Deborah Wince-Smith, President & CEO of the U.S. Council on Competitiveness is very optimistic about the competitiveness of America's workforce. She says talent-driven innovation is the most important driver of competitiveness going forward.
Bill English, Finance Minister of New Zealand, talks about Wellington's plans to raise cash to bring its economy back into surplus. He also discusses why he is unconvinced on Abenomics and denies recent claims that New Zealand is getting involved in global currency wars.
Once stay-at-home mom, Kendra Scott, a panelist on CNBC Prime's "Crowd Rules," shares how she turned $500 into a multi-million-dollar jewelry empire that now spans the globe. The CEO and "mompreneur" also offers up advice about starting a new business and balancing work with family.
Art Cashin of UBS tells Tyler Mathisen why stocks faltered in the last few hours of trading. (0:56)
Barnes & Noble soars on Microsoft Nook bid report, with Ari Wald, Princeridge, and John Stephenson, First Asset Investment Management.
CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at three stocks to watch tomorrow, including Priceline, which delivered a solid first quarter. Also, Gap announces strong sales, and True Religion reports before tomorrow's opening bell.
Famed technician Louise Yamada says now that the S&P has surpassed its 2000 and 2007 highs, we could be in the new phases of a structural bull market, with CNBC's Mandy Drury and the Futures Now Traders.
Everything begins and ends with quantitative easing, DoubleLine Capital's Jeff Gundlach says.
There is no shortage of cheap stocks, says Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors, who shares two new positions.
CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the market's efforts to adapt. What we're seeing is consolidating some gains and others are licking their wounds over selling in May.
CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on stocks that are proving short-sellers wrong.
Stephen Schwartz, Asia Chief Economist at BBVA says inflation could rise up to 3.5 to 3.8 percent by year-end and describes the potential fiscal and monetary measures Beijing might take.
Mike Smith, CEO of ANZ, explains why the bank is unafraid of executing its pan-regional strategy.
Kelvin Tay, Regional CIO, Southern APAC at UBS Wealth Management describes current market performance as a rubber duck awash in a flood of central bank liquidity.
Stuart Oakley, Managing Director, Asian Currency Trading at Nomura says global central banks are punishing the consumers for being stingy. He also states his reasons for recommending investors to be short U.S. Dollar & long Chinese yuan.
Three widely-mentioned arguments against a housing recovery don't stand up to scrutiny, Bank of America Merrill Lynch Senior Economist Michelle Meyer says. (3:01)
Despite a big rally today, fundamental analyst Steve Cortes thinks WebMD will continue to be very unhealthy for investors' portfolios. Technical analyst Abigail Doolittle, however, sees a big rally within the next 12 months. (3:47)
Former Enron CEO Skilling will be out of prison in 2017 under a new deal, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.
Nouriel Roubini, Roubini Global Economics, shares his surprising outlook on the markets for the near-term. (3:29)
Rick Santelli tells investors why they need to carefully watch European developments early next week. (2:52)