Thursday's Good, Bad and Ugly is all Warren Buffett, talking about a bet he made, how he doesn't like bonds, and his big regret.» Read More
Your smartphone can tell you, says Charles Yim, Breathometer founder & CEO, explaining how his device allows people to check their BAC levels. This is more of a second reference point and not a replacement for good judgment, says Yim. And Kevin O'Leary, "Shark Tank" co-host explains how this device has changed behavior in his home and demonstrates how it works.
CNBC's Steve Liesman shares the results of the latest CNBC survey which shows 53% of those polled said people were poor due to circumstance, while only 43% said people are wealthy due to circumstance. Also a look at the political split between the reasons for poverty vs. wealth.
This comes at a critical time, says CNBC's Rick Santelli breaking down the better-than-expected numbers on durable goods.
Investors should not be running in to buy these but should watch them trade and make them a small part of their portfolio, says Kathleen Smith, Renaissance Capital principal, sharing her thoughts on the IPO market.
Even with the Internet, real estate agents are still a "very integral" part of buying and selling homes, Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff told CNBC's "Squawk Box."
Nomura Analyst Anthony DiClemente tells CNBC what's working in the media sector, providing his take on names like Discovery and Fox.
Retail investors shouldn't rush into the IPO market, Renaissance Capital's Kathleen Smith tells CNBC.
An all-expenses paid degree should be enough incentive for the college athletes who don't turn pro, NCAA President Mark Emmert told CNBC.
We are on a gradual path to normalized growth, says David Spika, The Westwood Funds, sharing his outlook on the markets, including financial and energy plays.
They are not unionized employees of the university, says Mark Emmert, NCAA president, explaining why he thinks college athletes should not be paid but rather it allows the players to obtain an education that will help them throughout their lives. Also a look at where all the NCAA money goes.
Spencer Rascoff, CEO of Zillow, provides an outlook on the housing market. We're not in a normal market yet, explains Rascoff, there is very limited inventory.
Now that former JPMorgan executive Michael Cavanaugh has left the building, who's on the short list of likely successors? CNBC's Kayla Tausche takes a look at several likely candidates.
Andrew Kuchins, CSIS Russia & Eurasia program director, shares his thoughts on Putin's power play. I don't expect to see thousands of troops coming into Ukraine, but I do think there will be further destabilization in the Eastern part of the country, says Kuchin.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera takes a look at the big divide within Ukraine over Mother Russia and the deep economic ties of former Soviet Republics.
CNBC's Steve Liesman shares the results of the latest CNBC survey which shows how people view the current state of the economy, housing, jobs and even marijuana.
The social media giant is getting into the virtual reality game, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt with details of the deal and a look at how Oculus works.
Tom Steffanci, Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits president, discusses the growing demand for wine and spirits as the Easter season approaches.
The S&P 500 needs to hold at 1,875 for the bullishness to continue, says JJ Kinahan, TD Ameritrade chief economist.
Sanctions are in place and tensions remain high as G-7 leaders meet to discuss Russia's power grab in the Ukraine and the possibility of relaxing current gas export rules to the EU from the U.S., reports CNBC's Annette Weisbach.
On the surface, the IPO market is terrific. So terrific many are questioning whether it's in a bubble.
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