*Microsoft sees end to Nokia losses, shares rise. NEW YORK, July 23- The S&P 500 hit a record high on Wednesday, lifted by bullish earnings from companies like Apple and Microsoft, though technical resistance and conflicts in Ukraine and the Gaza Strip kept gains in check.» Read More
Representative Dan Lipinski, (D-IL), discusses the government's efforts to fund potential start-ups with tax dollars through The National Science Foundation I-Corps program.
Is private equity the solution to the economy? Pam Hendrickson, The Riverside Company COO and CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin, share perspective.
Late-day trading brought a comeback for the Dow, S&P and the Nasdaq. Thomas Belesis, John Thomas Financial; Todd Schoenberger, The BlackBay Group; and CNBC's Amanda Drury and Simon Hobbs, share perspective.
In the final hour of trading today, brent crude and gold are making a bit of a comeback after posting huge losses. Peter Boockvar, Miller Tabak and Enis Tanner, RiskReversal.com, checks the charts to see if a buying opportunity exists.
The Nasdaq is posting huge losses due to tech stocks in turmoil. Chris Konstantinos, Riverfront Investment Group and Porter Bibb, MediaTech Capital Partners, share investment plays in the sector.
Is Facebook's revenue model destined to fail? Michael Wolff, Vanity Fair, says we are looking at an existential issue at the middle of [Facebook]. "It's a business founded on advertising but advertising doesn't work that well in this medium," he says. CNBC's John Carney, weighs in.
Discussing whether the government's efforts for public innovation will help grow the economy, with Dedric Carter, National Science Foundation.
How will the troubling economic state of Europe impact the U.S. markets, especially housing, oil and autos? Michael Farr, Miller & Washington and Tom Essaye, Kinsale Trading, weigh in.
Laura Martin, Needham senior analyst, explains why she has a "buy" rating and $40 price target on Facebook.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan and Amanda Drury break down which topics they will discuss in an hour of "Street Signs," including a bold analyst placing a "buy" rating on Facebook with a $40 price target.
The average new car auto loan grew as consumers are expanding the length of their loan, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
The dollar's strength and the euro's weakness are having an impact on the oil market, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
Jeff Kilburg, Kilburg Capital, discusses how he is playing the markets today.
To find out, the “Mad Money” host looks at the technicals.
Former Council of Economic Advisers chairman Martin Feldstein shares perspective on whether the fiscal cliff could happen. "Depending on the outcome of the election and six months of time, there is a good chance the [Super Committee] could find a compromise [for the fiscal cliff]," Feldstein says.
Dell will report its earnings after the bell today, and Mark Newton, Greywolf Execution Partners and Abhey Lamba, Mizuho Securities, take a look at the charts to see if the stock is a buy.
Discussing their "worries" for Europe and the risk for the U.S. economy, with David Malpass, Encima Global president and Larry Kantor, Barclays head of research. "Until the Greek elections June 17, it is difficult to see sustained strong performance in the global stock markets," says Kantor.
Sharing perspective on the latest trading environment, with Stuart Schweitzer, JPMorgan Private Bank.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan and Amanda Drury break down which major headlines they will discuss in an hour of "Street Signs," including investors craving a public statement from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and the latest action in the market.
Lawyers say Facebook is becoming a growing factor in divorce cases and according to a UK survey, more than a third of divorce filings in 2011 contained the word "Facebook." The "Power Lunch" crew discusses Facebook's latest trading performance, with Neil Weinberg, American Banker editor-in-chief.