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Mad Money host Jim Cramer looks at the news of the day and its impact on the markets. Was today the lock in? Cramer explains.
Research in Motion is well off its session lows. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports on the company's conference call.
Larry Mocha, Air Power Systems Co., and Marc Schupan, Schupan & Sons, offer perspective on the pulse of small business right now.
Tech and financials are vying for the top performing sector this year. Is this where investors should be putting their money? Uri Landesman, Platinum Partners LP, and Gina Sanchez, Roubini Global Economics, discuss.
Insight on why he thinks the Dow could possibly reach 17,000 by the end of 2013, with Jeremy Siegel, professor of finance, Wharton School at The University of Pennsylvania, who shares his optimistic view of the markets.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer discusses falling Italian bond yields, and whether Monti's economic plan is working.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer explains how the dramatic drop in natural gas is beginning to wreak havoc on the economy.
Richard Davis, US Bancorp chairman & CEO, discusses his company's commitment to getting veterans back into the workforce, and why his bank has been able to outperform the competition, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Mad Money's Jim Cramer answers viewers' "tweets" on whether McDonald's or Wendy's is the better buy.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer comments on a CNBC survey which shows only 19% of investors think stocks are the best investment, and explains why this hatred for stocks is unwarranted
The Fast Money crew with the play on overbought stocks with bearish sentiment, and CNBC's Seema Mody reports on a two-day FDA panel meeting to consider whether heart safety studies should be required on new obesity drugs, and its impact on Vivus and other drug makers.
Mark Okada, Highland Capital Management co-founder & CIO, takes a look at the fundamentals of credit issuers, and explains why it's time to rotate into bank loans as a risk reward strategy.
Bob Stevens, Lockheed Martin president & CEO, says about 23% of the company's workforce are veterans. He is a Vietnam veteran with the U.S. Marine Corps.
Discussing winning strategies on today's pullback, with Hugh Johnson, Hugh Johnson Advisors, and Ted Parrish, Henssler Equity Fund.
There is value in stock markets across the board and - this may come as a surprise to some - there has been a bull market since 2009, Chris Tinker, founding partner at Libra Investment Services told CNBC.
Weighing in on the Federal Reserve's role in lending, unemployment, and where the markets are headed, with Maury Harris, UBS Investment Research chief U.S. economist.
Oil contracts for delivery in three to five years’ time are trading at their biggest ever discount to spot prices, prompting a debate about whether the era of triple-digit oil prices will be a short-term phenomenon. The FT reports.
U.S. stocks are overpriced by 50 percent but corporate buying is keeping them up, at least until there is a decline in the U.S. fiscal deficit, according to Andrew Smithers, the author of the book "Valuing Wall Street: Protecting Wealth in Turbulent Markets."
Donald Knauss, Clorox CEO and former veteran, discusses his company's commitment to hiring men and women who have served in the U.S. military, and the impact of sky-high oil on the company's bottom line, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Emanuel Chirico, PVH Corp. chairman & CEO, breaks down the company's numbers, and looks ahead at expected strength in the second half of the year, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.