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Senate: Lew on Cayman Island Investments     Wed, 13 Feb '13 | 10:55 AM ET

At his confirmation hearing, Jack Lew, President Obama’s choice for Treasury Secretary, is asked about a personal investment he once had in a fund located in the Cayman Islands. (2:13)

During the Republican response to President Obama’s State of the Union address, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) awkwardly paused for a drink of water, attracting a great deal of public attention. (0:37)

Art Cashin of UBS says U.S. investors don't have to "stay up nights" worrying about "currency wars" fought by central banks around the world, but that could change if the talk gets tougher. (1:06)

Art Cashin of UBS tells "Squawk on the Street" what the bulls need to keep the stock rally going. (0:56)

American entrepreneur Sam Zell and CNBC’s Joe Kernen talk about how pro-business policies can help the middle class and how more verification is needed for government “safety net” programs. (1:35)

The $500 Chinese New Year Dinner     Wed, 13 Feb '13 | 8:00 AM ET

Hoping to attract wealthy Chinese travelers at the Lunar New Year, the Bellagio in Las Vegas offers a $500 per setting dinner. Jane Wells shows what you get for the money. (2:38)

Cooperman Buys Facebook, Sells Apple     Wed, 13 Feb '13 | 12:00 AM ET

Leon Cooperman of Omega Advisors eliminates his Apple holdings, buying into Facebook instead. (2:48)

How to Play Aussie Banks     Tue, 12 Feb '13 | 10:54 PM ET

Scott Phillips, Investment Analyst, Motley Fool Australia says that banks will give you capital gains but are not income plays. Thomas Murphy, Managing Partner, Family Office Research & Management also weighs in.

Debating Obama's Plan for the Future     Tue, 12 Feb '13 | 10:15 PM ET

Thomas Murphy, Family Office Research & Management, Jeff Watkins, Democrats Abroad, and Peter Morici, University of Maryland discuss President Obama's State of the Union Address, and what it means for the American economy.

Sean King, Senior Vice President, Park Strategies warns that another nuclear test may be on the cards from North Korea despite global outrage over the last one.

Don Meij, CEO, Domino's Pizza tells CNBC says more and more consumers in Australia are using mobile phones to order pizza. He says Domino's Pizza is growing its online presence and digital platforms.

Dollar/Yen Seen Rising to 100: Pro     Tue, 12 Feb '13 | 6:40 PM ET

Takuji Okubo, Chief Economist, Japan Macro Advisors sees dollar/ yen rising to the 95 -110 area. He says the Bank of Japan's stimulus will be put on the back-burner until new management takes over.

As Leighton Holdings returns to profit in 2012, CEO Hamish Tyrwhitt tells CNBC why Australia's mining slowdown doesn't bother the firm thanks to rising commodity and infrastructure demand in Asia.

The decision to acquire the remaining stake of NBC Universal that was still owned by General Electric for approximately $16.7 billion was based on prospects for the future, Comcast CEO Brian Roberts says. (4:17)

CNBC's Julia Boorstin breaks the news that Comcast is buying the 49 percent of NBCUniversal it doesn't already own from General Electric for $16.7 billion. (2:52)

Technical analyst Steve Cortes finds one clear winner when he compares the charts of McDonald's and Burger King. (2:18)

Goldman Sachs Chairman and CEO Lloyd Blankfein lists the reasons he's optimistic about stocks. (1:44)

Managing the Kate Upton Brand     Tue, 12 Feb '13 | 1:48 PM ET

Kate Upton, the model who appears on the cover of this year's Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition, talks about a chilly photo shoot in Antarctica, and her plans for the future. (3:53)

How Jim Rogers Is Playing Facebook     Tue, 12 Feb '13 | 1:08 PM ET

On CNBC.com's "Futures Now," we ask Jim Rogers what he thinks about investing in Facebook. (1:43)

Jim Rogers: Where I'm Investing Now     Tue, 12 Feb '13 | 1:03 PM ET

Gold? Stocks? Bonds? Billionaire investor Jim Rogers tells CNBC's "Futures Now" traders where he's putting his money to work, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis. (1:26)

Art Cashin talks with Mary Thompson about a variety of topics, including the stock market coming up against a technical "uptrend" line, the "currency war" centering on Japan's yen, and the "SI Swimsuit Cover" market indicator. (2:43)

Art Cashin of UBS tells "Squawk on the Street" that the stock market is at a key technical level. (2:17)

Gabelli: These Stocks Will Double     Tue, 12 Feb '13 | 8:50 AM ET

Mario Gabelli, Gamco Investors chairman, CEO & CIO, reveals the names of two companies that he believes are set to soar. (1:37)

When Larry Kudlow says there's no inflation even though central banks are printing money, Jim Rogers disagrees, saying inflation is going "through the roof" and Kudlow doesn't realize it because he doesn't do his own shopping. (0:37)

Jim Rogers disagrees when Larry Kudlow says Japan is saving the world economy from deflation by depreciating the yen. (0:45)

In a "Kudlow Report" discussion, investor Jim Rogers argues that gains for stocks have been artificially fueled by central banks printing large amounts of money. (9:03)

Investor Dennis Gartman tells "Fast Money" why he thinks no one should be holding gold priced in U.S. dollars. (2:31)

Watered Down Whiskey Has Fans Fuming     Mon, 11 Feb '13 | 4:55 PM ET

Will Maker's Mark sales be watered down as the company announces it will reduce its bourbon's alcohol content and add water? CNBC's Brian Shactman reports. (1:24)

In a live interview, CNBC's Maria Bartiromo presses White House economic adviser Gene Sperling on the Obama administration's willingness to accept more spending cuts.

SI Swimsuit Models Ring Closing Bell     Mon, 11 Feb '13 | 4:00 PM ET

CNBC's Bill Griffeth and Maria Bartiromo discuss the impact the Sports Illustrated swimsuit models ringing the closing bell will have on the markets. The models then close the Dow for the day.

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