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Jeremy Siegel, Wharton School professor of Finance, remains bullish on the market and makes the case for Dow 18,000. Siegel says the market is not overpriced.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan has the names moving today's indices higher.
Who is the most responsible, financially for obesity? MeMe Roth, National Action Against Obesity, and Professor John Banzhaf, George Washington University Law School, debate the issue.
Jim Cramer talks with Phil Rykhoek, the president and CEO of Denbury Resources to find out about his company's prospects.
Jeffrey Ventura, the President and CEO of Range Resources tells Jim Cramer why his company's portfolio is better than competitors.
John D. Schiller Jr., Energy XXI chairman and CEO, discusses the company's performance and tells Mad Money's Jim Cramer the merger has been integrated seamlessly and has helped the company negotiate better deals and lower expenses.
Sri Jegarajah asks experts if the oil cartel can still sway the markets as a shale revolution appears ready to take place.
In this special segment, CNBC's Sri Jegarajah speaks to a panel of experts about the future of renewable energy sources.
Two years after the Fukushima disaster, Japanese residents remain strongly opposed to the restarting of nuclear power capacity. CNBC's Sri Jegarajah traveled to the area filed this report.
Jamie Jenkins, labor market analyst at ONS and Laura Gardiner, senior research and policy analyst at Resolution Foundation, discuss the rise of self-employment in the U.K. and the implications for the economy.
Nik Stanojevic, equity analyst at Brewin Dolphin, discusses Glencore and BHP Billiton and says these offer "two completely different risk propositions".
Sandro Salsano, founder of Columbus Frontiers, discusses how investors are flocking to buy properties in Panama as they see it as a safe haven for their cash.