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Beginning October 1st, CVS will no longer sell tobacco products in any store. NBC's Tom Costello reports CVS wants to be an extension of your doctor's office.
Digging into the quarters of Yelp, iRobot and Green Mountain Coffee just before the companies report earnings data, with CNBC's Melissa Lee, Dominic Chu and Sheila Dharmarajan.
Pandora will report earnings after today's closing bell. Shebly Seyrafi, FBN Securities tech research analyst, and Rich Tullo, Albert Fried & Co. senior financial analyst, debate how to play the stock.
Propane prices are at record highs higher than the price of gas. CNBC's Morgan Brennan says people are short filling tanks by about 50 percent.
Pimco's Bill Gross discusses Puerto Rico's troubled debt and shares his Fed forecast, calling the taper "a good thing."
US Curling Champion Dean Gemmell joins the "Street Signs" crew to give a lesson in the Olympic sport.
Discussing the future of Facebook, with Mike Isaac, senior editor at Re/code, and Neil Doshi, CRT Capital.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on how Facebook plans to stay relevant for another 10 years among different demographics.
CNBC's Melissa Lee, Dominic Chu, and contributor Stephanie Link dissect the numbers on Buffalo Wild Wings, Twitter, and Disney ahead of earnings.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the national average for gas dropped 4 cents in the month of January.
JJ Kinahan. TD Ameritrade, and Bill Stone, PNC Asset Management, discuss their biggest fears about the current market.
Who won the bet on JC Penney? Jan Kniffen, Worldwide Enterprises CEO, and Brian Sullivan reveal why the retailer is both a winner and loser.
Daniel Ives, FBR Capital, views Microsoft's pick of Satya Nadella as CEO disappointing to investors. Colin Gillis, BGC Financial, weighs in.
Shark Tank host Barbara Corcoran previews tonight's episode of Shark Tank on CNBC at 8 pm.
Maserati is offering a cheaper car for $67,000, reports CNBC's Robert Frank. A look at its Super Bowl ad.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports that 15.24 million vehicles were sold in January—far fewer than expected.
Discussing the impact of lower mortgage rates on the housing market, with Jed Kolko, Trulia chief economist, and Ken Rosen, Rosen Consulting Group Chairman.
Yum! Brands "is really depressed," says CNBC contributor Stephanie Link. The "Earnings Squad" discuss the action in 3 stocks coming out with earnings, with CNBC's Melissa Lee.
CNBC's Dominc Chu reports how the Super Bowl will economically impact the New Jersey and New York area.
Bill Ackman is calling out some individuals who distribute for Herbalife. CNBC's Herb Greenberg says these distributors are "known entities."