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LA: Just too hot for hockey     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 2:00 PM ET

The NHL is launching its Coors Light Stadium Series with the first ever official outdoor game west of the Rockies. The Los Angeles Kings will host the league-leading Anaheim Ducks at Dodger Stadium Saturday night. But hot temperatures are causing ice issues that could pose a serious problem. CNBC's Jane Wells reports.

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

Apple a 'no-brainer' on earnings?     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 5:53 PM ET

Option prices see a 5 percent earnings move for Apple, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.

Discussing Google's vulnerability to the emerging markets, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.

As selling intensifies at market close, Art Cashin, UBS Financial Services director of floor operations, explains why Friday is the best day of the week to sell.

Polcari: Looking for a correction     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 2:15 PM ET

Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities director, discusses the events and data traders will be looking at next week. Will long-term investors come back in after a down week?

Lousy January for airlines     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 1:41 PM ET

CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on record flight cancellations in January of this year. Transports are having the worst day since April of 2013.

Cramer's top business leader picks     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 1:18 PM ET

CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his opinions on some of the most influential leaders in business, including Pier 1 Imports' Alex Smith and EOG Resources' Mark Papa.

Markets overreacting to China PMI: Pro     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 1:06 PM ET

How the market is digesting problems in China's banking system, with Paul Christopher, Wells Fargo Advisors; Russell Hoss, New Sheridan Advisors; and CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.

Scotch boom to continue?     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 12:54 PM ET

Chris Watt, Premium Brands Whyte and Mackay Americas marketing director, and Chef-Restaurateur Daniel Boulud, discuss investing in scotch.

CNBC's Bob Pisani and Art Cashin, of UBS, discuss the weakness in emerging markets and how it might be interpreted by the Fed, and concerns over China's banking system.

Pisani: Anything but 'BRICs'     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 11:35 AM ET

CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the lag in emerging market ETFs, and U.S. big caps versus small caps.

Natural gas tops $5     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 11:30 AM ET

CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports natural gas topped $5 for the first time since 2010.

Cramer: Starbucks is a battleground     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 9:09 AM ET

The "Squawk on the Street" news team breaks down Starbucks profits in its fiscal first quarter.

Joe & Becky try Bavarian curling     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 8:30 AM ET

CNBC's Becky Quick and Joe Kernen take a swing at the Bavarian version of curling.

Blankfein's emerging market plays     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 8:10 AM ET

In good times, emerging markets feel like a credit business, but when things get bad, it's a macro market, says Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs chairman & CEO, discussing his views on emerging markets and the outlook on U.S. markets.

Puerto Rico is under pressure from ratings agencies to prove they can borrow money or face a downgrade, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.

U2 lead singer Bono and Bank of America's Brian Moynihan discuss some of the issues being examined at Davos this year, including the bank's work with RED, an organization that leads the fight against AIDS and particularly, the transmission of HIV from mothers to babies.

Sir Richard presents 'Plan B' at Davos     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 6:15 AM ET

Virgin Group's Sir Richard Branson, shares his proposition that companies have a larger responsibility beyond profits.

George Soros on US-Russia relations     Fri, 24 Jan '14 | 6:12 AM ET

Billionaire investor and philanthropist George Soros told CNBC in an interview that aired on Friday that Russian President Vladimir Putin is acting out from a point of weakness.

Mad Money host Jim Cramer shares how to keep cool and develop a plan after today's' tape following negative headlines in China.

What's in store for the S&P 500     Thu, 23 Jan '14 | 5:00 PM ET

"Fast Money" trader Carter Worth looks at the charts of the S&P 500 and emerging markets.

History shows stay fully invested: Pro     Thu, 23 Jan '14 | 3:50 PM ET

With the stock market in sell-off mode, Peter Andersen, Congress Asset Management Company senior portfolio manager, discuss the economic data coming out of China and if there is reason for concern.

Market divergence is bizarre: Gartman     Thu, 23 Jan '14 | 3:30 PM ET

CNBC's Bob Pisani and Dennis Gartman, The Gartman Letter Founder, editor & publisher, discuss the recent divergence between the major indices and the weakness in China.

Herbalife concerns Sen. Markey     Thu, 23 Jan '14 | 2:16 PM ET

Herbalife says it looks forward to addressing Sen. Ed Markey's concerns about the company.

Fighting for babies born HIV positive     Thu, 23 Jan '14 | 2:00 PM ET

U2 lead singer Bono talks to CNBC about the number of babies born in the world with the HIV virus, and how Bank of America is helping to combat the problem. With BofA's Brian Moynihan.

Art Cashin of UBS provides insight on China's economy, and how it's impacting the global market.

Hamptons average price down YOY     Thu, 23 Jan '14 | 1:46 PM ET

The average home price in the Hamptons fell 26 percent in Q4 versus the year prior, reports CNBC's Robert Frank.

CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his opinions on Panera Bread's Ron Shaich, Buffalo Wild Wings' Sally Smith and other influential people in business.

In an exclusive CNBC interview in Davos, JPMorgan's CEO Jamie Dimon shares his thoughts on Fed chair Janet Yellen, tapering and normalizing interest rates.

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