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Apple's push into health  Mon, 2 Jun '14 | 4:21 PM ET

CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on Apple's efforts to eliminate barriers on devices and its new push into health and home from the WWDC.

Phil Mickelson's branding at risk?  Mon, 2 Jun '14 | 4:18 PM ET

Discussing if Phil Mickelson's sponsorships are at risk following an insider trading investigation involving the golfer and billionaire Carl Icahn, with Bill Colvin, Colvin Sports Network, and Moshe Cohen, Columbia Business School.

The ethics of presidential swag  Mon, 2 Jun '14 | 2:00 PM ET

While First Lady Michelle Obama's fashion choices and designer tastes may get most of the headlines, President Barack Obama also gets his fair share of expensive gifts. CNBC's Washington reporter Eamon Javers reports on the ethics behind them.

Auto loan average length surges  Mon, 2 Jun '14 | 3:47 PM ET

CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the new ways customers are financing their vehicles.

Discussing today's ISM number and what's driving the U.S. stock market, with Dani Hughes, Divine Capital; Joe Heider, Rehmann Financial; Andrew Ahrens, Ahrens Investment Partners; and CNBC's Jeff Cox.

The word is out the FBI is asking questions about trades made by pro golfer Phil Mickelson, along with gambler Billy Walters and at least one involving an investment by Carl Icahn, reports CNBC's Scott Cohn.

Icahn denies any wrongdoing  Mon, 2 Jun '14 | 7:01 AM ET

CNBC's Scott Wapner reports the FBI is asking questions about trades made by pro golfer Phil Mickelson and Carl Icahn. Icahn says he doesn't know of any investigation.

Monday morning trading strategies  Mon, 2 Jun '14 | 6:34 AM ET

The markets are not close to a double-digit correction, they're just kind of trudging along, says Paul Schatz, Heritage Capital, sharing his outlook on the market. And Michelle Meyer, BofA Merrill Lynch, explains why she is expecting to see a "modest healing" in the labor market.

DUBLIN, OH - MAY 31: Phil Mickelson hits his tee shot on the second hole during the third round of the Memorial Tournament presented by Nationwide Insurance at Muirfield Village Golf Club on May 31, 2014 in Dublin, Ohio.

Former SEC Chairman Harvey Pitt and white collar crime defense attorney Roberto Braceras explain how typical insider trading investigations work and how hard they are to put together.

Gabelli eyes takeover targets  Mon, 2 Jun '14 | 7:16 AM ET

Mario Gabelli, Gamco Investors chairman & CEO, explains why he is watching shares of Protective Life, Interpublic Group, and Hillshire Brands.

Olympic gold medalist and American snowboarder Sage Kotsenburg weighs in on his endorsements and the honor of being on the Wheaties box. Kotsenburg gives Mad Money host Jim Cramer a special gift.

Can Qatar lose the 2022 World Cup?  Mon, 2 Jun '14 | 4:45 AM ET

Jonathan Taylor, U.K. partner at Bird & Bird, talks about the investigation into the corruption allegations surrounding the 2022 World Cup bidding process.

The Week That Was: Wall Street chicken fight  Fri, 30 May '14 | 3:50 PM ET

CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks back at the week's top business and financial stories. It was a short week, but the S&P still hit new highs. Even bad GDP data didn't stop the markets. Apple bought beats for real, and there was a chicken fight on the Street between Pilgrim's Pride and Tyson over Hillshire Brands. Ford recalled more than a million cars for non-threatening issues.

White House Press Secretary stepping down  Fri, 30 May '14 | 1:59 PM ET

President Obama today announced White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is stepping down and Deputy Press Secretary Josh Earnest will take take his place.

Want to live like the Jetsons?  Fri, 30 May '14 | 2:38 PM ET

CNBC's Morgan Brennan looks ahead to Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, and what investors can expect out of the home automation industry next.

Social media treasure hunt hits LA  Fri, 30 May '14 | 1:44 PM ET

The social media scavenger hunt that rewards lucky followers made its way to Southern California yesterday. It quickly drew the attention of money seekers, and caused a traffic nightmare in Burbank.

CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on the choppy market, and the winners and losers in May's market. A look at the slight rise in bitcoin.

Picking apart Picketty  Fri, 30 May '14 | 8:03 AM ET

Tony Fratto, Hamilton Place Strategies, shares his thoughts on Thomas Piketty's best-seller, "Capital in the Twenty-First Century."

Geopolitical hot spots brew trouble for oil  Fri, 30 May '14 | 7:17 AM ET

Helima Croft, Barclays managing director, discusses how sanctions by the West have impacted Russia and Ukraine. And Walter Isaacson, The Aspen Institute, weighs in on Putin's role in controlling the oil there.

Dogfish Head's summer brews  Fri, 30 May '14 | 7:52 AM ET

There's a beer for every occasion, says Sam Calagione, Dogfish Head Brewery, discussing the growing craft beer craze.

Walter Isaacson, The Aspen Institute, shares his thoughts on Apple's acquisition of Beats and Steve Jobs' relationship with Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre. And Dan Colarusso, Reuters Digital, discusses.

Ripple effects of Libya unrest  Fri, 30 May '14 | 6:36 AM ET

CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on the unrest in Libya and its impact on oil.

S&P scores another record  Thu, 29 May '14 | 4:58 PM ET

Investors shrugged off a disappointing first quarter GDP figure and drove the S&P 500 to another all-time record. See how the markets moved in the Heat Map Time Lapse.

Greatest wealth transfer in history  Thu, 29 May '14 | 4:48 PM ET

CNBC's Robert Frank reports over the next half a century $59 trillion will be passed down to children, charity, taxes, and other costs being referred to as the greatest wealth transfer in history.

'Flash Boy's' tough words for exchanges  Thu, 29 May '14 | 3:00 PM ET

CNBC's Eamon Javers spoke with IEX founder Brad Katsuyama, the central character in the Michael Lewis's book, "Flash Boys," live on CNBC Wednesday. Afterward, they chatted about the reaction to the interview and Katsuyama's criticisms of the US stock exchanges.

Herb Greenberg's camera skills lacking  Thu, 29 May '14 | 2:41 PM ET

CNBC's Herb Greenberg tries to operate a remote-controlled camera without much success. He does, however, manage to end with a much better view than he started.

Case for US oil exports  Thu, 29 May '14 | 2:55 PM ET

Discussing the ban on U.S. oil exports, with Chris Faulkner, Breitling Energy president & CEO, and Athan Manuel, offshore drilling expert and director of Sierra Club's Lands Protection Program.

Pimco's take on market  Thu, 29 May '14 | 2:03 PM ET

Pimco's Bill Gross and Paul McCulley, share their view of the global market and economy, and what would happen if the European Central Bank decided to ease policy.

CNBC's Josh Lipton and TODAY Show Digital Lifestyle Contributor Mario Armstrong discuss how the acquisition of Beats will change Apple as a brand.

Fed's Lacker: GDP decline not unexpected  Thu, 29 May '14 | 12:48 PM ET

CNBC's Steve Liesman speaks with Richmond Federal Reserve president Jeff Lacker, about GDP data and his outlook for interest rates. "By no means is this all weather," says Lacker.

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  • The Reserve Bank of Australia indicates that it could put rates on hold for the time being and will only opt for further rate cuts, if necessary, says Sean Callow, senior currency strategist at Westpac.

  • Simon Grose-Hodge, head of Investment Advisory, South Asia at LGT Bank Singapore, says a diversification into non-IT plays makes for a stronger Nasdaq Composite.

  • Chris Lane, senior research analyst at Bernstein Research, explains why China Unicom could see a "sharp slowdown in" its mobile service revenue in the final quarter of 2014.

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  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plans to address the U.S. Congress on Tuesday, but the White House says the politically charged speech distracts from ongoing nuclear talks with Iran.

  • Dieter Zetsche, chair of Daimler, says that he is unsure why Apple would want to enter the car industry, but that he would welcome them as either a partner or competition. Zetsche adds that Daimler would "exploit" any new technology opportunity.

  • Dieter Zetsche, chair of Daimler, talks about the firm's new vehicles and how Daimler's sales are improving in certain markets.