President Barack Obama speaks in Cuba about the differences of the U.S. and Cuban governments and how normalizing relations between the countries is progressing.
President Barack Obama speaks in Cuba about the governments and societies of the two countries and how even through their differences, they still share a great deal.
President Barack Obama speaks in Cuba about the history of the two countries.
President Barack Obama speaks to the people of Cuba about his historic visit.
President Barack Obama speaks in Cuba regarding the terror attacks in Brussels, saying the U.S. will do whatever is necessary to support Belgium.
NBC News analyst and retired ATF special agent Jim Cavanaugh provides perspective on the deadly Brussels attacks Tuesday, days after authorities caught Paris suspect Salah Abdeslam, saying the terrorists could have had this attack planned, but just accelerated it.
President Obama will speak to the Cuban people Tuesday after the Brussels attacks, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
CNBC’s Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports from Havana, Cuba, awaiting comment from President Obama on the Brussels attacks.
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Lee Ann Evans from 'Engage Cuba' says there are investment opportunities in Cuba's hospitality, agricultural, infrastructure and energy sectors.
As the United States and Cuba start to normalize relations, traders picked stocks that could benefit from business on the island.
Obama had said at his Havana press conference that human rights issues were an impediment to stronger U.S.-Cuba ties. NBC's Jay Gray has more.
Mark Entwistle, former Canadian ambassador to Cuba, says the U.S. trade embargo on Cuba is still a gray area for U.S. businesses.
President Obama said that the two countries had enough in common to negotiate a slow warming of relations, NBC News reports.
Discussing hospitality business opportunities in Cuba with Tilman Fertitta, Chairman & CEO of Landry's Restaurants and star of "Billion Dollar Buyer."
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports from Cuba about the historic press conference between U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro.
The Power Lunch panel and Michelle Caruso-Caberera react to Cuba's Raul Castro answering press questions.
President Barack Obama answers questions on Cuba and his confidence in the embargo ending and progress being made past his presidency.
The chair of the President's Export Council said infrastructure and worker rules must improve before full bilateral trade happens.
President Barack Obama and Cuba's Raul Castro answer questions regarding their first official talks between their governments in decades.