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  • Earnings preview: GOOG & IBM

    CNBC's Josh Lipton previews Google's potentially "messy" earnings report, and Morgan Brennan explains what Wall Street should expect from IBM.

  • Earnings Squad: PEP, GS & more

    Rounding up all the earnings news investors should be keeping an eye on, including Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley preparing to report Q1 data on Thursday, with CNBC's Melissa Lee, Kate Kelly and Dominic Chu.

  • Earnings Squad: INTC, CSX & more

    The earnings squad crew provide forecasts for Intel and CSX's earnings data, with CNBC's Melissa Lee, Kate Kelly and Dominic Chu.

  • Can Yahoo's transformation boost its revenue?

    Ahead of Yahoo's earnings release on Tuesday, CNBC's Julia Wood takes a look at how CEO Marissa Mayer has transformed the company's media strategy.

  • Industrial stocks' mixed year

    CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the action in some core industrial stocks including Cummins and Honeywell, as well as the mild panic in some transport stocks.

  • Pisani: More fear than VIX shows

    CNBC's Bob Pisani doesn't think the volatility index is adequately measuring the real fear that exists.

  • Next big play? Connectivity with cars: Analyst

    One of the most interesting new trends in the Internet space is you are going to see cars become hot spots, says Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets. I think names like Google and Pandora are going to be great derivative plays, Mahaney explains.

  • Selloff creates buying opportunity: Pro

    Valuations got ahead of themselves, says Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets, weighing in on Thursday's selloff in the Nasdaq. I think in some of these names you have an interesting buy opportunity, says Mahaney.

  • Expect JPMorgan to miss Q1 earnings: Pro

    Bill Smith, President at SAM Advisors, expects JPmorgan to see a miss in first-quarter earnings while Wells Fargo and Citigroup may post a surprise to the upside.

  • Why now is the time to buy JPMorgan: Pro

    Marty Mosby, Managing Director at Guggenheim Partners, explains his buy call for JPMorgan Chase despite expectations for a miss in first-quarter earnings.

  • GM General Motors

    GM will take a $1.3 billion charge against first quarter profit, stemming from the massive vehicle recall that has battered GM for weeks.

  • JPMorgan reports earnings Friday

    JPMorgan will kick off the bank earnings parade on Friday. CNBC's Kayla Tausche provides a forecast.

  • Cramer: Can't hurt the bull, game on

    CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses yesterday's market rise after minutes from last month's Fed policy meeting indicated the central bank may not raise interest rates anytime soon. Cramer also weighs in on big bank earnings.

  • Challenging quarter for big banks: Expert

    Gerard Cassidy, RBC Capital Markets, provides a sense of what to expect when banks begin to report quarterly earnings on Friday. The industry is in much better shape than people realize, says Cassidy, explaining why he likes the growth play on Citi.

  • Suspect earnings surprises to upside: Pro

    Discussing Q1 earnings, and what investors can expect from the rest of the year, with Jeff Kleintop, LPL Financial chief market strategist, and Jerry Castellini, CastleArk Management president.

  • Pro expects lackluster earnings season

    Mike Thompson, S&P Capital IQ, provides a preview of first quarter earnings. Revenues are growing but earnings are flat, Thompson reveals.

  • How will US firms fare for the Q1 earnings season?

    John Carey, Executive Vice President & Portfolio Manager at Pioneer Investments, says an upbeat first-quarter profit from Alcoa does not necessarily indicate a good earnings season ahead for the U.S.

  • BlackBerry reported a quarterly loss, as smartphone sales continued to slide across all regions.

  • 2014 Number one market story

    FMHR trader Josh Brown says commodities are decoupling from stocks, as well as each other.

  • Macquarie's forecast exceeds expectations: Pro

    Brett Le Mesurier, Senior Analyst at BBY, discusses Macquarie's announcement on Monday that it is expecting a 40 to 45 percent annual rise in fiscal 2014 earnings.