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While the major indexes rallied on Monday, most people failed to notice the poor close.
Craig Barrett, former Chairman & CEO of Intel, explains why something has to be done to upgrade the U.S. educational system.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen provides a preview of CNBC's top candidates for the most influential names in business over the past 25 years.
Tom Barrack, founder, chairman, and CEO of Colony Capital, shares his top investment strategies, including his outlook on real estate.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche provides a preview of what investors can expect to hear from JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon at today's event.
Fredric Tomczyk, TD Ameritrade president & CEO, shares his thoughts on the state of the retail investor. We are seeing a broader base of investors right now, says Tomczyk. Forty percent of our trade volume is options and futures right now, reveals Tomczyk.
The UAW was looking at employees at the Volkswagen plant as a "dollar bill" to further its union agenda, Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., told CNBC.
Former Intel chief Craig Barrett told CNBC he applauded Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for following that adage coined by Intel's Andy Grove.
The Affordable Care Act got off to a very slow start but we are optimistic it will be a benefit for us, says Trevor Fetter, president & CEO of Tenet Healthcare, discussing his company's quarterly results and his expectations on Obamacare.
CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on the passing of writer-director Harold Ramis and how his films influenced him. He was Carson for the genre, says Cramer.
The union had nothing to offer the autoworkers, says Sen. Bob Corker, (R-TN), speaking out against UAW charges that he interfered in the union vote at a Volkswagen plant in Chattanooga. The employees prevailed, says Sen. Corker.
CNBC's chief international correspondent, Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, tours the palace of former President Viktor Yanukovych.
Harold Ford Jr., Managing Director of Morgan Stanley, shares his thoughts on why leaders in Congress are not trying to find consensus, and weighs in on the tea party's support of raising the minimum wage.
Ed Keon, Quantitative Management Associates, and Michael Tyler, Eastern Bank Wealth Management, discuss whether stocks are too expensive at these levels, and reveal where they are finding the best valuations.
Marcus Lemonis, star of the CNBC series "The Profit," provides a preview of tonight's premiere where he tries to help a struggling car business make a comeback. Also Lemonis explains why he doesn't like Tesla's business model.
Hans Engel, BASF Corporation chairman & CEO, discusses the chemical company's fourth quarter results, and weighs in on currency volatility and the impact of the EU probe of subsidies. We produce our own power, says Engel.
David Bianco, Deutsche Bank chief U.S. equity strategist, explains why he is sticking with his year-end target of 1,850 on the S&P 500.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the latest details on Ukraine's efforts to form a new government and the country's current financial status. The central bank is not defending the currency a market source says.
This is a four to six quarters turnaround, says John Chen, BlackBerry's chief executive, commenting on his company's growth plans from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports.
Brian Nagel, Oppenheimer senior equity analyst, breaks down the numbers on the home improvement retailer's quarterly results. This winter's harsh weather could turn into a positive for the company, says Nagel.
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