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California passed a law that forbids businesses from punishing negative online reviewers. Domenic Romano, Romano Law managing attorney, and Jim Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute, debate whether this is fair.
The National Association of Manufacturers is out with a new study showing regulations are costing the economy more than $2 trillion annually. CEO and president Jay Timmons, explains why the costs have gotten so bad.
Senator Chuck Schumer, (D-N.Y.), discusses his anti-inversion tax plan. Schumer's proposal would make inverting less economically attractive and restrict inversions until 2017.
Discussing decriminalizing drugs, with Sir Richard Branson, Virgin Group chairman & CEO. The way to deal with it is to treat drugs as a health problem, says Branson.
Leigh Steinberg, Steinberg Sports & Entertainment CEO, weighs in on the controversy surrounding former Baltimore Raven Ray Rice and criticism for Commissioner Roger Goodell. Steinberg says there is nothing on the TMZ tape that was not already relayed to the commissioner and the Baltimore Ravens.
Discussing inversion solutions and who has the greater authority to address tax inversions, Congress or the Obama administration, with Rep. Chris Van Hollen, (D-Md.).
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew urged Congress to pass anti-tax inversion legislation, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on former SAC portfolio manager Mathew Martoma's sentence day.
Pot entrepreneur Cheryl Shuman, Cheryl Shuman Inc. CEO, discusses marijuana culture and legislation, and goes behind the scenes of the Beverly Hills Cannabis Club.
FBI agents arrested Investors Relations executive Michael Lucarelli on charges related to insider trading. CNBC's Sue Herera shows video of Lucarelli taking off from CNBC cameras upon leaving the federal court building Tuesday.
James Stewart of The New York Times, discusses his column about Hewlett-Packard's shadowy deal with Autonomy.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, discusses whether criminal investigations should have taken place over selling faulty mortgage securities.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, discusses what led to massive settlements for mortgage serving banks, and shares his opinions on whether Angelo Mozilo, Countrywide's former chairman and CEO should face civil charges.
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, answers why $17 billion is the right settlement amount for Bank of America with the Justice Department.
Walter Olson, Cato Institute senior fellow, and retired Los Angeles Sheriff's Department lieutenant, Richard Lichten, discuss if military equipment should be repurposed for police use in the U.S.
CNBC's Scott Wapner and Hampton Pearson discuss President Obama's remarks on the police killing of an unarmed teenager Ferguson, Missouri, and the protests following the event.
President Obama addresses the protests in Ferguson, Missouri, after the police killing of an unarmed teenager in the community.
Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller, has joined the fight to urge the FDA to strengthen electronic cigarette regulations and adopt new policies to protect minors from harmful flavoring and addictive electronic cigarettes.
The court hearing over Argentina's debt situation has finished. CNBC's Dominic Chu reports the judge demands Argentina's misleading statements must stop.
A judge in California has rejected preliminary approval of a settlement between workers and tech firms over hiring, reports CNBC's John Fortt.