• 'Ugly correction' coming: Dennis Gartman Monday, 3 Feb 2014 | 6:21 PM ET
    Dennis Gartman

    But this is still a bull market, said "The Gartman Letter" publisher Dennis Gartman.

  • Taper effect: Here comes a bigger correction Tuesday, 4 Feb 2014 | 10:26 AM ET
    A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Fed stimulus made Wall Street happy but now what? Here comes a bigger correction, says Murray T. Holland of investment bank MHT MidSpan.

  • US growth prospects are better than you think Monday, 3 Feb 2014 | 12:25 PM ET

    The growth prospects for the US economy are better than the data show, says Harvard economist Martin Feldstein. Here's why.

  • Stop complaining about the boss—now Tuesday, 4 Feb 2014 | 11:51 AM ET

    Seriously, what kind of career strategy involves complaining about the boss? Here are 7 tips for how to manage up from career coach Marie McIntyre.

  • Give Christie benefit of the doubt: Tim Pawlenty Tuesday, 4 Feb 2014 | 12:00 AM ET
    Tim Pawlenty

    Tim Pawlenty says N.J. Gov. Chris Christie deserves the benefit of the doubt regarding the "Bridgegate" scandal.

  • Lew: We have less debt ceiling wiggle room now Monday, 3 Feb 2014 | 9:16 AM ET
    Jack Lew, U.S. Treasury Secretary.

    The "extraordinary measures" the Treasury uses to avoid the debt ceiling won't last as long as in previous debt ceiling crises, Jack Lew said.

  • What happened to the glorious 2013 rally? Tuesday, 4 Feb 2014 | 4:06 AM ET

    If you look at the global financial markets, you'd think that something dramatic had happened to send sentiment diving off a cliff after January 1. "What happened to the glorious 2013 rally?," Steve Sedgwick asks.

  • Facebook is becoming Twitter Monday, 3 Feb 2014 | 10:36 AM ET

    While you were uploading baby pictures, Facebook was quietly becoming Twitter. #interesting

  • The 'Merkel put' is a safe bet Sunday, 2 Feb 2014 | 2:24 AM ET

    As European integration continues, German Chancellor Merkel will push for "binding contracts" as a major building block toward the euro area fiscal union.

  • While the "Fragile Five" have been among the hardest hit amid the turmoil in emerging markets, the threat of a full-fledged crisis remains low.

  • Four smart business lessons from NFL playbook Friday, 31 Jan 2014 | 12:10 PM ET
    Richard Sherman #25 of the Seattle Seahawks.

    From Richard Sherman's outburst to Peyton Manning's style, here are some lessons executives can learn from the NFL.

  • Betting on the Super Bowl—Wall Street style Friday, 31 Jan 2014 | 7:00 AM ET
    Peyton Manning #18 of the Denver Broncos.

    Wall Street guys will bet on ANYTHING. It's in their DNA. Former trader Raj Mahal offers up his bets on everything from the Super Bowl to Olympic curling.

  • Are you a spouse? No, I'm a CEO Friday, 31 Jan 2014 | 1:46 PM ET
    A logo sits on a sign at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014.

    Sure there was talk of women's issues at Davos but this female CEO says one of the questions she got asked a lot was: Are you here as a spouse?

  • NFL's dark cloud: The concussion lawsuit Thursday, 30 Jan 2014 | 12:47 PM ET
    Jack Brewer of the New York Giants on December 12, 2004 in Baltimore, Maryland.

    As we approach the highly anticipated Super Bowl, there's one dark cloud that doesn't seem to want to pass over the NFL: The concussion lawsuit, says former NFL player Jack Brewer.

  • Motorola FAIL: What Google needs to learn Thursday, 30 Jan 2014 | 3:00 PM ET
    Motorola Droid 4 smartphone.

    Some people gave Google a pass on the failed Motorola experiment because they're rich and powerful but here's the lesson they need to learn, says Jon Fortt.

  • MasterCard exec: Time to put chips in credit cards Thursday, 30 Jan 2014 | 2:35 PM ET
    Shopper uses a credit card machine at Target

    After data breaches at big name retailers rattled customers, this MasterCard executive says now is the time to upgrade credit-card technology.

  • JK Rowling: Nice books, but not that important Thursday, 30 Jan 2014 | 11:24 AM ET
    J.K. Rowling

    Apologies to Harry Potter fans, but J.K. Rowling doesn't belong on the CNBC list of the top 25 business movers and shakers over the last 25 years.

  • Why Ebbers and Lay should be on this list Wednesday, 29 Jan 2014 | 8:27 AM ET
    From left: Bernie Ebbers and Ken Lay

    As CNBC seeks to find the 25 most influential leaders, Buzzfeed's Jon Steinberg argues it should include some famous failures, including WorldCom's Ebbers and Enron's Lay.

  • Milken to Madoff: Villains who changed the world Tuesday, 28 Jan 2014 | 8:28 AM ET
    Bernard Madoff, money manager and accused mastermind of a $50 billion investment fraud, walks toward his home after appearing in court in New York on Dec. 17, 2008.

    CNBC is remembering the most impactful leaders of the past 25 years — and we can't do that without acknowledging some of the villains who changed the world like Milken and Madoff.

  • This will be a tough year for developing economies Wednesday, 29 Jan 2014 | 2:53 PM ET

    The Fed taper may be one of the sure things for 2014 — get ready for volatility, especially in developing economies, says Wharton Professor Joao Gomes.

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