Two years after being stripped of his Tour de France titles, Lance Armstrong suddenly faces an increased risk of losing his personal fortune. USA Today reports.» Read More
Will.i.am, founding shareholder of Beats Electronics and frontman for The Black Eyed Peas, discusses the beginning of Beats Electronics and its collaborations with Apple.
Technology is increasingly integrated with culture, says Will.i.am, founding shareholder of Beats Electronics and frontman for pop supergroup The Black Eyed Peas. He say Apple is great at melding technology and culture.
First Lady Michelle Obama hosts the first annual Turnaround Arts talent show at the White House. The program is administered by The President's Committee on the Arts and the Humanities to help turn around low-performing schools through engagement with the arts. PCAH member Sarah Jessica Parker performs with the students.
CNBC's Bob Pisani speaks to NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal, at BTIG's annual charity day where celebrities man the phones to make trades. All the commissions benefit more than 200 charities.
CNBC's Bob Pisani speaks to NBA superstar Shaquille O'Neal, about the apology of L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling for his racist remarks. Shaq says nobody will be fully happy until Sterling sells the team and his wife should too.
Living Proof co-owner and actress Jennifer Aniston, discusses the consumer hair care market and how current beauty companies are failing shoppers.
Living Proof co-owner and actress Jennifer Aniston, discusses the hair care market and gives an inside look at her new hair product store, Living Proof.
Max Wolff, Citizen V.C. chief economist; Yukari Kane, author of "Haunted Empire: Apple After Steve Jobs"; and David Nelson, Belpointe Asset Management.
A look at Apple's could-be deal with Beats Electronics, with CNBC's Morgan Brennan.
In 1977, Suzanne Somers was one of the most famous women in Hollywood. And even then, she thought like an entrepreneur.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on the race to be hip hop's first billionaire.
Discussing competition in the music streaming space, and what a potential deal between Apple and Beats Electronics could mean for the industry, with Elias Roman, Songza co-founder & CEO.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen asks Robert Frank and Dominic Chu whether the potential deal between Apple and Beats Electronics makes Dr. Dre a billionaire.
Celebrities, including Jay Leno, are joining in protests outside a Beverly Hills hotel, reports CNBC's Morgan Brennan.
CNBC's Mandy Drury reports the original manuscript for Bob Dylan's "Like A Rolling Stone" will be auctioned off at Sotheby's and could fetch as much as $2 million.
Water.org founders Matt Damon and CEO Gary White discuss their efforts to tackle the clean water crisis around the world. Damon also weighs in on rumors of playing "Aquaman."
*Appeals court says case did not belong in New Jersey. *Diane Sawyer, Michael Bloomberg, Rahm Emanuel were victims. The 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said the prosecution of Andrew Auernheimer did not belong in New Jersey, hundreds of miles from his alleged crimes, and as a result, his November 2012 conviction and 41- month prison sentence could not stand.
National real estate brokerage Redfin put together a list of the top celebrity real estate sales of 2013.
Rock legend Paul Stanley from KISS talks about his new book "A Life Exposed." Stanley also discusses music streaming saying "musicians and creative people aren't getting their due."
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow recently spoke out on being a working mother on set. Working mom Mackenzie Dawson and Ylan Mui, Washington Post reporter, weigh in.