The not-too-fast, not-too-slow July employment report helped drive an improvement in stock market sentiment early Friday.» Read More
Is Nasdaq 4,000 here to stay? Jessi Hempel, Fortune Magazine senior writer, explains why next-generation internet businesses are doing well in the current environment. "We haven't even begun to see what Twitter will deliver," she says.
Hewlett-Packard is reporting Q4 revenue of $29.13 billion. David Garrity, GVA Research, dissects the data.
From its manufacturing to the store shelves, CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on a day in the life of an Xbox One.
NBC's Ron Mott reports on this sharing-economy rental car service.
"The bond market is starting to taper for the Fed," explains Peter Boockvar, Lindsey Group chief market analyst. Also, when the Fed may taper, with David Berson, Nationwide senior vice president.
If investors in housing see lower-than-expected returns, they will dump the properties, Nobel-winning economist Robert Shiller says.
Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell.
CNET's editor-at-large Tim Stevens thinks the home console business will see "troubling times" over the next few years. He discusses the war between Sony and Microsoft.
How important are housing signals for determining the total economic environment, with former Federal Reserve Gov. Kevin Warsh, Hoover Institution. Warsh discusses Bank of Japan's policies.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports building permits rose 6.2 percent in October. Steve Liesman says the report is mostly driven by multi-family construction.
Former Arkansas Senator Blanche Lincoln of "Coalition to Stop Internet Gambling," questions whether the gains from online gambling are worth the damages for the U.S.
Looking ahead to Black Friday as a storm develops, with Paul Walsh, weather and business analyst for The Weather Channel.
Hormel Foods Chairman & CEO Jeffrey Ettinger, discusses his company's economic forecast for 2014, the state of food inflation and whether sales of spam still go up.
Sales of Hormel's signature meat-in-a-can Spam rose around the globe, said CEO Jeffrey Ettinger. And a new teriyaki SPAM was just rolled out in Hawaii, he added.
The Federal Reserve should not be focusing as much on housing as a measure of the health of the overall economy, former Fed Gov. Kevin Warsh told CNBC.
How investors can look at the Iranian deal, as well as the impact of inflation on commodity prices, with former Federal Reserve Governor Kevin Warsh, Hoover Institution.
QE favors those with big balance sheets, explains former Federal Reserve Governor Kevin Warsh, Hoover Institution.
Discussing the effect of asset purchases on the economy, with former Federal Reserve Governor Kevin Warsh, Hoover Institution. He says the instinct of the Fed is to create a new tool called "forward guidance."
Looking ahead to the winter storm gearing up to hit just before Thanksgiving, with Michael Boyd, Boyd Group International president. He says airlines do not put more planes in the sky during the holiday period.
States will monitor tax revenues for online gambling, says Harry Curtis, gaming analyst of Nomura Securities. New Jersey becomes the 3rd state to permit online gambling today.
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