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Was the oil release a political move? Insight on what the government needs to do to develop a viable energy policy, with Frank Glaviano, former Shell America's region production VP; and Gordon Bethune, former Continental Airlines chairman/CEO.
Reaction to the Obama Administration's move to tap world oil reserves, as well as his plans to reshape Fed policy and lead the nation back on the path to prosperity, with Newt Gingrich, GOP presidential candidate.
Is the release of 30 million barrels from U.S. reserves the new quantitative easing, with Ashraf Laidi, Intermarket Strategy CEO.
Greece is the bad penny that keeps cropping up at inconvenient moments. We’d desperately like to forget Greece. Farr has been writing about it for 18 months with all of these depressing comments, and it seems to be among the things blamed for market down days.
Discussing whether stimulus did more harm than good, with Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget & Policy Priorities, and Rep. Jason Chaffetz, (R-UT).
Tuesday will be the 'longest day' in Europe, John M. Hydeskov, chief analyst at Danske Markets in London, told CNBC Tuesday morning.
Discussing who wins and loses in the fight to keep Social Security intact for retirees, with James Pethokoukis, Reuters Money & Politics; David Certner, AARP; and CNBC's Steve Liesman and John Harwood
Much has changed since the last major piece of energy legislation in 2005.
Automakers are gearing up for mass-market production of hydrogen-powered cars starting in 2015, but the fuel-cell technology has plenty of skeptics, including President Barack Obama.
Discussing whether the government will issue another round of quantitative easing, with Ira Epstein, the Linn Group.
Housing construction is such a driver of the Chinese economy that if a real estate bubble were to burst the resulting shock could see economic growth fall to the low single digits. The FT reports.
Discussing whether today's jobs report is an indication of poor political policy, with James Pethokoukis, Reuters Money & Politics; Karen Finney, MSNBC political analyst; and CNBC's Steve Liesman.
A panel of experts discusses the government's intervention in the auto industry and whether it was good for jobs and the market, with David Goerz, Highmark Capital; Jeremy Zirin, UBS; Marc Morial, National Urban League; Ron Christie, Christie Strategies; and CNBC's John Harwood.
Discussing whether government spending is killing or creating jobs, with Ron Christie, Christie Strategies; Marc Morial, National Urban League; David Goerz, Highmark Capital Management; Jeremy Zirin, UBS Wealth Management Research Americas; and CNBC's John Harwood.
The UK's care homes system is under the microscope as Southern Cross, its biggest care homes company, teeters on the brink of collapse.
If recent land auctions across China are anything to go by, then Beijing’s efforts to cool the country’s sizzling residential property market are finally beginning to work after a year of moral suasion and threats to local governments, banks and developers. The FT reports.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on President Obama's trip to Detroit today, on the heels of the successful auto bailouts. But is it one lap too many?
The niche—that includes James Bond-like tools such as infrared cameras, explosive detectors and body scanners—is expected to grow 12 percent annually through 2013, according to one analysis.
The U.S. government is paying doctors to go online. A look at the new technology, and growth opportunities in the industry, with Glen Tullman, Allscripts CEO.
Rep. Barney Frank, (D-Mass.) weighs in on the potential of a U.S. government default, raising the debt limit, the possibility of Medicare cuts and his ideas for where the country can trim budgetary fat.