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$ave me: Have a fashionable fall     Tue, 25 Feb '14 | 7:45 AM ET

CNBC consumer reporter Kelli Grant offers tips on how careful shopping can net you a fashionable fall wardrobe.

BlackBerry's CEO: We have a plan     Tue, 25 Feb '14 | 6:22 AM ET

This is a four to six quarters turnaround, says John Chen, BlackBerry's chief executive, commenting on his company's growth plans from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. CNBC's Jon Fortt reports.

Gartman on Ukraine & nat gas trade     Mon, 24 Feb '14 | 5:40 PM ET

Dennis Gartman of the Gartman Letter explains why it is illogical to be bullish on nat gas because of Ukraine fears.

DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, discusses the company's movie success and the steps it is taking to diversify by breaking away from just making movies. Katzenberg also comments on digital distribution and their partnership with Netflix.

Jeopardy! Contestant Arthur Chu discusses his experience on the game show, and why fans "love to hate him." 2003 Jeopardy! College Champion Keith Williams, provides perspective.

Port of New Orleans reopens     Mon, 24 Feb '14 | 1:46 PM ET

The Port of New Orleans is back in business after the coast guard reopened a portion of the Mississippi River. Gary LaGrange, Port of New Orleans CEO says the coast guard did an excellent job.

Santelli: Unanswered buying of stocks     Mon, 24 Feb '14 | 1:30 PM ET

CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices and yields.

CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports how cold temperatures and snow are hurting retail deliveries.

Tea Party origins: Santelli     Mon, 24 Feb '14 | 1:00 PM ET

CNBC's Jeff Cox sits down with CNBC's Rick Santelli five years after his 'tea party' rant to recap that fateful day.

Tech Yeah! Nokia's cheap smartphone     Mon, 24 Feb '14 | 12:00 PM ET

Nokia, soon to be acquired by MSFT, is turning to software created by arch-rival Google for a new line of cheap smartphones it hopes will make it a late contender in the dynamic low-cost smartphone market.

Cashin says market's melt-up no stampede     Mon, 24 Feb '14 | 11:40 AM ET

CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss what's likely driving today's triple digit run in the Dow, ahead of Fed Chair Janet Yellen's testimony before the Senate Banking Committee on Thursday.

It is in the overall global interest to help the Ukraine return to a peaceful and competitive position, says former ECB president Jean-Claude Trichet, discussing the economic crisis facing the Ukraine.

Ukraine's fight against corruption     Mon, 24 Feb '14 | 10:41 AM ET

CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on the ouster of Ukraine president Viktor Yanukovych and speaks with parliament member Olga Bielkova about the Ukraine's financial crisis.

Cashin: Market has a lot more volatility     Mon, 24 Feb '14 | 10:31 AM ET

Art Cashin, UBS Financial Services director of floor operations, discusses what investors can expect from the stock market this week and if weather was a legitimate disturbance for market weakness.

Netflix has agreed to pay Comcast for faster broadband service. Lowell McAdam, Verizon Communications President & CEO, weighs in on the deal and discusses Google's fiber plans.

Lawrence Summers, former Treasury Secretary and Harvard University professor, discusses challenges facing Ukraine, and the impact on the global economy and the EU's role in the Ukrainian crisis.

CNBC's Jim Cramer breaks down his support for the $16 billion deal between Facebook and WhatsApp that raised eyebrows on Wall Street last week.

CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he thinks the deal between Netflix and Comcast is a win-win for both companies. Also Cramer comments on Carl Icahn's stake in eBay and breaking PayPal from the company.

Mark Kiesel, deputy CIO & managing director of PIMCO, shares his thoughts on why he sees significant opportunity in the housing market and energy sector.

Dow 30,000 in ten years: Baron     Mon, 24 Feb '14 | 8:06 AM ET

Ron Baron, Baron Capital chairman and CEO, says the market will continue to move higher, and explains why he consistently invests on a monthly basis.

While the country mourns, CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports Ukraine may need a bailout to meet its financial obligations as much of the wealth remains in the hands of a small number of people.

CNBC's Jon Fortt and Ed McLaughlin, MasterCard chief payments officer, discuss how the credit card company plans to increase mobile security and protect consumers from fraud.

CNBC's Jon Fortt has the latest details from WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

Corrections usually last less than two months; unfortunately, bear markets are much more grizzly.

The Week Ahead: Congress back to work     Fri, 21 Feb '14 | 4:02 PM ET

CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories. The Olympics end and spring training begins. We'll find out the weather's impact on housing sales. And Yellen testifies to the Senate on the economy.

CNBC's top moments at Sochi     Fri, 21 Feb '14 | 11:25 AM ET

CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports the United States has a total of 25 medals, and Russia currently has 24 medals. And a rewind on some of the most memorable moments for CNBC in Sochi.

David Gregory on Russia's hand in Kiev     Fri, 21 Feb '14 | 4:20 PM ET

Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych and the opposing party have signed a deal to end the crackdown on protesters in Kiev. Meet the Press moderator David Gregory provides insight on Russia's involvement and the potential threat to the US.

Great freeze on the Great Lakes     Fri, 21 Feb '14 | 2:44 PM ET

CNBC's Scott Cohn talks to Coast Guard Lt. Commander Justin Kimura about the deep freeze's impact on Great Lakes shipping, and he reports that the Coast Guard has nine ice cutters in the region.

Russia's Olympic report card     Fri, 21 Feb '14 | 2:25 PM ET

CNBC's Brian Sullivan grades Russia on hosting the 2014 Olympics and provides his final thoughts from the Sochi games.

In his daily CNBC.com-only video with Bob Pisani, Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services explains why a key technical level could spark either big gains or big losses for stocks.

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