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Dave Briggs, NBC Sports, discusses how the Americans can win the coveted Ryder Cup without Tiger Woods.
Sean McGowan, Needham & Company, reveals his play on the toy makers after Disney announces it will shift the rights for "Frozen" dolls from Mattel to Hasbro.
LA Clippers owner and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer says he will bring his unique style of leadership to the LA Clippers. And Becky and Joe run the numbers on how much Ballmer is worth.
Lindsey Piegza, Sterne Agee chief economist, and Joe Kinahan, TD Ameritrade chief strategist, share their outlook on interest rates and Fed policy.
This week was supposed to be a major test of the IPO market after Alibaba. The results are in, and they are decidedly mixed.
Kyle Bass, Hayman Capital Management principal, defends his support of Herbalife. I believe it's a real business and I'd bet on Dan Loeb over Bill Ackman any day, says Bass.
Eric Schmidt dismisses Tim Cook's claims that Google sells personal data to advertisers.
Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, and Jonathan Rosenberg, advisor to Larry Page, reveal where they see the next big opportunities.
CNBC's Kate Kelly, and Kyle Bass, Hayman Capital Management, discuss the brawl over Argentina's bond payment plan. And Bass reveals his stake in Argentine energy producer YPF Sociedad Anónima.
Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, University of Pennsylvania, shares his thought on the complicated issues surrounding end of life choices.
Take out Americans who stopped looking for jobs, "the unemployment number would be 11 percent," said hedge fund manager Kyle Bass.
CNBC's Jim Cramer takes a look at what's putting pressure on the markets and why he is watching the biotech sector.
Brian O'Kelley, AppNexus co-founder, weighs in on the battle for ad space and the future of advertising.
In Wednesday's The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, hedge fund manager Kyle Bass on forever low interest rates; what near-zero rates say about the economy; and a new twist in Google vs. Apple
Hedge fund manager Kyle Bass also tells CNBC that concerns about borrowing costs going back to pre-financial crisis levels anytime soon are unfounded.
Scott Kupor, Andreessen Horowitz, shares his outlook on the tech space.
Kyle Bass, Hayman Capital Management, says Japan is facing an economic crisis that could lead to two outcomes.
Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, discuss the company's antitrust issues with the EU. The process is slow going but are working on it, says Schmidt.
Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, weighs in on Tim Cook's comments about privacy.
Eric Schmidt, Google executive chairman, and Jonathan Rosenberg, advisor to Larry Page, reveal how the tech giant views innovation and competition.
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