TGI Fridays' endless appetizer promotion may have a ripple effect across the already challenged industry, one restaurant analyst said.» Read More
The "Street Signs" crew tests out NeverWet's new products, with Ronald Rice, RPM International president & COO, and Ed Voorhees, Rust-Oleum North America President. One product is for boot and shoe, one for fabric and one for auto upholstery.
Shares of CYNK Technologies took off in the past month, but the SEC temporarily halted the stock today. CNBC's Scott Cohn has the details.
The SEC has halted shares of CYNK Technologies temporarily, after the stock took off in the past month. Former federal prosecutor Joel M. Cohen, and CNBC's Herb Greenberg, discuss what the SEC will investigate, and what will happen to the investors' money if it is indeed fraudulent.
Neuroscientist Read Montague performed a study of traders' brain activity while trading. He shares which traders made the most money in the experiment.
Despite the noisy market, where can investors find opportunities, with Matt Maley, Miller Tabak equity strategist, and Linda Duessel, Federated Investors.
CNBC senior contributor Larry Kudlow, says the Export-Import Bank should go away, and digs into just where the money is going.
Cleveland will host the 2016 GOP convention. CNBC's John Harwood reports on a growing divide within the party.
Forbes Magazine executive editor Michael Ozanian sees a rough shift of about $100 million in team value from the Miami Heat to the Cleveland Cavaliers because of LeBron James.
Molly Bloom, author of "Molly's Game," shares her story of running poker games for Wall Street hot shots and Hollywood's elite, including Matt Damon and Ben Affleck.
TGI Fridays is offering all-you-can-eat helpings of any one appetizer for just $10 per person on Mondays. Wunderlich Securities, Inc. restaurant analyst Bob Derrington, says this is a calculated risk by the restaurant.
CNBC's Herb Greenberg questions who is buying CYNK Technology.
George Gero, RBC Capital global futures svp, discusses what's driving the surge in demand for silver.
Discussing the best places to put your money to work now, with Mark Tepper, Strategic Wealth Partners founder, and Barry James, James Advantage Funds CEO.
In a continuing effort to cut costs and make medical care more convenient, insurers and employers are starting to embrace telemedicine - seeing a doctor online. Bertha Coombs looks at how telemedicine works, and how widespread the practice could become.
A Frontier Airlines pilot ordered pizzas for 160 passengers aboard a stranded plane in Wyoming due to weather.
The U.S. placed second in a financial literacy quiz given to 15-year olds in 18 countries around the world. Dan Iannicola, The Financial Literacy Group President and CEO, says the U.S. needs adequately trained teachers, in addition to bringing financial literacy in the classroom.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on strong growth for Rolls-Royce sales in the first half of 2014.
The World Cup soccer matches have broken all sorts of ratings records for ESPN, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Andy Wolf, BB&T Capital Markets, says Kroger really has been reinventing itself, and gaining market share.
SAP Grocery consultant says Kroger leads the charge when it comes to good prices, fresh, and healthy. CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports just how important "fresh" has become for shoppers' choices.