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General Electric is selling its remaining 49 percent stake in NBCUniversal to Comcast, with CNBC's Mary Thompson; and Steve Winoker, Sanford Bernstein, weighs in.
Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts told CNBC on Wednesday that he's "bullish and optimistic" about the prospects for NBCUniversal.
Kate Upton, the model who appears on the cover of this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, talks about a chilly photo shoot in Antarctica, and her plans for the future. (3:53)
Actor, producer, political activist, and Frito-Lay representative Eva Longoria visits "Squawk on the Street" after ringing the NYSE's opening bell. (5:45)
Actor and Frito-Lay Spokesperson Eva Longoria, Chef Michael Symon and PepsiCo executives ring the NYSE Opening Bell. Lay's has three new potato chip flavors, including: Cheesy Garlic Bread, Chicken & Waffles, and Sriracha.
Netflix and DreamWorks Animation are teaming up to create the first original series for kids on Netflix, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
PepsiCo is rolling out a Mountain Dew for the morning, Kickstart, which has the Dew flavor plus juice, vitamins B and C and BAM! an extra jolt of caffeine.
Film critic Mark Kermode tells CNBC why Argo beat off the competition at the BAFTAs while trying to explain the lack of an Oscar nomination for Ben Affleck.
The Superdome's power company, New Orleans-based Entergy, took the blame Friday for the Super Bowl blackout. Company officials said the faulty device performed without problem during previous events.
Activision Blizzard reported quarterly earnings and revenue that exceeded analysts' expectations.
Discussing which tech titan may post the best stock returns in 2013, with Josh Brown of Fusion Analytics and Jeff Kilburg of KKM Financial.
Time Warner increased its dividend by 11 percent, and authorized a new $4 billion buyback. CNBC's Julia Boorstin spoke with its CEO Jeff Bewkes for more insight.
Jeff Bewkes, CEO of Time Warner, said that "Netflix is competition, but it's reasonable competition."
John Malone's Liberty Global struck a deal to buy British cable group Virgin Media for about $23 billion, a move that would put the U.S. billionaire up against old rival Rupert Murdoch.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin talks to Disney CEO Robert Iger about advertising trends, where consumers are spending and his outlook for the global economy.
Both companies are expected to benefit from rising fees for their cable channels as well as growing advertising revenue thanks to political campaigns.
Just days after Netflix debuted its long-awaited original show, "House of Cards," many are wondering how it fared. Did the show, which premiered Friday, lure in new subscribers or get current subscribers to hunker down and watch it all weekend?
Investors are wondering if the company can turn itself around, or if it's doomed to continue to decline as people spend more time on mobile devices.
Super Bowl Sunday is an economic boon for many U.S. companies, and the impact is perhaps no stronger than in the food service industry, two food CEOs told CNBC on Monday.
Phil Ehart, Kansas drummer & band manager, provides an inside look at the current state of the music business, as the band celebrates its 40th anniversary.
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