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Jeremy Siegel, Wharton professor of finance, and Barry Knapp, Barclays, discuss the long-term and short-term impact of the Fed's tapering process on the markets.
The tech company's five year plan won't take that long to see results, said Meg Whitman, Hewlett-Packard CEO, with an update on her company's turnaround plan and cloud technology strategy.
CNBC's Steve Liesman and BTIG's Dan Greenhaus, follow the Fed's timeline for implementing its monetary policy.
In the second part of a CNBC interview, Marc Andreessen of Andreessen Horowitz talks about the government surveillance controversy and why he thinks people will feel "naked and lonely" without the high-tech eyewear.
Rodney Martin, ING U.S. chairman & CEO, explains why the nation needs to redefine retirement and shares his company's plans to re-brand its business for "retirement readiness" planning.
Legendary tech innovator, Marc Andreessen, Andreessen Horowitz co-founder, explains why he thinks Meg Whitman is the "world class" chief executive that Hewlett-Packard deserves.
Michael Trostel, USGA Museum curator & historian, shares highlights of some of golf's greatest moments.
Colin Mahony, HP vice president & general manager, reveals the latest big data trends and how companies manage to store massive amounts of information.
PGA champion K.J. Choi talks with CNBC's Joe Kernen about his game and the wet playing conditions at this year's tournament.
Cargill CEO Gregory Page discusses how to align immigration reform with security and safety issues, as well as China's appetite for global food deals.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the latest details on the unrest in Turkey, as Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan talks with activists about a potential referendum to suspend a controversial development plan for Istanbul's Gezi Park.
After days of anti-government protests, the prime minister of Turkey is calling on demonstrators to withdraw from Istanbul's Gezi Park, reports NBC's Richard Engle.
Michael Odell, CEO of Pep Boys, reveals his company's new look and shares his plans to expand its business.
Lincoln Wallen, DreamWorks, and John Hinshaw, HP, discuss ways the tech community is working to maintain enough space to store big data.
Steven Cook, Council on Foreign Steven Cook, Council on Foreign Relations, provides perspective on the Obama administrations promise to step up assistance to Syrian rebels, as the U.S. studies the possibility of a no-fly zone near the Jordan border.
Is the Turkish government mishandling the violent protesting? Hugh Pope, International Crisis Group, provides perspective on the unrest, and weighs in on the political "U-turn" needed to curb the crisis.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as better-than-expected economic data in the U.S. soothed global markets.
Derek Young, Fidelity Investments, and Doug Cote, ING Investment Management, explain how BOJ policy, and "taper talk," is creating market choppiness.
Jeremy Siegel, Wharton professor of finance, and Barry Knapp, Barclays, provide perspective on the markets' recovery, as uncertainty about Fed policy looms.
CNBC's Joe Kernen shares what he learned about market fundamentals while playing a round of golf with Montclair Golf Club pro Mike Strlekar and Neuberger Berman's Charles Kantor.
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