Investor Jim Rogers is concerned about the safety of his money in bank accounts around the world now that Cyprus is "looting" money from big depositors to help fund the country's bailout.
Investor Jim Rogers explains why he’s not investing in U.S. stocks right now. (0:45)
Security video at a deli in Redding, California, captures a man who appears to have decided to rob the place. But he seems to be spooked when he tries to break the glass and the alarm sounds. (0:35)
The day's non-business news, including the implosion of a grain elevator in Poland that survived World War II and a smokestack on the site of an old psychiatric hospital in New York State. (0:43)
Jim Cramer likes a stock that a lot of others love to hate. (0:56)
CNBC's Michelle Caruso Cabrera reports live from Nicosia as Cypriots wait in lines outside banks to access deposits for the first time in a week. (1:51)
Mark Mobius, executive chairman at Templeton Emerging Markets Group, says the only way to solve the euro zone's debt crisis is for a default to happen. (1:22)
Leaders of the BRICS countries - Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa - wrapped up their annual summit overnight. CNBC's Samantha Loring files this report from Durban.
Emirsyah Satar, CEO of Garuda Indonesia says 2012 was a good year for the company on both the domestic and international travel fronts. He talks about plans to expand flights internationally.
Amando Tetangco, Governor of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, explains how Manila plans to manage foreign direct investment flows after receiving its first investment-grade rating from Fitch.
Singapore may be known for its rules and regulations, but the city-state is looking to transform itself into a rock and roll hub. CNBC's Deirdre-Wang Morris investigates.
In response to global outcry, the queen of bridal couture, Vera Wang, is abolishing the near $500 fee for Chinese brides-to-be to try on garments at her Shanghai bridal boutique.
Thomas Doll, President & COO at Subaru of America, explains how his company aims to sustain sales growth in the U.S. after four consecutive years of record sales.
Art Cashin of UBS talks about what he doesn’t want to see when banks reopen in Cyprus on Thursday. (0:45)
Technical analyst JC O'Hara sees bullish signals on Wal-Mart's stock charts, but fundamental analyst Jeff Kilburg thinks Amazon.com's shares will be victorious. (3:15)
Heavy security is visible as the Cyprus central bank gets a truckload of cash delivered ahead of tomorrow's scheduled reopening of the nation's banks. (1:12)
In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about "pretty awful carnage" for European financials and what he sees as a "dangerous precedent" in Cyprus. (2:45)
Jim Cramer explains why he thinks gold is a “good bet” at its current price. (1:47)
Rick Santelli explains why he thinks “the reign of gold as the Ayn Rand end product" is over. (1:10)
Oliver Rust, Managing Director, Global Financial Services at Nielsen explains why there is an accelerated increase of people from China visiting Hong Kong to invest in financial products.