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CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin reports Nelson Peltz has joined the board of Mondelez, but will not push for Pepsi to split.
Brian Whiteman, GrooveBook co-founder & CEO, explains how his app allows users to make photo albums from pictures taken on their phone.
Barry Schneider, Chairman & CEO of LOYAL3, discusses how his online brokerage firm aims to make investing easier.
Ben White, Politico chief economic correspondent, discusses the controversy surround New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and its impact on his potential run for president.
The Weather Channel's Reynolds Wolf has the latest details on a snowstorm sweeping up the East Coast disrupting travel and dumping as much as a foot of snow.
Kevin O'Leary, CNBC's "Shark Tank" host, provides his thoughts on regulations and the challenges facing small business.
Adam Zoia, Glocap Search CEO, discusses which types of hedge funds on the Street scored the biggest payouts and which ones fell flat.
Anthony Chan, Chase chief economist, and David Blitzer, S&P 500 Index Committee, explains how rising interest rates could trigger a pause in the market's bull run.
CNBC's John Harwood, report on the growing scandal surrounding the Garden State's governor and its implications for the 2016 presidential race.
Charles Dallara, Partners Group, shares his thoughts on what's likely to be the hot topics this year at Davos, as the world's top business leaders gather in Switzerland.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as investors eye a slew of earnings, including Unilever.
It's bad enough to have an earnings miss, but guiding lower before earnings even come out can be a real momentum killer.
GE is in a transitional period out of finance, says CNBC's Jim Cramer, explaining why he thinks General Electric is a "buy" here. Also a look at how UPS "got the calendar wrong" this holiday season.
Warren Buffett and Dan Gilbert, founder of Quicken Loans, are teaming up to offer $1 billion for the perfect NCAA March Madness bracket.
Nelson Peltz, newly named to Mondelez International's board, told CNBC on Tuesday he won't push for a merger of the snack-food maker with PepsiCo.
There are not any issues brewing in China or Greece that could lead to the destabilization of global financial markets, said Charles Dallara—the architect of the Greek debt restructuring.
CNBC’s Squawk Box’s team speak out on what they expect to hear at the World Economic Forum, in Davos, Switzerland, that kicks off Jan. 22.
Chuck Leavell, former Rolling Stones keyboardist, discusses the band's upcoming world tour and the business of show biz.
The $765 million concussion settlement between the NFL and former players was "sufficient" to pay for their needs, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell told CNBC.
David Henwood, chief investment officer at Raymond James, tells CNBC how his team of analysts come up with market-beating stock picks each year.
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