NEW YORK— The author of a best-seller about Twitter is working on an investigative book about the black market website Silk Road. According to Portfolio, Bilton has been looking into Silk Road for the past year, in coordination with Epic Magazine. 20th Century Fox has acquired rights to a Silk Road film based on Bilton's book and Epic's planned story.» Read More
Ian Goldin, author of "The Butterfly Defect", says global systems are more integrated but politics is fragmented signaling the potential for another financial crisis.
"Squawk Box" host Andrew Ross Sorkin talks with former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner about what life was like in the White House during the financial crisis and the tough decisions he made.
The "Squawk on the Street" news team discuss former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner's comments about the 2008 financial crisis.
A judge denied a bid by Apple to hold off a trial accusing the company of conspiring with publishers to fix e-book prices.
The Rooster app curates suggestions for books to read then pushes them out to users in timed installments. Jennifer Lee, Rooster co-founder, explains how Rooster delivers bite-size books for people on the go.
Bob Swarup, author of Money Mania, says financial markets have shown the "same old story" in their boom and bust cycles.
Michael Gross, author of "House of Outrageous Fortune," discusses his book which goes inside the nouveau-riche world of Fifteen Central Park West home to power players like Lloyd Blankfein, Denzel Washington and Sting.
Eswar Prasad, author of "Dollar Trap", argues that the U.S. dollar will remain the world's reserve currency for a long time.
Joshua Klein, author of Reputation Economics, discusses how emerging technology is changing commerce as online reputation and data allow companies to tailor their offer to individuals.
Robert Kelsey, author of "Get things done", explains that his self-help book is different from other as it is written from "the sufferer's angle".
Dr. Rob Yeung, author of 'How to Win: The Argument, the Pitch, the Job, the Race', explains the best way to "win the career race" - and arguments around the Christmas lunch table.
Pascal Lamy, author of The Geneva Consensus: Making Trade Work for All and former WTO Director General, says that more open trade across the world is not causing currency wars.
Pascal Lamy, author of The Geneva Consensus: Making Trade Work for All and former WTO Director General, says it is not impossible for the WTO's major trade deal to work despite a large number of countries involved.
A federal judge in Manhattan sided with Google and dismissed a lawsuit filed against by the company by authors over the downloading of digital books.
Eric Stromberg, Oyster CEO, explains how his company allows subscribers to access thousands of book titles from big publishers.
Apple must eliminate its guarantee that its e-book prices would match the lowest prices found online, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin. Molly Wood, CNET.com, discusses whether iTunes' radio will impact other music streaming.
Apple said it "did not conspire to fix e-book pricing," reports CNBC's Jon Fortt. A look at the court's ruling on Apple's business practices.
Barnes and Noble says its CEO William Lynch has resigned and is effective immediately, with the "Fast Money" traders. The stock is down 2.5 percent after hours.
Amazon, which became the biggest force in bookselling by discounting prices, has started to cut back on some of its deals as competition wanes.
A revealing look into the personal lives of two of the world's greatest 20th century authors, with CNBC's Robert Frank.