Any mother of young kids knows how tough it is to keep up with them. C'mon, you know it's true, it can be absolutely exhausting.
Amanda Drury, CNBC's co-host of "Streeet Signs," had to scoot after her two rambunctious little boys, until she realized the best way to keep up with them, was to join them. They loved to ride around the city on their scooters, so she bought one of her own.
Now, she's a bit of a scooter-pro.
Millions of us fantasize about what we would do if we won the lottery. With the newest Powerball jackpot worth more than $400 million, millions of Americans are dreaming of how that money could change their lives.
But guess what; even if you beat the odds (and good luck, you've got like 1 in 175 million chances of winning) you wouldn't be a member of the world's most exclusive club: that of the mega, mega rich.
It makes sense that Phil LeBeau, CNBC's transportation correspondent, would hear a lot of stories from the kings of the road – America's truckers. But he began hearing from them back in the 80's in the middle of the night.
As the editor of the NetNet blog and our man who covers Wall Street and finance, he relies on social media to find out the latest on the street; who's making what deals, who's making news before they're making news, who's out, who's in and of course the wayward ways of those so-called "Masters of the Universe."
How does he do it and does he ever think he's overdoing it? John takes a moment to go off line to talk to "Unscripted."
- Posted by CNBC's Gloria McDonough-Taub
Ahhhh those interns; so young, so unjaded, so eager to learn.
Remember those days?
Millions of those "wanna get a good job" college kids are back in school, and preparing to send out their resumes, hoping to land the internship (and make those connections) that will change their lives.
It sure changed the lives for many of us here at CNBC.
Who would have thought that a four-letter word could change the lives of millions of us? No, not that word – something a lot more family-friendly.