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NATO has released satellite images showing Russian combat troops inside Ukraine. CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera provides perspective.
Will people buy and wear smartwatches if they don't look good? CNBC's Jon Fortt, and Dawn Chmielewski, Re/Code, discuss the importance of aesthetic and if the people really want a smartwatch.
The CEO of Centerplate Des Hague was captured on elevator footage kicking a puppy and yanking it by its leash. CNBC's Mandy Drury reports.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says you should never dump a stock you have conviction in simply because some famous money manager is selling it.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer breaks down the fixation with Fed minutes and why they may be the most over-hyped report in the investing world.
Not every headline matters to the stock market, but Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains why the monthly non-farm payroll report is the only data that has lasting impact on the stock market
Ric O'Barry, Campaign Director of The Dolphin Project, says Japan is lying about the annual dolphin hunting season being a traditional custom.
Somshankar Sinha, Head of Oil & Gas Sector, Asia Ex-Japan Equity Research at Barclays, says higher oil and gas prices will support PetroChina's earnings, but warns of continued risks from its chemical unit.
Subhranshu Sekhar Das, Director, Aerospace & Defense, Frost & Sullivan, says the outlook for Malaysia Airlines looks challenging after seat load factor fell 30 percent over the past months.
Movebubble is a property rental platform putting renters and landlords directly in touch and allowing users to build profiles and get rated, explain Movebubble co-founders, Logan Hall and Aiden Rushby.
Gilles Bogaert, chief financial office for Pernod Ricard, says the French beverage group expects a gradual improvement in sales, and that the foreign exchange impact should lessen over the next few months.
Jad Ariss, director-general for AXA Enterprises at AXA France, says France is in need of labor market reforms, as unemployment continues to tick higher.