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A magnitude 6.3 earthquake rocks central Italy. NBC's Lucy Kafanov reports from Amatrice, Italy to show us its aftermath.
A Times spokeswoman claims there is no evidence of the attacks compromising any information.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at the early market action, including Express and weak traffic in retail due to mobile shopping.
NBC's Lucy Kafanov reports a major 6.2-magnitude earthquake killed dozens of people in central Italy
Scott Svenson, MOD Pizza co-founder & CEO, talks about disrupting the pizza restaurant industry by offering customers individual artisan-style pizza. Also Dunkin' Brands CEO Nigel Travis explains why he invested in the company.
The judge ruled a reasonable consumer would not be deceived that cold beverages will be filled with a portion of ice.
WPP CEO, Sir Martin Sorrell discusses the recent decisions by the Bank of England, while commenting on life in a post-Brexit world.
One candidate is a survivor who has outwitted and outlasted numerous scandals. The other is like a reality-TV rapper. Which "brand" has more appeal for voters?
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Tesla's new battery and how it will likely impact sales.
Earnings reports this week from Tiffany and Signet Jewelers should highlight the ongoing difficulties in the jewelry retail space.
The Dallas Mavericks owner fires back in defense of Clinton asking Welch for an example of where he was able to buy 'pay for play'.
Colin Rusch, Oppenheimer & Co., weighs in on Tesla's upgraded battery and why he is concerned about Elon Musk's investment into SolarCity bonds.
CNBC’s Arjun Kharpal talks about consumer sentiment surrounding tech stocks Samsung and Apple, and the hype around new products.
Commerzbank Head of Automotive Research, Sascha Gommel talks about the recent dispute Volkswagen has had with its auto parts suppliers.
WPP CEO Martin Sorrell talks about what governments need to do to prop up their economies, while commenting on globalization.
Meet Fan Bingbing and Deepika Padukone, the two Asian actresses who were featured in the Forbes' rankings of the world's best-paid actresses.