Neil Young is venturing in the start-up world with Pono, a portable music player through crowdfunding site Kickstarter.» Read More
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Music legend Neil Young announces the launch of the "PonoMusic" high-quality digital music player and discusses how music has been negatively impacted by digitization and streaming services. Young says his player is the alternative. Mad Money host Jim Cramer provides insight.
President Obama is to order an expansion of overtime pay for those working 40 plus hours per week. CNBC's John Harwood reports.
Discussing consumer behavior as meat prices rise, with Tyson Foods CEO Donnie Smith. "We're backing off on portion size," he explains.
Tyson Foods CEO Donnie Smith says meat demand is "still really good," but expects really high prices for beef and pork.
A report from Kantar Retail reveals 33 percent of U.S. households said they did shop at Target during January. CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports this is the lowest response in 3 years.
President Obama hosts Ukraine Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk at the White House. Yatsenyuk says his country feels the United States stands by his people.
President Obama hosts Ukraine Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk at the White House to address solutions to the Ukraine crisis, as well as the Ukraine economy.
President Obama welcomes Ukraine Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk to the White House to discuss a way to head off the crisis in Ukraine and to ensure that the Ukrainian people can choose their direction for the future.
Discussing the Fed's fiscal policy and the U.S. economy, with Sean Darby, Jefferies global head of equity strategy.
With winter winding down, CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports some forecasters are calling for the hottest summer on record which means heating needs will quickly turn to cooling needs.
David Winters, Wintergreen Advisers CEO, weighs in on the FTC's investigation into Herbalife and shares best value plays right now.
It's been 5 days since Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 disappeared over Southeast Asia. Malaysian officials not only don't know what happened to the plane, they don't seem sure where to look, reports NBC's Keir Simmons.
Seth Berenzweig, Berenzweig Leonard managing partner, and personal injury attorney Nolan Klein, discuss bankruptcy law and if GM is liable for a known defect that occurred before they filed in June 2009.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau explains how GM will not be civilly liable in some lawsuits because of an agreement it made during its bankruptcy restructuring, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
CNBC's Kate Kelly discusses the future of mortgage giants Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac amid a bi-partisan deal on Capitol Hill to phase out the two lenders and what big hedge funds stand to get hit the hardest.
"The Fed can make the market lie," says CNBC's Rick Santelli, debating Jack Bouroudjian, Bull & Bear Associates, whether stocks or bonds is the better investment.
Discussing China's slowing economy and how the U.S. stands to benefit, with Meg Green, Meg Green & Associates; Jack Bouroudjian, Bull & Bear Associates; Larry McDonald, Newedge; and Adam Thurgood, Hightower.
CNBC's John Harwood reports Bridget Kelly, the former top aide to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, is appearing in court today.
The U.S. Commonwealth borrowed $3.5 billion in one of the largest junk-rated municipal bond offerings ever. Treasury Secretary of Puerto Rico Melba Acosta, and Puerto Rico Government Development Bank Chair David Chafey, discusses the bigger offering than expected.