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Where can you find the cheapest gas?     Fri, 22 Nov '13 | 2:17 PM ET

CNBC's Sharon Epperson reports gas prices are on the rise, and where consumers can find the cheapest fuel in the nation.

Jonathan Bush, athenahealth chairman and CEO, explains why he thinks Obamacare feels like "some horrible federal program."

Scary social media experiment     Fri, 22 Nov '13 | 2:48 PM ET

How easy is it to find out everything about you? CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Filmmaker Jack Vale, dig into the dangers of social media.

Retire with a $1M 401(k)?     Fri, 22 Nov '13 | 1:46 PM ET

CNBC's Sharon Epperson explains how some people who made less than a six-figure salary were able to retire with a seven-figure retirement fund.

Jill Branoff, Vince CEO, discusses the apparel maker's big IPO move and their growth strategy. You don't have you discount if you sell compelling product, she says.

Are we running into some market obstacles? Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities; Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services; and Jeff Kilburg KKM Financial, discuss tapering and the Fed.

Crime & decay in Trenton     Fri, 22 Nov '13 | 10:34 AM ET

Trenton laid off a third of its police force two years ago, and state and county police have been picking up the slack. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports the city saw a new record number of murders at 33.

Thirsty for a "financial holiday cocktail?" CNBC's Jane Wells suggests a "JPMor-Garita," a $13 billion drink that leaves the top bank execs without a hangover. Also, Wells shares her favorite bathrooms around the globe.

TWC surges on potential Comcast interest     Fri, 22 Nov '13 | 12:14 PM ET

CNBC's David Faber joins the "Fast Money" traders to discuss the potential bidding war for Time Warner Cable between Comcast and Charter Communications. Faber says investors will embrace consolidation.

Atlanta Federal Reserve president Dennis Lockhart thinks Janet Yellen is "extremely well qualified" for Fed Chair, the current state of the economy and how long QE is expected.

Atlanta Federal Reserve president Dennis Lockhart discusses when the economy may be "prepared" for the Fed to begin tapering its QE policies.

The Dow reaches a new milestone hitting 16,000. The "Squawk on the Street" news team discuss corporate tax reform and the real move in financials.

Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell.

Branson backs bitcoin     Fri, 22 Nov '13 | 8:43 AM ET

Virgin Galactic, which will provide space flights to tourists, is now accepting bitcoin. Sir Richard Branson, Virgin Group founder and chairman, discusses the value and risks for his company.

CNBC's David Faber reports that Charter Communications is lining up financing for a potential bid for Time Warner Cable. Comcast is also said to be considering the purchase of TWC, but no price has been discussed.

Cramer: 'There's bubbling everywhere.'     Fri, 22 Nov '13 | 9:17 AM ET

After a rash of tech IPOs and multibillion valuations, CNBC'S Jim Cramer warns investors of "bubbling" throughout niche areas such as social media, fashion and 3-D printing.

Einhorn: I'm still long on Apple     Thu, 21 Nov '13 | 12:46 PM ET

David Einhorn, Greenlight Capital co-founder & president, discusses St. Joe Company and where to be short. Einhorn also weighs in on Carl Icahn and Apple.

High cost of clean water in Baltimore     Thu, 21 Nov '13 | 1:45 PM ET

Baltimore is leaking! CNBC's Scott Cohn reports the city of Baltimore needs another $3 billion for capital improvements to repair its water system.

Micron on a Regis tear     Thu, 21 Nov '13 | 5:06 PM ET

The Fast Money traders discuss David Einhorn's comments on Micron today and deliver Regis Philbin's response. Philbin has long been a big fan of the stock.

CNBC's Jon Fortt breaks down the pros and cons of the Xbox One and PS4. Xbox founder Nat Brown discusses the future of gaming. The era consoles is coming to an end, says Brown.

Samsung owes Apple $290 million     Thu, 21 Nov '13 | 3:36 PM ET

CNBC's Josh Lipton reports a jury has awarded Apple $290 million from Samsung for infringing on Apple patents.

President Obama addresses Washington's abuse of filibuster power and the pattern of obstruction that has persisted. pattern of obstuction

CNBC's John Harwood reports that the senate bill to change filibuster rules gets enough votes to pass.

Consumer Reports says Tesla remains the top choice for consumers. Consumer Reports managing editor of autos Jon Linkov, offers insight.

New Jersey is rolling out internet gambling today with a 5-day trial. Mitch Garber, Caesars Acquisition president & CEO, offers insight on the trial and projected growth in the U.S. He thinks the U.S. will see one state bet on online gambling one by one.

Addressing whether the software is ready, Senior Vice President Yusuf Mehdi said, "Xbox One is the most tested developed product we've ever done."

When the Fed may begin taper, with Pimco CEO & co-CIO Mohamed El-Erian. The Fed will "absolutely" taper over the next 12 months gradually, he says.

"Read the Fed minutes," says Pimco CEO & co-CIO Mohamed El-Erian. "The policy discussion is amazing," he explains.

Cybersecurity expert Morgan Wright, CEO of Crowd Sourced Investigations, says "there is no good way" to fix Obamacare right now. He thinks you have a better chance of seeing God.

Discussing the current state of business, with TD Ameritrade CFO Bill Gerber. "New accounts are up a couple hundred thousand," he says.

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