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Discussing the outlook for the energy markets if an Iranian deal comes, and trading volatility, with Zachary Karabell, Envestnet, and John Wilson, Sprott Asset Management.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen reports at least 14 people were killed in a terrorist attack at a Kenyan university. The US Embassy in Kenya is saying the Islamic Group al-Shabab is to blame.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports Iran nuclear talks will continue until June 30th.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the CDC is warning about a drug-resistant illness outbreak called Shigella.
Discrimination is not only shameful—it's bad for business, says Rep. Mike Honda. And Indiana businesses will suffer the consequences.
A great jobs number could be awful for stocks, says David Seaburg of Cowen & Co.
The pace of job cuts in the United States slowed significantly in March following two consecutive months of downsizing in excess of 50,000 positions.
Top U.S. firms are paying their executives bonuses when they leave for government posts. Now the unions want to stop it.
Volatility index VIX is hovering in the teens. Is this something investors should celebrate or fear?
The new Obamacare enrollment numbers show that you can't fix stupid, says Jake Novak. But wait—he's got an idea.
Don't believe the doomsayers, emails and texting aren't a bad way to communicate at work.
The pain may finally be coming to an end for these names, says “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer.
"Play ball!" With baseball season opening, it's time to take a look at the homes owned or recently sold by 10 current or ex-major leaguers.
A redesign of Honda's Civic car is part of a lineup overhaul intended to preserve brand loyalty, particularly in young Americans.
Janus' Dan Kozlowski looks for three things when hunting for contrarian plays. Here are his picks.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports live from Hearst Castle State Park which is home to the largest producer of grass fed beef in the nation. Whole Foods is one of Hearst's main customers being affected by a reduced herd due to drought.
In "Wag the Dog" the famous Hollywood producer character gets killed for demanding the spotlight. Is that what's happened to Lynn Tilton?
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on technology that allows consumers to use their own facial features and eye retinas to complete transactions.
Jonathan Krinsky, MKM Partners, and David Seaburg, Cowen, discuss if there is opportunity in the underperforming Dow transports.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on mortgage applications rising for the second straight week and non-bank lenders gaining huge market share.