The so-called "four horsemen" have helped power the Nasdaq to new records. Of those tech leaders, one name stood out for two analysts.» Read More
Edmund Lee, Re/code, talks about what the FCC's decision on Net neutrality means and how it could impact the growth of the Internet overall.
People are used to seeing Power Lunch co-host Mandy Drury with all the glitz and glam of TV. They reacted much differently when she had a black eye.
Reaganomics will never go away as long as Larry Kudlow is alive, he says. Unfortunately, true Reaganomics hasn't been practiced for the last 15 years.
Instagram growth and advertising's move to digital will drive a Facebook stock rally, Cowen and Co.'s David Seaburg said.
The US needs to stop tiptoeing around religious sensitivity when it comes to terrorist acts in the name of Islam, says David Phillips.
Cleveland Federal Reserve President Loretta Mester explains why she still thinks June should be a viable option to raise interest rates.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau and Seth Kaplan of Airline Weekly, discuss the need to upgrade the airline industry's infrastructure, including air traffic controls.
Loretta Mester, Cleveland Federal Reserve President, talks about yesterday's hearings and whether the Fed has been too politicized. She also says she believes a June rate rise should definitely be an option.
Mindy Grossman, CEO, HSN Inc., talks about the company's Q4 results and how the port problems in California have impacted HSN's business.
In today's "rich rundown," CNBC's Robert Frank reports on a $48.5 million apartment in Manhattan; an heiress' wealth and the selling of Bugatti's last Veyron.
Cynthia Silver, Century 21 Martinez & Associates, checks out real estate listings in Las Vegas, NV where the median sale price is $186,785.
Discussing the play on tech as the Nasdaq approaches 5,000 with Mark Travis, Intrepid Capital Funds. Peter Cecchini, Cantor Fitzgerald, provides insight on the strength of the U.S.
IBM chairman and CEO Ginni Rometty reminded investors IBM is a high value innovation company and one that runs the critical systems of the world. CNBC's David Faber discusses how IBM should be measured on its growth initiative.
Mark Travis likes Royal Mail Group in international play.
NY state appeals court revived Macy's claims against JC Penney, California enters its fourth year of water drought, and Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is reinstated, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
Craig Bomben’s office can go to Mach 2, faster than the speed of sound. Bomben is the chief test pilot and vice president of flight operations at Boeing.
The FCC has approved net neutrality rules. Which stocks will be directly impacted by the vote, with CNBC's Morgan Brennan.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the FCC has approved net neutrality rules by vote of 3-2 and outlines who the vote will impact most.
United Airlines issued a warning to its pilots. Discussing whether travelers should be worried, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Enshrining net neutrality into Federal Communications Communications rules subjects the Internet to the whims of politicians, Mark Cuban tells CNBC.