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CNBC's Dominic Chu and Morgan Brennan compare two homes located in areas where local schools have won the NCAA basketball tournament. And Dolly Lenz, CNBC contributor, weighs in on which home offers the better value.
Jenny Abramson, LiveSafe president & CEO, discusses how her software company allows smartphone users to alert police in real time. And Abramson explains why she thinks IAC's Barry Diller is the ultimate disruptor.
Sen. Marco Rubio, R- Fla., shares his thoughts on how erosion of values are impacting economic well-being. Also Rubio weighs in on New Jersey's Gov. Chris Christie chances in a presidential run.
Regulations are an impediment to innovation, says Sen. Marco Rubio, R- Fla., discussing why the government should have to calculate the impact of regulations.
It is a decidedly dicey time and caution is required says Hans Olsen, Barclays Wealth and Investment Management, sharing his thoughts on the markets. And Jonathan Golub, RBC Capital Markets, reveals his views on interest rates. Without the Fed easing the short end of the curve there's almost no way you're going to get interest rates much higher, predicts Golub.
Steve Liesman explains how CNBC will be able to take a blizzard of economic data and translate it into what it means for real GDP growth.
Seven homes are competed in CNBC's March Madness of million-dollar homes. And the winner is...
Our balance sheet is very large, says Charles Plosser, Philadelphia Fed president & CEO, discussing the impact of unwinding the Fed's asset buying program.
Third-generation money manager Sam Stovall, chief equity strategist at S&P Capital IQ, tells CNBC he doesn't let his emotions rule his stock picks.
"Customers should be allowed to buy products that fit their need," the Florida Republican says.
The Fed "tried to say very explicitly" that "the expectations have not changed," Philly Fed President Charles Plosser tells CNBC.
Sam Stovall, S&P Capital IQ chief equity strategist, explains why he takes a look back at historical trends to see whether it's time to pull or sell in a market decline.
Charles Plosser, Philadelphia Fed president & CEO, shares his thoughts on raising the Federal Funds rate. There's a gradual adjustment process to get us there, says Plosser.
Mother Nature seems to be against the operation, reports CNBC's Sri Jegarajah with the latest details on the search for missing flight MH370.
There's a lot of evidence and surveys that suggested six months is not a wildly unexpected time frame, says Charles Plosser, Philadelphia Fed president & CEO, weighing in on comments made by Janet Yellen on rates, but economic conditions is a much better way to think about it, Plosser explains.
Marcus Lemonis, CNBC's "The Profit" star, and Camping World CEO, explains what happened when he tried to help a toy company make a comeback.
We've seen an increase in "cybermischief" over the past few years, says William Plummer, Huawei vice president of external communications, discussing allegations that the NSA spied on Chinese telecom giant Huawei. There is a growing mistrust among technology information networks, Plummer adds.
"Too Big to Fail" author Andrew Ross Sorkin, who's also co-host of CNBC's "Squawk Box," talked about the new drama for Showtime that he collaborated on with the writers of "Oceans Thirteen" and "Rounders."
Julian Emanuel, UBS, and Sarat Sethi, Douglas C. Lane & Associates, provides growth plays which include industrials and data storage. You want to be part of the group that is spending money, says Sethi.
A high-priced drug sold by Gilead Sciences is under lawmakers' scrutiny. But one analyst says there's a bigger problem.
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