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Patrick Doyle, Domino's president and CEO, discusses how technology has helped to drive sales and customer satisfaction.
David Kong, President & CEO of Best Western International, joins CNBC's Simon Hobbs for an exclusive interview.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Tesla CEO Elon Musk's statements on becoming a merger partner with Chrysler.
Patrick Mahaffy, Clovis Oncology CEO, weighs in on drug prices, business development, and immunotherapy with CNBC's Meg Tirrell.
John Manley, Wells Fargo, and Sam Stovall, S&P Capital IQ, discuss M&A activity and weigh in on Goldman Sachs saying that companies should stop buying back their own stock.
Dan Murry, US2 founder, got FAA exemption to fly drones.
For most investors, a balanced portfolio makes the most sense, the owner of the Tampa Bay Lightning says.
Independent investment consultant David Darst believes there are three things holding back this "Sleeping Beauty" market.
CNBC.com Managing Editor Allen Wastler reports the hottest topics among CNBC.com readers.
Boxed CEO, Chieh Huang, says he is going to pay for the college tuition of all his employees' children. The Closing Bell panel discusses what's behind this move.
Jeff Vink, Tampa Bay Lighting owner, discusses if stock pickers are needed to find growth in this market. Also, the building up city of Tampa.
Silk Road website founder Ross Ulbricht is sentenced to life in prison, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson.
Things are getting worse by the day for Greece, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera. And next week, the first bill comes due.
The Closing Bell panel is joined by Jim Lacamp, UBS; Tim Seymour, FM trader, CNBC's Larry Kudlow, Kate Kelly, and Robert Frank to discuss M&A activity in May.
The CEO of the wholesale delivery service Boxed announced that he will pay for the college tuition of his employees' children.
David Darst, independent investment consultant, discusses what investors should focus on. Keep your eye on the bank stocks, says Darst.
24/7 Wall Street editor Jon Ogg names three stock picks that will stay static for the next decade.
Discussing their top investments right now, with Julie Werner, BetterInvesting; Thomas Vitkowski, Cambridge Unversity Press; and Justin Esgar, app developer.
Gordon Charlop, Rosenblatt Securities, sees upside in the market.
Michael Jackson's "Neverland" is on sale for $100 million, and a Chinese bank is announcing it has begun using ATMs with a facial recognition system for customers, reports CNBC's Kate Rogers.