility from lock-up to push-ups in CNBC's "Make It" series.

  • Google pushing Congress to get self-driving cars on streets

    The tech giant will urge Congress to speed the introduction of autonomous vehicles on American roads.

  • Business people meeting in conference room

    Another meeting?! Meetings can be big taste wasters. Here's how to change that ... for good.

  • Lyft co-founder: Why more people are choosing us

    CNBC's Kelly Evans sits down with John Zimmer, Lyft co-founder, to discuss his business strategy and the race between Uber and Lyft. Adel Al Sayed, Kingdom Holding Co., joins to provide insight to investing on Lyft.

  • Florida, Ohio head to polls

    Which presidential candidate is the best for the U.S. economy and small business? Michael Stanek, Hunt Imaging Vice President and CFO, likes John Kasich, while Roger Jarman, Atlantic-Models, supports Donald Trump on the small business side.

  • Apollo to buy Fresh Market for $1.36B

    The grocery store chain agrees to be acquired by private equity firm Apollo Global Management.

  • Starwood gets unsolicited takeover bid

    Starwood Hotels & Resorts receives a rival takeover bid, valuing the company at $76 a share in cash.

  • Blackstone to sell Strategic Hotels & Resorts to Anbang

    The private equity giant is selling the luxury hotel collection to a Chinese insurer.

  • LONDON, March 11- Brent crude was on track for its third weekly gain on Friday, supported by an optimistic report from the International Energy Agency that said the market may have reached its bottom. U.S. crude futures were trading at $38.64 a barrel at 1308 GMT, up 80 cents from their last close, having hit a 2016 high of $38.96 earlier in the day.

  • LONDON, March 11- Brent crude was on track for its third weekly gain on Friday, supported by an optimistic report from the International Energy Agency and a weaker dollar, which makes fuel cheaper for importers using other currencies. U.S. crude futures were trading at $38.60 a barrel at 0942 GMT, up 76 cents from their last close, having hit a 2016 high of $38.86...

  • Investing in immunotherapy

    Loncar Investments CEO, Brad Loncar says immunotherapy is the most innovative, high-growth area in the biotech space, while describing the company’s ETF.

  • Cramer on United: I fail to see activists' anger

    Altimeter and PAR Capital have a 7.1 percent stake in United, and asked for six seats originally on the United board and Gordon Bethune, the former CEO of Continental Airlines, reports CNBC's David Faber.