Despite possible tightening of monetary policy sooner than expected, the market will move higher, Dennis Gartman said.» Read More
Discussing the economic recovery and high-frequency trading, with Ylan Mui, The Washington Post; "Fast Money" contributors Stephanie Link and Guy Adami.
Discussing the condition of the U.S. economy and where they are putting capital to work, with Len Tannenbaum, Fifth Street Finance CEO, and Steven Rees, J.P. Morgan Private Bank global head of equity strategy.
Discussing how the stock market is fairing so far this year, with Len Tannenbaum, Fifth Street Finance CEO, and Steven Rees, J.P. Morgan Private Bank global head of equity strategy.
Discussing how allegations that the stock market is "rigged" is impacting Main Street investors, with Ronald Kruszewski, Stifel Financial president and CEO; Richard Gates, TFS Capital co-portfolio manager; and CNBC's Bob Pisani.
CNBC's Jon Fortt and Ryan Lawler, Tech Crunch, break down the video streaming wars amid Amazon's Fire TV entering the space today.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Jack Bouroudjian, Bull & Bear Partners, debate the influence of Fed policy on the bull market.
Discussing Fed policy, jobs and the condition of the stock market, with Diane Granick, Clear Alternatives; Peter Andersen, Congress Asset Management; Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.
Despite recent market gains, Ron Insana defends his recent call for a real market correction. Here's why.
President Obama provides how the Affordable Care Act has already begun changing the lives of Americans. He announces 7.1 million Americans have now signed up for private insurance plans through the Obamacare marketplaces.
President Obama says 7.1 million Americans have now signed up for private insurance plans through the Obamacare marketplaces.
David Friedman, acting head of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration explains what they are doing to keep consumers safe and shares what its panel has learned so far about GM's vehicle defects.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra is testifying before Congress over her company's handling of its ignition switch recall. The "Closing Bell" panel discuss how GM is being treated, and the impact to the stock.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra explains how the company has restructured and reorganized to change its corporate culture that led to its product failure. "There has been a complete remake of the way we drive quality," Barra says.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra answers if the "new" General Motors accepts responsibility for the accidents caused by its ignition switch failure.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra answers how the company will handle accidents prior to the company's bankruptcy in July 2009.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra is asked what changes have taken place at GM to assure American consumers that the automaker is putting safety first.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra is asked why GM purchased a part that did not meet its own specifications.
CNBC.com Managing Editor Allen Wastler reports comments by Preet Bharara, high frequency trading, and common mistakes when saving for college are the hottest topics among CNBC.com readers.
Discussing concerns for a market correction, with Sara Glakas, Texas Private Asset Management; Carol Crosta; registered nurse; and Trevor Gormley; Lipscomb University student.
A new study shows older women who drink 2 or more diet drinks per day are 30 percent more likely to suffer from a heart attack and 50 percent more likely to die from heart disease. Dr. Kevin Campbell, North Carolina Heart and Vascular; CNBC's Sara Eisen and Dominic Chu weigh in.