• Real solutions to America's jobs problem Wednesday, 19 Feb 2014 | 7:00 AM ET
    A worker heats a grinding roll at the Modern Process Equipment manufacturing facility in Chicago.

    Government fixes aren’t really fixing anything. Carol Roth offers a few solutions for really getting to the heart of America's jobs problem.

  • Dennis Gartman: I'm getting a 'little concerned' Wednesday, 19 Feb 2014 | 2:17 AM ET
    Dennis Gartman

    Despite his mild concern, influential investor Dennis Gartman says it's still a bull market for stocks.

  • 'Probably too late' to buy US stocks: Marc Faber Tuesday, 18 Feb 2014 | 8:56 AM ET
    Marc Faber

    The long-running bull market in U.S. stocks runs the risk of ending badly, and that's why perennial contrarian Marc Faber warned investors Tuesday to stay away.

  • Poll: The 25 most important of the last 25 years Friday, 17 Jan 2014 | 10:55 AM ET

    The top 100 people who have had the greatest influence, sparked the biggest changes and caused the most disruption over the past twenty five years.

  • Obamacare: Real stories from real people Wednesday, 8 Jan 2014 | 10:13 AM ET

    In CNBC.com's first-person series on Obamacare, patients tell their stories, in their own words, about what it was like signing up for a new health-care plan.

  • Stop whining! The US economy is in good shape Sunday, 16 Feb 2014 | 8:36 PM ET
    Community Job Center in the Brooklyn borough of New York City

    The U.S. economy up its employment by nearly 2 million people over the past year, despite operating at a percentage point below its growth rate.

  • Here's a great money tip—No! Tuesday, 18 Feb 2014 | 10:03 AM ET
    One of Jerry Lynch's best pieces of advice? No!

    Want more money? Just say "No!" Financial advisor Jerry Lynch offers up some of the best money advice he's ever received.

  • Eh, don't put too much stock in retail earnings Tuesday, 18 Feb 2014 | 8:22 AM ET
    An employee rings up a customer at Macy's in New York.

    All eyes are on retail for signs on the consumer but there are a few reasons to be wary of fourth-quarter earnings, says the CEO of CardHub.com.

  • Tips for dating on Wall Street—yep, you're a jerk Friday, 14 Feb 2014 | 9:12 AM ET
    Wall Street guys never used to have to work this hard to get the girl.

    Saying you worked on Wall Street used to have status. Now, the ladies think you're just a jerk who ruined the economy. Here's how to win her over.

  • 'Too big to fail' is worse now: Farr Friday, 14 Feb 2014 | 7:00 AM ET

    Regulators have addressed many issues but "too big to fail" has actually gotten worse, says Michael Farr.

  • Bank regulators are increasing risk: Bove Thursday, 13 Feb 2014 | 12:03 PM ET

    Regulators are actually increasing risk in the US banking system, says bank analyst Richard X. Bove.

  • The ripple effect of the US shale boom Friday, 14 Feb 2014 | 2:33 AM ET

    Those who dismiss technologies like shale extraction as niche developments do so at their peril, writes Mark Haefele from UBS Wealth Management.

  • Four tips for managing catastrophic risk Friday, 14 Feb 2014 | 10:39 AM ET

    Companies can't just react to catastrophes like extreme weather or the financial crisis—they need to be proactive. Here are four tips.

  • Janet Yellen is NOT Ben Bernanke Thursday, 13 Feb 2014 | 7:00 AM ET
    Janet Yellen, the new Federal Reserve Board chairwoman, appears before the House Financial Services Committee on February 11, 2014 in Washington.

    Sure, she signaled that she would continue the Bernanke policy but make no mistake—she’s not going to be just like Ben, says Bob Brusca. Here’s why.

  • The market loves Yellen—but for how long?: Polcari Wednesday, 12 Feb 2014 | 7:00 AM ET
    Janet Yellen, the new Federal Reserve Board chairwoman, appears before the House Financial Services Committee on February 11, 2014 in Washington.

    The market loved Janet Yellen's congressional testimony — but once reality sets in, the Yellen glow will fade, says NYSE floor trader Kenny Polcari.

  • Memo to AOL: This is what's really distressed Wednesday, 12 Feb 2014 | 10:31 AM ET
    Tim Armstrong, CEO and chairman of AOL

    The AOL CEO’s comments about two “distressed babies” and how it impacted the company’s 401(k) decisions is only part of the story.

  • Moms with tattoos: Provocative and powerful Wednesday, 12 Feb 2014 | 1:02 PM ET

    Getty Images' director of visual trends talks about a powerful and provocative update, from moms with tattoos to soldiers and skateboards.

  • Yellen just added pressure on emerging markets Tuesday, 11 Feb 2014 | 5:14 PM ET
    Fed Reserve Chair Janet Yellen before the House Financial Services Committee.

    Janet Yellen gave a thumb's up to the US economy. And as established economies get more attractive, emerging markets have to work harder to attract—and keep—investors.

  • Why Google is tech's darling—not Apple Wednesday, 12 Feb 2014 | 8:47 AM ET
    A sign is posted on the exterior of Google headquarters on January 30, 2014 in Mountain View, California.

    Investors "heart" Google and it is the search giant's stock, not Apple, that is the darling of the tech sector now, says Tom Kee.

  • Five reasons China will fail to dominate Tuesday, 11 Feb 2014 | 7:00 AM ET
    woman walks with her child on a street as schools were closed due to the heavy smog in Jilin, northeast China's Jilin province.

    China may have the world’s second-largest economy but here are five reasons why it will fail to dominate global commerce, says investor Ed Sappin.

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