In Tuesday's The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, a big eBay investor defends PayPal's prospects, while Carl Icahn strikes again. And can eBay still grow by itself?» Read More
Ben Kaufman, Quirky founder and CEO, and Garthen Leslie, "AROS" inventor, demonstrate how this reinvented air conditioner can predict household usage and save money.
James Chanos, Kynikos Associates founder, explains why he is selling short PCs but is long disruptive companies like Apple and Samsung.
Eli Capilouto, University of Kentucky president, discusses school pride and the big business of college basketball.
Federal authorities have opened a criminal investigation into a recent $400 million fraud involving Citi's Banamex, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
The oil companies are now saying we can buy Chinese companies that we like, says Jim Chanos, Kynikos Associates founder, sharing his derivative play on Caterpillar, as companies find a way to save money on capital expenditures.
One has to keep in mind that if you are a Western investor in stocks and bonds in China, you are participating in a scheme, not a market, says Jim Chanos, Kynikos Associates founder, sharing his views on investing in China.
Bob Moritz, PricewaterhouseCoopers chairman and senior partner, discusses the company's plan to boost its consulting business by extending its global reach.
James Chanos, Kynikos Associates founder, discusses whether gaining first-hand access to information is deceptive.
James Chanos, Kynikos Associates founder, shares his thoughts on whether the practice of dealing advance information is fraud upon the markets.
CNBC's Steve Liesman and Stuart Hoffman, PNC chief economist, dig through the results of a recent survey which shows small business owners expect to hire more employees and increase wages in the next six to 12 months.
Expectations are rates will remain unchanged despite inflation concerns, reports CNBC's Annette Weisbach.
As a small cap manager I'm looking at volume and my ability to get in and out, but in many cases companies with low liquidity offer investment opportunities, says Chris Retzler, Needham Small Cap Growth Fund, sharing his thoughts on where he is finding investment opportunities.
The suspected gunman is identified as U.S. soldier Ivan Lopez, reports NBC's Jay Gray, with the latest details on the deadly shooting at the Fort Hood military installation in Texas.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as investors remain cautious ahead of the European Central Bank's decision on interest rates.
The knock-on effects from the debate over 'rigged' markets may push high-speed trading firm Virtu to postpone its IPO.
Ron Suskind, "Life, Animated" author, shares his personal story about his family's struggles with his son's autism, and reveals some startling facts from a Centers for Disease Control study that shows autism is on the rise. One in 42 boys are diagnosed with autism, reveals Suskind.
Michael Vogelzang, President and CIO of Boston Advisors, provides his top stock picks as investors rotate out of momentum stocks and into value names.
CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on high-frequency trading and whether the markets are rigged.
It's a perfect storm and everyone is buying, says Fredrik Eklund, Bravo's "Million Dollar Listing New York" star, discussing Manhattan's soaring luxury real estate market.
The markets aren't rigged but they aren't risk-free, says Richard Breeden, Richard C. Breed & Company CEO, providing perspective on the growing controversy over high-frequency trading and the SEC's role in monitoring the activity.
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