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The markets have tried to get out of a deep whole all day, but remain in the red, explains CNBC's Bob Pisani. GoDaddy is open for trading today.
Stocks that will work in the second quarter, with Atlantic Trust CIO's David Donabedian, and Fred Alger Management's Dan Chung, discuss.
Norwegian Cruise Lines CEO Frank Del Rio, shares his positive outlook for doing business with Cuba.
Utilities are the worst performing sector this year, and health care is the best. CNBC's Dominic Chu checks out which sectors typically stand out in April, with the help of Kensho.
Sam Zell is seeking demand, but having trouble; and Warren Buffett is seeing improvement in the U.S. economy. Who's right? Atlantic Trust CIO's David Donabedian, and Fred Alger Management's Dan Chung, discuss.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports what worrisome economic data could be posing a risk to the Friday jobs report.
Brian Johnson, Senior Auto Analyst at Barclays shares the trends in car connectivity and the players set to benefit.
Patriarch Partners and Lynn Tilton filed a counter-suit against the SEC, claiming it violated their right to the constitution.
Oil companies are cutting dividends. Banks are a mess. Apple's dividend is the best stock income bet going, and it's about to get bigger.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Surveys show investors have no idea what's going to happen to the stock market next. Here's how to trade the unknown.
Ready for tomorrow? "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer shares the two market themes that are key to making more money.
HBO's foray into the on-demand video streaming world pioneered by Netflix and Hulu could boost the stock of parent company Time Warner, analysts say.
After the best quarter in years for the greenback, traders make the call on the second quarter.
Investors need to be careful with momentum stocks, particularly those whose momentum is "hidden," BlackRock's Russ Koesterich said.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the economics of the housing market, saying home prices are accelerating again.
Berkshire Automotive Chairman Larry Van Tuyl, and Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett, discuss what kinds of cars they drive themselves.
Berkshire Automotive Chairman Larry Van Tuyl, and Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett, discuss whether a self-driving car is a reality, and the collaboration of auto companies and technology companies.
Berkshire Automotive Chairman Larry Van Tuyl, discusses new ideas in the business of selling cars. Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett, provides perspective.
Berkshire Hathaway's Warren Buffett, shares his view of the U.S. economy, and says businesses should continue to do things that make sense.