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Harold Ford, Morgan Stanley managing director, shares his thoughts on Eric Cantor's astonishing loss and the push for immigration and tax reform.
David Phillips, "The Kurdish Spring" author, explains why the U.S. needs a plan on the Iraq crisis and should foster a relationship with Turkey.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports Secretary John Kerry is urging Iraqi PM Nouri al-Maliki to form an inclusive government.
NBC Sports' Dave Briggs, "SportsDash" host, has the latest details on the World Cup competition.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports on the mounting competition among pharmaceutical companies for the treatment of hepatitis C and macular degeneration.
Marcus Grubb, World Gold Council managing director, explains why he thinks this is a good entry point for gold investors.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports the electric motorcycle is currently not for sale but will embark on a 30-city tour where customers will be invited to test ride it and provide feedback, says Matt Levatich, Harley-Davidson president & COO.
Mark Grant, Southwest Securities managing director, discusses how the Fed's policy is impacting the market and U.S. economy.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is keeping an eye on shares of Family Dollar Stores and Darden Restaurants.
Scott Adams, also a tech entrepreneur, tells CNBC he's pretty sure that email has "destroyed" his soul.
Scott Adams, "Dilbert" creator, discusses the new entrepreneurial buzzword around Silicon Valley - "pivot." It's a strategy where a start-up quickly switches from one product or business model to another.
The biggest risk to the stock market is interest rates moving higher more quickly than expected, J.P. Morgan Funds' David Kelly tells CNBC.
Dataminr co-founder Ted Bailey tells CNBC that his start-up aims to make sense of the disparate Twitterverse to give finance clients a profitable edge.
"Dilbert" creator Scott Adams tells CNBC he doesn't see a way to get around the problem of everyone's hyper-dependence on email.
Scott Black, Delphi Management, shares his thoughts on Fed policy and reveals his top stock picks.
Coffee prices are coming down and Starbuck's "Fizzio" drinks roll out across the Sun Belt, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports on Starbucks' offer to help employees obtain a bachelor's degree. But there's a catch...
Joseph Watkins, former White House aide, and Jimmy Walker, Bluenationreview.com editor, discuss the future of the Republican agenda. You stick to the course, says Watkins. Walker counters, the tea party faction of the Republican party doesn't want anything done.
Ben White Politico chief economics correspondent, explains why the Chinese are fed-up with the U.S. after returning from a recent trip there.
Ted Bailey, Dataminr CEO, and CNBC's Julia Boorstin, discuss how Dataminr is transforming the Twitter stream.
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