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Discussing the risk in buying Tesla and if the stock is overvalued at $200 a share, with Efraim Levy, Standard & Poor's senior automotive industry analyst.
David Lipschitz, CLSA senior metals and mining Analyst, breaks down U.S. Steel and explains why he is selling.
Consumers are spending less, and it's impacting the food industry, says Akshay Jagdale, KeyBanc Capital Markets, in breaking down ConAgra Foods' slide.
Body language expert Tonya Reiman reads Janet Yellen during her congressional testimony. CNBC's Steve Liesman weighs in.
CNBC's Steve Liesman provides analysis on Fed Chair Janet Yellen's testimony on Capitol Hill.
Discussing what's behind the recent stock market turnaround, with Mark Kiesel, PIMCO managing director, and JJ Kinahan, TD Ameritrade chief strategist. Kiesel also gives his best housing play.
As auction records continue, CNBC's Robert Frank reports why art is not imitating stocks.
Matt Stephani, Cavanal Hill Funds, explains why oil field service companies hold great opportunities for the energy investor.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports why Toyota will stop production of cars in Australia.
TheStreet.com columnist Herb Greenberg weighs in on Twitter's disappointing user growth.
CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on how Amazon plans to move into set-top boxes.
David Henry, CEO of Kimco, weighs in on January retail sales and how REITs will fare. Henry sees more retailers expanding than shrinking.
AOL chairman and CEO Tim Armstrong reverses changes to 401K plans.CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, weighs in on the performance of AOL CEO Tim Armstrong.
Discussing the best way to play financials, with Paul Miller, FBR Capital Markets.
John Hailer, Natixis Global Asset Management CEO, looks at diversification methods in a volatile market.
Are boring tech names the new way to play the space? Scott Kessler, S&P Capital IQ, weighs in.
Nascar chief market officer Steve Phelps discusses the push for diversity in auto racing's TV audience.
"The Profit" host Marcus Lemonis announces his show will will act as the official sponsor of Nascar's Sprint Cup series in Phoenix. Nascar chief marketing officer Steve Phelps, and Phoenix International Raceway president Bryan Sperber, discuss.
Today Show investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen ordered flowers from some of the biggest names in the business, including 1-800-Flowers, and compared the arrangements to their advertisements.