There are tons of data on Rule 48 and ETFs that the SEC will look into after the market selloff, SEC Commissioner Dan Gallagher said.» Read More
Recent market swings have many investors wondering whether the popular target date funds in their 401(k) are missing the mark. CNBC's Sharon Epperson shares a tip on retirement savings.
Venky Ganesan, Menlo Ventures Managing Director, weighs in on the impact of market volatility on private markets and startups. Also what it takes to be a really successful "unicorn."
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on Intel's latest chip, known as Skylake. The company hopes it will help boost PC sales.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports the latest developments from the Bank of America proposal to combine the CEO & chairman roles at BAC. The shareholders will meet on Sept. 22 to vote.
CNBC's Steve Liesman speaks exclusively to U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew on China concerns.
Dan Gallagher, SEC commissioner, discusses current market action, Rule 48, and regulation. It's more beneficial for investors and companies to take the longer-term view, says Gallagher.
Kevin O’Leary, SharkTank, explains why he is pro dividends as Eric Schiffer, Patriarch Equity, thinks a focus on dividend stocks may be a mistake.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on Planet Fitness's first quarterly report as a public company. Also, Five Below.
David Pearl, Epoch Investment Partners, explains why small caps are so attractive and better than large caps right now.
The Pentagon is keeping an eye on five Chinese ships currently operating in the Bering Sea; and a building in London has been named the worst building of the year, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
CNBC's Dom Chu breaks down the stocks now yielding more than the ten year Treasury. Among the bargain dividend stocks: Darden and Progressive.
Senator Barbara Mikulski declared support for the U.S.-led nuclear agreement with Iran, providing a crucial 34th vote to protect it from being killed by Republicans in Congress.
CNBC's Bob Pisani is joined by Prashant Bhuyan, Alpha Modus, and Carolyn Rogers, IBM Bluemix, to discuss how big data can help predict market moves.
Charles Jeannes, Goldcorp CEO, weighs in on gold, M&A activity, and forecasts future action for the precious metal.
With less than half an hour to go in the session, Ben Willis, Princeton Securities, discusses the market action he is keeping an eye on.
A suicide bomber kills at least 20 people in Yemen’s capital; Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu still lobbies against the Iran Nuclear agreement; and Nestle is changing the way it makes KitKat bars, reports CNBC’s Sue Herera.
Bob Hormats, former undersecretary of state and vice chair of Kissinger Associates, discusses the role the U.S. has when it comes to China’s effect on markets and the dialogue between U.S. and Chinese officials moving forward.
Bob Hormats, former undersecretary of state and vice chair of Kissinger Associates, weighs in on China and Russia relations.
Jim Corridore, S&P Capital IQ; and John Voorheis, AlphaShark Trading COO, debate the pros and cons of American Airlines. Is there still time to get in on the action?
CNBC’s Mary Thompson takes a closer look at industry suppliers in the auto space as sales decline in China but rise in the U.S.