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With the Farmers' Almanac predicting snow around the time of New York's first Super Bowl, NFL officials wore brave faces on CNBC a day before the regular season kicks off.
As he enters his 14th NFL season, three-time Super Bowl winner Tom Brady of the New England Patriots told CNBC that he strives to get better with age.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft did little the clear up the mystery of how Russian President Putin ended up with his Super Bowl ring. But on CNBC Wednesday, Kraft made Putin an offer.
Sean Hyman, editor of Moneynews, Ultimate Wealth Report, discusses the risks for the gold short seller and why he's so bullish over the precious metal. Carl Larry, Oil Outlooks & Opinions, and Marc Chandler, Brown Brothers Harriman, look at oil, currencies, and the taper, respectively. With New England Patriots owner Bob Kraft.
Robert Kraft, chairman and CEO of The Kraft Group and owner of the New England Patriots, shares his outlook for the team and the upcoming season. Patriots quarterback Tom Brady joins the conversation and discusses his TB12 Sports Therapy Center.
Barbara Marcin, Gabelli Dividend Income Fund, discusses the impact of Syria on investors and whether U.S. involvement there will create an issue when it comes to raising the debt ceiling.
CNBC's Eamon Javers discusses comments made Tuesday in Secretary of State John Kerry's testimony to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. His remarks seemed to leave open the possibility of U.S. ground troops should the situation in Syria implode.
Bob Holderith, president & founder, Emerging Global Advisors, discusses economic growth in emerging markets and where investors should seek opportunities. He also looks at the influence of the consumer on the global economy.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest details on the situation in Syria, including Secretary of State John Kerry's testimony in front of a Senate Committee. The Senate could vote to authorize action today, says Javers.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe. The markets were down across Europe, in spite of strong economic data from England.
CNBC's Jim Cramer takes a look at deals between Verizon, Vodafone, Microsoft and Nokia.
Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., discusses the questions he has about involvement in Syria and what he wants to hear before he agrees to support it.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the deal between CBS and Time Warner Cable, which brought the network back to TWC.
Pico CEO and co-CIO Mohamed El-Erian discusses the markets and his opinion on events in Syria as well as whether he will upgrade his outlook on the global economy.
Brendan Barnicle of Pacific Crest Securities addresses whether Microsoft had to buy a hardware company to keep its Windows business relevant and calls it a risky deal for the software giant.
William Browder, CEO, Hermitage Capital Management, looks at Russia's relationship with Syria and the benefits of instability in the Middle East. National pride and relevance are the reasons behind the country's stance in Syria, he says. With Jason Trennert.
Gen. Barry McCaffrey, MSNBC Military Analyst, discusses his belief that the U.S. should strike in Syria as punishment for the country using chemical weapons against its own civilians. McCaffrey supports the President going to Congress for approval.
Syria's economy is small, but a conflict could ensnare a half-dozen other countries, Pimco's Mohamed El-Erian said.
Microsoft's deal to buy Nokia's mobile phone business may be about one man—Stephen Elop—and whether he's being groomed to take over the top job.
President Barack Obama can use action against Syria to send a "global message" to U.S. antagonists, a top Senate Democrat said on Tuesday.
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