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Jon Steinberg, BuzzFeed; Rocco Pendola, TheStreet.com; and Mike Isaac, All Things D, discuss the Twitter IPO and whether it's worth all the hype it's received.
Legendary Manhattan developer Harry Macklowe, Macklowe Management CEO, discusses the risk in real estate and his new project, 432 Park Avenue, which will be the tallest residential tower in the western hemisphere.
NYSE Euronext CEO Duncan Niederauer also told CNBC on Thursday that the exchange has done everything it can do to make sure the Twitter IPO goes smoothly.
This is your ticket to live coverage of Twitter's initial public offering.
Dick Costolo tells CNBC that Twitter felt comfortable boosting its IPO price, to $26 per share, because of the "enthusiasm" he saw on the road.
Twitter faces skepticism from potential investors and the public ahead of its IPO this week, according to an Associated Press-CNBC poll.
Judging by what happened overnight, Twitter is drowning out challengers on the primary market.
The CEO of Mount Sinai Health System sees hospitals becoming a one-stop shop for getting care and the insurance to pay for it.
Colorado voters approved a measure to tax recreational drug use. CNBC's Becky Quick reports the state will add a 10 percent sales tax when pot sales for recreational use begin on January 1st of 2014.
Dr. Kenneth Davis, Mt. Sinai Health System, president & CEO, discusses the future of healthcare and why a mega institution like Mt. Sinai Hospital looking to accept risk.
The "Squawk Box" crew discusses the impact Obamacare on our nation's hospitals, with Dr. Kenneth Davis, Mount Sinai Health System, president & CEO. Davis says in the future, hospitals will become their own insurance companies.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin details what to expect from the Twitter IPO and explains the company's plan to expand aggressively into video and compete against the likes of Hulu and YouTube.
Marty St. George, JetBlue SVP of marketing and commercial, discusses how JetBlue is using Twitter to boost its brand and offer deals to customers.
John Challenger, CEO, Challenger, Gray & Christmas, says job cuts are down, but some industries, like financials, health care and retail have taken a hit.
Gus Oliver, Managing Member, Oliver Press Partners, says activist investing is clearly on the rise and outside investors seem to be much more receptive.
Richard Fetyko, ABR Investment Strategy, and Jay Ritter, University of Florida, discuss the Twitter IPO and the company's business model. Fetyko says the company has a compelling business model, but Ritter says Twitter's valuation prices in a number of optimistic assumptions.
Francisco D'souza, CEO, Cognizant Technology Solutions, discusses how his company is benefitting from Obamacare and the services they're providing to pharmaceutical companies, as well as states and the Federal government.
Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, authors of "Double Down," discuss N.J. Governor Chris Christie's political future and why he wasn't Romney's running mate in the last presidential election.
Microsoft has narrowed its CEO shortlist, reports CNBC's Becky Quick. Alan Mulally and Stephen Elop both made the cut, in addition to three internal candidates.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, and discusses his Twitter handle and the company's IPO pricing. Advances outpaced declines today, and got a boost from German industrial orders for September, he says.
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