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Former telecom analyst Jack Grubman, Magee Group founder, says the "math" don't seem to add up in the pending deal between DISH Network and Sprint Nextel.
David Steiner, Waste Management CEO, explains how his company is helping businesses find value by making it easier to recycle their garbage and unwanted materials.
Brad Anderson, former CEO of Best Buy, says the electronic retailer's turnaround plan seems to be working by improving the consumer experience.
CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin reveals what he learned about investing from playing a round of golf with Elmwood Country Club pro Mike Stubblefield and Stephan Weinberger of Matrix Asset Advisors.
Jerry Webman, Oppenheimer Funds chief economist, shares his views on the future of QE and explains why the risk to the economy is likely to the upside.
News that the Fed may be considering to taper its bond purchase program has brought anxiety for the markets this week, with Saira Malik, TIAA-CREF; James Bullard, St. Louis Fed president; and Larry Kantor, Barclays.
Jeffrey Saut, Raymond James chief investment strategist, discusses how investors can navigate their way through runaway rallies and buying stampedes.
Unilever is the world's largest maker of ice cream; Breyer's, Magnum and Ben and Jerry's are just some of its brands. Kees Kruythoff, Unilever North America president, weighs in.
BlackRock boss Larry Fink and Budget Chairman Rep. Paul Ryan sound the alarm on Americans' insufficient retirement savings and what needs to be done to grow their nest eggs.
Eugene Profit, a former NFL cornerback, has a game plan for investing. Now as CEO of Profit Investment Management, he says, "you have to do your job and no excuses."
"Lightning doesn't strike the short trees," former analyst Jack Grubman tells CNBC in his first TV interview since his settlement with the SEC in 2003.
The Jersey Shore is ready to welcome tourists for the summer, with CNBC's Kayla Tausche.
Dish Network doesn't want to own Sprint Nextel or Clearwire, telecom expert Jack Grubman says in his first TV appearance since settling conflict of interest allegations in 2003.
All the taper talk from the Fed is giving the markets a dose of volatility, with Mark Zandi, Moody's Analytics, and Neil Irwin, Washington Post, discuss.
The boss of UltimatePoker.com—the first legal, real-money poker site in the U.S.—told CNBC that users can only play in one state right now but not for long.
In a surprise move, Procter & Gamble is announcing the return of AG Lafley as chief executive. Linda Bolton Weiser, B. Riley Senior analyst, weighs in.
Self-driving cars will be in Tesla's future, CEO and founder Elon Musk tells CNBC, and the company has been in preliminary talks with Google about the project.
The tapering talk from the Fed this week has created some anxiety in the markets, with Charles Campbell, MKM Partners; Marin Franklin; Jarden; and Larry Kantor, MKM Partners.
CNBC's Louisa Bojesen reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as concerns surface over risks to medium and small Italian banks.
OPEC's twelve member countries are meeting to discuss oil production levels, but are not expected to make changes to output policy, reports CNBC'S Stephen Sedgwick.
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