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CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports endowment chief at Harvard, Jane Mendillo, is stepping down. The "Closing Bell" panel discusses the shift.
CNBC's Robert Frank provides a preview to the upcoming episode of "Secret Lives of the Super Rich," which features a millionaire "Star Trek" fan. Author Stephen Dubner shares his opinions on the relationship between wealth and happiness.
Michael Darda, MKM Partners, thinks the 10-year Treasury yield should end the clear closer to 3 percent than 2 percent, and which sector he finds most attractive right now.
Morgan Stanley Chairman & CEO James Gorman, said bonds, currencies and commodities are going through a cyclical change.
CNBC.com managing editor Allen Wastler provides insight to which stories are hot on the website.
Jordan Kahn, 9to5mac writer & editor, shares his opinions on whether Apple will decide to remove the headphone jack from its iPhone.
Wells Fargo CFO John Shrewsberry says people are just not buying homes. Dani Babb, The Babb Group Real Estate CEO, and Jason Trennert, Strategas Research Partners, share their opinions about just how bad the industry is and might get.
Bob Benmosche is expected to resign from AIG as of Sept. 1, and Peter Hancock will take over as President & CEO, reports CNBC's Bertha Coombs.
EmergingMoney.com founder Tim Seymour talks with people in Palo Alto via BeamPro technology, at the Exponential Finance conference in New York City.
Dissecting current market levels, with Dan Veru, Palisade Capital Management, and Mike Sorrentino, Global Financial Private Capital.
"Options Action" contributor Dan Nathan of Risk Reversal, provides insight to curious options activity in Keurig Green Mountain's stock. Green Mountain has since made a deal with Subway.
Facebook hired PayPal President David Marcus. Bill Smead, CEO of Smead Capital Management, questions whether Facebook just wants to ultimately buy eBay, but Ari Zoldan, Quantum Networks tech analyst, says this would be a "complete distraction" for the social media company.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports from JFK Airport on JetBlue's new premium service, Mint. JetBlue Founder and Former CEO David Neeleman, shares his opinions.
David Neeleman, JetBlue founder & AZUL Airlines founder & CEO, and Dr. Florence Comite, Precision Health Care, explain "genetically driven health care," a personalized approach that uses your genetic code to determine the best medications for you.
Jan Hatzius, Goldman Sachs chief economist, says he believes the economy is now growing at an above-trend pace. Goldman's own current activity indicator is showing its fastest growth since the crisis, says Hatzius.
Discussing stock market sentiment and the health of the bond market, with Monica Mehta, Seventh Capital; Doug Sandler, Rivefront Investment Management; Mark Martiak, Premier Wealth Management; and Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities.
The NCAA's $20 million settlement over college-themed football and basketball games will not affect EA's strategy, its CEO said.
Uber could raise a potential security risk for passengers because they don't play by the same rules as cabs, critics told CNBC.
Apple shares closed higher Friday, and the pros are already speculating about when the stock will hit $100.
Ken Reimer, stepfather of a General Motors victim, tells CNBC's Phil LeBeau what protesters would like to hear from GM regarding car safety and recalls at its annual shareholder meeting.