With the stock market recently at all-time highs, it's more attractive to sell than buy, said private-equity billionaire Wilbur Ross.» Read More
Ron Baron, Chairman & CEO, Baron Capital, talks about growth stocks and where he sees opportunities. He advises investors to look at companies with vision.
Ron Baron, chairman & CEO, Baron Capital, talks about today's jobs report and whether he's concerned about the impact on the market. He believes growth is going to accelerate, particularly given advances in technology and energy.
Ron Baron, chairman & CEO, Baron Capital, discusses companies he's invested in and how he looks for different opportunities. He looks out 5 to 10 years when he invests in a particular company.
Jeffery Boyd, president & CEO, Priceline.com, and Darren Huston, CEO, Booking.com, who's taking over Priceline, discuss the future of the company and how the transition will take place.
Peter Carlino, CEO of GLPI and chairman of Penn National, Penn National and Gaming and Leisure Properties, discusses the gaming industry and the state of the consumer right now.
Jeffrey Kolitch, Baron Capital Group, says the asset class of real estate is in a position to perform well. Construction is under control and credit conditions are beginning to mend.
Michael Lippert, Portfolio Manager, Baron Opportunity Fund talks about his big bet on Twitter and what he sees as the company's future.
Ron Baron, Chairman & CEO, Baron Capital, responds to Marc Faber's claim that the world is in a worse position than it was in 2008.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including Twitter usage and a mostly down day, in spite of the ECB rate cut yesterday.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains what's behind the ECB rate cut and what that means to the markets. He also looks at the Twitter IPO and how the stock may respond once it opens.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera looks at the ECB's decision to cut rates .25 percent.
Arne Sorenson, CEO and president of Marriott International, discusses the company's move into Africa and the opportunities available.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Steve Liesman talk about a better-than-expected GDP number and the ECB's decision to drop rates .25 percent. Also, initial jobless claims are down 9,000 to 336,000.
The official "Squawk Box" blog looks at some deluxe apartments in the sky, the Twitter IPO, and one state's proposal to raise money via weed.
Despite record highs, stocks are "cheap on stock valuations alone," billionaire investor Ron Baron told CNBC Friday.
It's an "urban legend" that Priceline.com pitchman William Shatner made $500 million from receiving stock, the chief of the online travel website says.
The assertion by Walter Robb of Whole Foods on Friday followed news that the FDA has proposed banning transfats in processed food.
Kevin Landis, Firsthand Capital Management; Paul Meeks, Saturna Capital; and Richard Greenfield, BTIG, discuss the differences between Facebook and Twitter and what the company needs to do to attract a wider audience of users.
Geoff Lewis, principal, Founders Fund, says that while Twitter is the dominant short-form message system, there's a question about its business strategy and just how broad the Twitter audience can be. It's more niche than Facebook, he says.
Brian Rolapp, chief operating officer of NFL Media, discusses the league's deal with the social network.
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