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Greg Levine

Greg Levine
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    Athletes and companies alike are looking forward to the opportunity to shine under the spotlight in what will be a special event in the history of the Olympic games.

  • U.K.-based grocery chain Tesco is making its move into America -- and taking on Wal-Mart Stores and Whole Foods.

  • Marc Faber, editor and publisher of The Gloom, Boom & Doom Report, thinks the worst is yet to come for the global economy. Appearing on CNBC's "Squawk Box," the economist and managing director of Marc Faber Ltd., explained his bearish outlook -- and offered advice for how to play a glum market.

  • Home Depot is currently the worst-performing stock in the Dow Jones Industrial Average index. But the warehouse-style U.S. home-improvement retailer is getting a makeover.

  • Chief executives such as Ara Hovnanian were the among the loudest voices calling for the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates. Now, after the Fed's surprisingly sharp reduction in rates on Tuesday, CNBC asked several CEOs if they're happy.

  • The Federal Reserve acted Tuesday, cutting the fed funds rate and the discount rate by a half-percentage point each.  Oil jumped to a new high as the news was announced and immediately afterwards, stocks rallied in the strongest reaction to a Fed move since 2001. With the Fed funds rate now at 4.75 percent and the discount rate at 5.25 percent, where will the market go? CNBC's experts weighed in.

  • Federal Reserve policymakers are meeting today in one of the most closely watched central bank conferences in years. The Fed is slated to release its rate-cut decision at 2:15pm ET. CNBC asked the experts what they expect the Fed to do -- and what impact it will have on the economy and markets.

  • Fed policymakers meet Tuesday in one of the most closely watched central bank meetings in years. CNBC asked the experts what they expect the Fed to do and what impact it will have on the economy and markets.

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    Alan Greenspan keeps making news, even after leaving the Federal Reserve chairman’s post. Last week, he released his memoirs, taking the Bush Administration to task; and he told CNBC the housing bubble was "unavoidable." Here is a sampling of our broadcast coverage, including an exclusive Greenspan interview with senior economics reporter Steve Liesman.

  • After "months and months" of increasing auto sales, Toyota Motor threw analysts for a loop when it posted U.S. August results, says Phil LeBeau. The company reported a sales drop of 2.8 percent from the year-ago period -- a "bit of a head-scratcher" for Wall Street.