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CNBC's Josh Lipton reports a new bus service that launched in San Francisco this week offers free Wi-Fi and snacks for purchase.
Michael Farr, President of Farr, Miller and Washington, and Brian Singer, head of dynamic allocation strategies at William Blair
Analysts expect another tough year for the steel industry, reports CNBC's Morgan Brennan.
CNBC's Sara Eisen reports Treasury Secretary Jack Lew is saying the strong dollar is a good thing. Insight to Yellen's view, along with corporate America.
The Obama administration has released new rules on fracking, JetBlue tops a new survey in airline customer service and Burger King advertisements in Japan are reportedly promising a limited edition Whopper-scented perfume.
How to invest in the repairing of America's infrastructure, with Josh Duitz, Alpine Funds.
How to play equities as risks have increased, with Katie Nixon, Northern Trust, and Stephen Freedman, UBS.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports which biotech stocks are fueling the run higher in the iShares Nasdaq Biotech ETF, the IBB.
Biogen will move its Alzheimer's drug quickly into phase 3 studies, jumping over the middle stage, reports CNBC's Meg Tirrell.
CNBC Pro highlights the top performing stocks this week and analyzes whether the good times will continue.
Americans aren't racists, Starbucks. We're capitalists. Just like you.
"This is not going to be a big blizzard, but it is going to be several inches of snow," said Ari Sarsalari, a meteorologist for The Weather Channel.
Mandatory voting laws can have a bad side effect: "donkey voters."
A father of two school-aged girls finds that playing Monopoly teaches valuable lessons they can't learn in school.
While the long-term result of a rate increase will be positive for consumers, short term, it's likely to be costly.
The weakness in Russia due to sanctions is the big question hanging over emerging markets, fund manager Mark Mobius tells CNBC.
The greenback is set to extend its rally against emerging market currencies, according to Goldman Sachs.
Cold out there? That could mean that corporate bond yields will rise five years from today, according to one technician's strangely compelling chart.
A high-yield manager said that wider market reaction to Federal Reserve policy can provide "buying opportunities."
How to invest when the dollar is strong and oil is weak.