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Stamping money out of politics   Tue, 17 Feb '15 | 10:49 AM ET
Stamping money out of politics

Ben & Jerry's co-founder and StampStampede.org founder Ben Cohen, makes the case to get big money out of politics.

Cramer's reason to own Apple   Tue, 17 Feb '15 | 9:04 AM ET
Cramer's reason to own Apple

CNBC's Jim Cramer makes his case to stay in Apple, and shares his take on Apple's watch and Google.

Breaking bad habits   Tue, 17 Feb '15 | 7:00 AM ET
Young money: Breaking bad habits

CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports on how to prevent good intentions from turning into bad habits

Greek talks break down   Tue, 17 Feb '15 | 6:03 AM ET
Greek talks break down

CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports Greece's leaders have been told they have until Friday to apply for an extension of the current bailout program.

Stocks poised for drop as Greece talks fail

Global stocks were under pressure in early trading Tuesday on concerns about the stalled bailout Greek talks and the shaky cease-fire between Russia and Ukraine.

Apple watch might be good for my workout: Obama

Re/code's Kara Swisher talks to President Obama about how he consumes media and why he's still attached to his BlackBerry. He says if there was a hashtag for his administration, it would be #yeswecan.

The Week Ahead: 2015 Fashion Week   Fri, 13 Feb '15 | 4:02 PM ET
The Week Ahead: 2015 Fashion Week

CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories.

CEOs to Cramer: This is why our stocks are up

From Skechers to Cisco, CEOs tell "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer why their stocks are rallying.

An oil well in the Permian Basin is shown in Garden City, Texas, Feb. 5, 2015.

The "Fast Money" traders give their top ways to play metals, oil and agriculture stocks.

The hottest boats in Miami   Fri, 13 Feb '15 | 4:20 PM ET
Miami boat show highlights

CNBC's Morgan Brennan looks at some of the hottest boats at the Miami International Boat Show.

The Week That Was: Costco-AmEx break up   Fri, 13 Feb '15 | 4:01 PM ET
The Week That Was: Costco-AmEx break up

CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks back at the week's top business and financial stories, including Expedia buying Orbitz, and Costco and American Express ending their partnership.

Cramer: This stock can sprout more gains   Fri, 13 Feb '15 | 6:00 PM ET
Cramer: This stock can sprout more gains

This stock is up more than 25 percent this year, but Mad Money host Jim Cramer says it has much more room to grow.

Tim Cook: Apple Pay designed for security   Fri, 13 Feb '15 | 5:13 PM ET
Tim Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook was fired up about privacy and security at the White House summit on cybersecurity and consumer protection.

Gartman: Stock trend to the upper right   Fri, 13 Feb '15 | 4:14 PM ET
Dennis Gartman

Discussing the correlation between declining oil and stocks, with Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter, and Larry McDonald, Societe Generale.

Low oil here for a while: Oil pro   Fri, 13 Feb '15 | 2:02 PM ET
Low oil here for a while: Oil pro

Larry Oldham, Former President & CEO, Parallel Petroleum, discusses the impact of low oil prices on all segments of the Texas economy.

Day in the life of a billionaire   Fri, 13 Feb '15 | 12:19 PM ET
Day in the life of a billionaire

CNBC's Eric Chemi takes a look at the "daily" worth over the lifetime of a few billionaires.

Just how high can Apple go?   Fri, 13 Feb '15 | 10:31 AM ET
Just how high can Apple go?

Katie Stockton, BTIG, discusses whether Apple's growth is sustainable and what the charts are saying about how high the stock can go.

The biggest tech boom of all time: Pro   Fri, 13 Feb '15 | 8:59 AM ET
The biggest tech boom of all time: Pro

Glenn Hutchins, North Island chairman, weighs in on whether it's too late to invest in the tech space as the Nasdaq hits a 15-year high.

AT&T CEO: How to shore up cyber security   Fri, 13 Feb '15 | 7:08 AM ET
AT&T CEO: How to shore up cyber security

Randall Stephenson, AT&T CEO, shares his concerns about cybersecurity and what his company is doing to protect customers.

Good run ahead for US economy: Scott Minerd

Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Partners CIO, shares his thoughts on the U.S. economy and wage growth outlook. Also Minerd weighs in on how to play a rate move and improve total return.

Oil, global issues remain in focus on Wall Street

With an agreement in the monthslong tension between Russia and Ukraine, investors will continue to watch oil prices and further developments in the Greece debt standoff.

Cramer: A stock double that isn't done   Thu, 12 Feb '15 | 6:00 PM ET
Cramer: A stock double that isn't done

This stock has doubled over the past year, but Mad Money host Jim Cramer says it has a lot more room to run.

Commodity comeback: 6 trades on oil   Thu, 12 Feb '15 | 5:00 PM ET
Workers on oil rig

The "Fast Money" traders discuss the volatile moves in oil and the best ways to trade both the commodity and oil stocks.

50 Trades that pay   Thu, 12 Feb '15 | 6:00 PM ET
50 Trades that pay

In the spirit of Friday's release of Fifty Shades of Grey, Melissa meets with the "Fast Money" traders for their "Fifty Trades that Pay".

Shaq kisses tiny trader   Thu, 12 Feb '15 | 4:38 PM ET
Shaq kisses tiny trader

NBA Legend Shaquille O'Neal is still in penny stocks for fun and during the discussion, kisses a far shorter trader on the head.

Fed's Fisher: We are audited   Thu, 12 Feb '15 | 2:39 PM ET
Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President and CEO Richard Fisher speaks during an interview in New York.

Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher fights back against the "Audit the Fed" movement in a web exclusive interview with CNBC's Steve Liesman.

What rising oil means for stocks   Thu, 12 Feb '15 | 1:31 PM ET
Rising oil bad for stocks?

Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital Management, thinks oil is in the process of bottoming, and this could be bad for stocks; and CNBC contributor Ron Insana, provides perspective.

Is Jon Stewart worth $100 million?   Thu, 12 Feb '15 | 12:35 PM ET
Is Jon Stewart worth $100 million?

Ross Levinsohn explains why he would pay John Stewart $100 million a year for a new distribution model.

Can Apple maintain iPhone mojo?   Thu, 12 Feb '15 | 11:09 AM ET
Can Apple maintain iPhone mojo?

Apple is hitting another all-time high, and Carl Icahn thinks the company could be worth more. Henry Blodget, Business Insider CEO, and CNBC's Jon Fortt discuss the future for the company.

Russia looks 'profoundly weak': Roger Atlman

Evercore Partners Chairman Roger Altman, shares his thoughts on Russia's economy and whether sanctions are working to keep Putin in check.

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