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CNBC's Dominic Chu reports Anheuser-Busch is not satisfied with the NFL's handling of recent incidents. The company has shared their concerns and expectations with the NFL.
To reduce costs and complexity in its portfolio, CalPERS says it will no longer invest in hedge funds. Alexandra Stevenson of The New York Times, and Tim Spangler, Sidley Austin, discuss their strategy and if others will follow.
The Futures Now team discusses how the Fed's policy meeting is likely to impact the bond market.
A memo to Janet Yellen ahead of Wednesday's all important meeting.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer goes off the charts on Apple and looks at a pocket of resistance in Amazon.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer sees more upside ahead for Agios Pharmaceuticals, which he calls the leading player in the discipline of cancer metabolism.
Robert Morse, Chairman of Bridge Investment Group Partners, says the U.S. housing market is recovering and will be able to withstand a modest increase in interest rates.
Marc Desmidt, MD & Head of Alpha Strategies at Blackrock, explains why he prefers North Asian markets like Japan.
Speaking to CNBC ahead of the 3rd annual Singapore Summit, Martin Gilbert, CEO of Aberdeen Asset Management, explains why a vote either way on the Scottish referendum will make little difference.
George Buckley, chief U.K. economist at Deutsche Bank, discusses how either outcomes in the Scottish independence referendum will impact markets and whether "sterling-ization" is possible.
Stephane Richard, CEO of Orange, discusses the group¿s offer for Spain's Jazztel and says that the merger between the two would "create a champion in the industry".
European shares closed lower on Tuesday with investors looking ahead to a key Federal Reserve policy meeting this week as well as a referendum on Scottish independence.