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CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as investors eye the European Central Bank's interest rate decision on Thursday.
It's time for a public hearing about what's going on with our stock market.
As baseball season gets underway, Mark Lev, Fenway Sports Group managing director, explains how the use of technology is being used to drum up a better fan experience at Fenway Park.
The solar industry will continue to grow, says Ben Kallo, Robert W. Baird analyst, sharing his thoughts on the future competitiveness of the solar industry versus other energy providers.
Neel Kashkari, (R-Calif.) gubernatorial candidate, discusses how regulations are impacting business. Also Kashkari explains why he thinks high frequency trading needs to be regulated.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on the latest details following Friday's 5.1 earthquake.
Russell Goldsmith, Chairman & CEO of City National Bank, shares his thoughts on how banking regulations are impacting regional banks. Neel Kashkari, (R-Calif.) gubernatorial candidate, weighs in.
Twenty-four percent of Californians live in poverty, says Neel Kashkari, (R-Calif.) gubernatorial candidate, sharing his plan to turnaround the Golden State's economy and create jobs. If we could work together in Washington during the financial crisis, we can work together in Sacramento, says Kashkari.
Ian Shepherdson, Pantheon Macroeconomics, shares his thoughts on Fed policy and its impact on the U.S. economy.
With the opening of the baseball season, the champion Boston Red Sox are looking to appeal to younger fans at the ballpark with technology.
California gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari, a former managing director at Pimco, tells CNBC that trading on nanoseconds should be regulated.
Arianna Huffington, Huffington Post co-founder & editor-in-chief, discusses how a healthier work environment could lead to a healthier bottom line for businesses.
The regulators are not doing their job, says Joe Saluzzi, Themis Trading partner, discussing why more transparency is needed to monitor high frequency trading.
Rob Cox, Reuters Breakingviews; Ian Shepherdson, Pantheon Macroeconomics, and Ben White, POLITICO, discuss the upcoming hearing on General Motors' recall crisis.
Rob Cox, Reuters Breakingviews; Ian Shepherdson, Pantheon Macroeconomics, and Ben White, POLITICO, share their views on whether high frequency trading is fair. The question you have to ask is does it endanger the small investor, says Cox.
Dave Briggs, NBC Sports "Sportsdash" host, provides his thoughts on the likely outcome in the NCAA championship playoff. I think the officiating for the last three or four games have been atrocious, says Briggs, but Florida will likely cut down the net.
David Joy, Ameriprise Financial, and Paul Schatz, Heritage Capital, share their thoughts on the outlook on jobs, the economy and markets. In the short-term, I think you can buy weakness and sell strength, suggests Schatz.
CNBC's John Harwood, reports on the deadline for Obamacare; GM's Mary Barra's Capitol Hill hearing, and the latest on Russia's political moves.
European shares trim early gains ahead of the ECB interest rate announcement this week, reports CNBC's Ross Westgate on all the market moving events from Europe.
The Obama administration's health care website stumbled early Monday, falling out of service for nearly four hours on deadline day for sign-ups.
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