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Colin Gillis of BGC Partners, explains 3 reasons investors should like LinkedIn.
Discussing whether consumers are really clicking on advertisements on Facebook, Colin Sebastian of Robert W. Baird.
Frank McGhee, Integrated Brokerage Services, says he is a "long term bull," but gold will continue to be under pressure. Scott Wren, Wells Fargo Advisors, weighs in.
This year, eMarketer estimates YouTube will generate $5.6 billion in advertising revenue, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche and Brian Sullivan tour two $1 million homes, and superbroker Dolly Lenz thinks the New Hope, Pa., house is a better value.
It's Kors vs. Coach. Which is the better investment now, with Sapna Maheshwari, Buzzfeed; Stacey Widlitz, CNBC retail analyst; and Jan Kniffen, CNBC retail analyst.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan says the Coach brand is a luxury legend, but Michael Kors is rapidly expanding its current footprint.
Seven $1 million homes will be featured, all with Main Street addresses. Which homes will give buyers the biggest bang for the buck?
The cheapest gas is currently in Del City, Oklahoma at $2.67 today, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
All-star stock pickers Matthew McCormick of Bahl & Gaynor Investment Counsel, and Michael Vogelzang of Boston Advisors president & CIO, share their top stock picks for budgets of $20, $50 and $100.
Looking ahead to the housing market in 2014, with Jed Kolko, Trulia chief economist, and Bob Wetenhall, RBC Capital Markets homebuilding analyst. Wetenhall is buying the suppliers.
Is a big correction on its way? The stock market has gotten more expensive in 2013, says Barry Glassman of Glassman Wealth Services. He doesn't think the market will correct more than 20 percent.
Herb Greenberg asked viewers for help picking the worst CEO of 2013 and got several names to consider, including Cisco's John Chambers.
CNBC's Dominic Chu thinks Macy's is executing well, while CNBC's Herb Greenberg likes Kohl's better.
Upstart CEO Dave Girouard discusses his company's business model, and what kinds of returns people his company has invested in are seeing.
KCSA Strategic Communications CEO Jeff Corbin provides insight into a new index which ranks how fortune 100 companies are using social media to disclose material information to investors. CNBC's Herb Greenberg, weighs in.
The Williston Brewing Company is asking Jim Cramer to host a show live from North Dakota. If he comes, the company says everyone will shave their heads and grow goatees. Cramer says "this is where the jobs are."
Mary Barra will be running General Motors beginning in January. Paul Ingrassia, Reuters managing editor, and Deborah Gillis, Catalyst COO discuss whether her gender played a role in the decision.
The "Ferrari Index" is up 18 percent this year, reports CNBC's Robert Frank. Collectible car sales topped $1 billion this year.
Are we out of the crisis? Dan Greenhaus, BTIG; Adam Grimes, Waverly Advisors CIO; and CNBC's Steve Liesman and Herb Greenberg discuss.