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Dow Sets Record High     Tue, 5 Mar '13 | 9:40 AM ET

CNBC's Bob Pisani reports the Dow surpassed its 2007 all-time intraday high of 14,198.10. (3:07)

Auto sales in the U.S. are at the highest levels since 2007 and it's the ultra-luxury brands likes Rolls Royce, Ferrari, Bentley, and Lamborghini that are seeing the biggest demand, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau, live outside CNBC headquarters. (4:31)

Investor Stanley Druckenmiller says at some point the Fed-fueled stock rally will end, but he doesn't know when. He does think it will be hard to tell ahead of time and some "lobsters" will "get boiled."

A McLaren P1 automobile, produced by McLaren Automotive Ltd., is seen on the company's stand ahead of the opening day of the 83rd Geneva International Motor Show in Geneva, Switzerland, on Monday, March 4, 2013.

McLaren unveiled the P1 at the Geneva Motor Show. The car will retail at $1.3 million and can reach 218 miles per hour.

A well-known person or historic event associated with an ordinary item can add incredible value. But how do you know if the story is true? Curtis Dowling, from CNBC's "Treasure Detectives," explains why it's important to authenticate the seller. (1:50)

Flat 12 Gallery owner and host of CNBC's "The Car Chasers," Jeff Allen, and his classic-car-dealer father, Tom Souter, offer up tips on how to buy a car. (2:50)

DHL Eyes Indonesia     Mon, 4 Mar '13 | 7:40 PM ET

Oscar De Bok, CEO for South & Southeast Asia at DHL Supply Chain, talks to CNBC on how the firm is planning to expand its footprint in Indonesia through staff and fleet expansion.

Who's on the Forbes Rich List?     Mon, 4 Mar '13 | 7:18 PM ET

For the first time since 2000, Warren Buffett didn't make the top three on the annual Forbes Rich list. Randall Lane, Editor, Forbes tells CNBC who ousted Buffett from his third spot.

Yusuf Alireza, CEO at Noble Group, tells CNBC why the commodities trading firm remains upbeat for 2013, despite posting a 14 percent fall in fourth quarter profit on losses at its agriculture business.

Diane Choyleva, Lombard Street Research and Chi Lo, BNP Paribas Investment Partners, go head to head over the future of China's economy as the the National People's Congress gets into full swing.

China Gets a Thirst for Red Wine     Mon, 4 Mar '13 | 5:53 PM ET

David Dearie, CEO of the world's second largest wine company Treasury Wine Estates, explains how the Chinese consumer's appetite for red wine is presenting exciting opportunities in Asia.

Warren Buffett told CNBC today that investor Doug Kass will be the designated “bear” at the Berkshire Hathaway shareholders meeting. On “Fast Money,” Kass tells why he's excited to get the job, and reveals one reason he's short Berkshire shares. (2:46)

Talking Numbers: Yahoo's Big Run     Mon, 4 Mar '13 | 3:30 PM ET

Technical analyst Carter Worth of Oppenheimer sees bullish signs in Yahoo's charts. Fundamental analyst Steve Cortes or Verzcruz disagrees, saying Wall Street has become too excited about new CEO Marissa Mayer. (3:39)

3 to Watch: Google's All-Time High     Mon, 4 Mar '13 | 3:00 PM ET

CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis runs through three stocks on our radar, including Google. It hit an all-time high today. (0:42)

Market Rally: All About the Fed?     Mon, 4 Mar '13 | 1:00 PM ET

CNBC's Bob Pisani shares his opinions on whether the stock market rise is really all about the Fed.

In his daily CNBC.com-only video clip, Art Cashin of UBS talks with Bob Pisani about signs the stock market may be preparing to push again toward new highs. Cashin identifies an "absolutely critical area" for the benchmark S&P stock index. (1:47)

Rick Santelli calls on the Senate, and Harry Reid, it's Democratic majority leader, to pass a budget. (2:26)

Jim Cramer reacts to Warren Buffett’s live appearance on CNBC’s “Squawk Box” in which he said investors should not look at stock prices every day. (1:20)

On "Squawk Box," Warren Buffett has some valuable advice for individual investors on the best way to invest in stocks. (1:26)

On "Squawk Box," Warren Buffett still thinks stocks are cheaper than other forms of investments and Berkshire is still buying, even as the Dow approaches an all-time high. (1:32)

Your Event Risks This Week     Mon, 4 Mar '13 | 12:02 AM ET

CNBC's Sri Jegarajah takes a look at global events that could move markets this week.

The Great Banking Bonus Cut     Sun, 3 Mar '13 | 10:20 PM ET

Cyrus Daruwala, Managing Director, Asia Pacific, IDC Financial Insights discusses the implications of banking bonus cuts on financial institutions like HSBC & Standard Chartered.

Paul Krake, Founder, View from the Peak discusses the "borderline comical" nature of China's on-again and off-again tightening measures and explains why he is bearish on Shanghai equities.

China's Changing of the Guard     Sun, 3 Mar '13 | 8:07 PM ET

Rob Subbaraman, Chief Asia Economist, Nomura identifies the key priorities for China's leaders at the National People's Congress this year. He believes tackling inflation will be a key concern.

John McDonnell, COO at Patron Spirits, says demand for tequila in the Asia Pacific remains strong, as the company taps into the region's insatiable demand for luxury products.

Banyan Tree's Project Pipeline     Sun, 3 Mar '13 | 7:17 PM ET

Kwon Ping Ho, Chairman at luxury hotel company Banyan Tree Holdings, says demand for its big-ticket projects is helped by the "wealth effect" in Asia.

Tim Smith, North Asia CEO at Maersk Line, explains how the company is tackling the challenges of the container shipping industry and gives his outlook for 2013.

Time to Sell the Aussie Dollar?     Sun, 3 Mar '13 | 6:33 PM ET

Todd Elmer, Currency Strategist at Citi, thinks the RBA will likely keep rates on hold at its March policy meeting but says there is scope for another 25 bps in cuts over the next 6 months. There is ammunition to sell the AUD at this point, he says.

No Room For Republicans At Harvard?     Fri, 1 Mar '13 | 7:52 PM ET

"The Harvard Crimson" is warning conservatives not only to not enroll, but to not apply to the school. Larry Kudlow questions the editor.

Ron Paul: No Real Cuts in Sequester     Fri, 1 Mar '13 | 5:45 PM ET

Former U.S. Representative Ron Paul tells “Money in Motion” that the automatic spending cuts known as the “sequester” are not a “big deal” and won’t do anything to address the nation’s debt problem. (1:36)

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