A top executive at White Castle said a $15-an-hour minimum wage will force it to close nearly half of its locations and lay off thousands of workers.» Read More
Shake Shack opened in 2004 and now has more than 29 locations. Danny Meyer, Union Square Hospitality Group CEO; and Randy Garutti, Shake Shack CEO, join to discuss the restaurant business and how Shake Shack stands out among other fast food chains.
The SEC wants JPMorgan to admit to wrong doings related to last year's $6 billion London Whale trading losses, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis; and is this the right instance for the SEC to be making a test case? Marc LoPresti, Tagliaferro & LoPresti; and Andrew Stoltmann, Stoltmann Law Offices, weigh in.
CNBC's Seema Mody has the latest details on BlackBerry. Analysts at S&P Capital IQ expect management to wait until the company is further along in its turnaround strategy.
Ken Mahoney, Mahoney Asset Management; Michael Gayed, ATAC Inflation Rotation Fund; Rich Peterson, S&P Capital; and CNBC's Rick Santelli discuss what set the tone today with fixed incomes and what moved the markets.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on Friday had choice words for activist investor Bill Ackman and his very public campaign to change J.C. Penney's leadership team.
If the economy continues to improve, the Fed may begin to "dial back" its $85 billion monthly bond purchase program in September, Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher told CNBC.
After stocks snapped a three-day losing streak Thursday, investor Dennis Gartman explained why he remains optimistic about equities.
After the closing bell; Stephanie Link, The Street; Marc Harris, RBC Capital; David Darst, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management discuss today's movements and emerging markets.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz weighs in on the drama of activist investor Bill Ackman and J.C. Penney. "Mike Ullman is a fantastic CEO and world-class leader," he says.
After President Obama's news conference Ben White, Politico's Morning Money; Greg Valliere, Potomac Research Group; Amy Walter, The Cook Political Report; and CNBC's Eamon Javers provide immediate reaction. Health care and Russia were large focuses of the conference.
To Pimco's bond chief Bill Gross, the bond market selloff is really more of a skirmish than an all-out war.
Harman International Industries specializes in high-end audio and stereo equipment. CEO Dinesh Paliwal, joins to discuss the company's guidance that beat the street's expectations.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo shares her observation on the topic of the day, September tapering.
What to watch in tomorrow's trading session, with Peter Tuz, Chase Investment Counsel; Paul Dietrich, Fairfax Global Markets; and Matthew Roddy, Rockland Trust.
Bill Hague, Frank N. Magid Associates, shares the impacts skyrocketing rights fees will have on consumers.
It was a first for 21st Century Fox today. Rupert Murdoch was the headliner saying "content is still king," reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin. content is still king
CNBC contributor Dennis Gartman, explains where he sees dangers and opportunities in the markets. "Technology is way beyond me" he says.
Richard Fisher, president of the Dallas Federal Reserve, says the Fed may be able to start tapering bond purchases in September. If the economy keeps improving it may be time to "dial back" monetary accommodation from the Fed, Fisher says.
Dallas Federal Reserve President Richard Fisher jokingly suggests an alternative when Maria Bartiromo asks for his thoughts on Janet Yellen and Larry Summers, the two people widely seen as leading candidates to be the next chairman of the Federal Reserve.
Priceline is reporting Q2 EPS of $9.70 non-gaap, on revenue of $1.68 billion, with CNBC's Simon Hobbs.