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Discussing the trajectory for markets and geopolitical issues, with Mario Gabelli, Gamco Investors founder, who is looking at earnings and thinks Germany should leave the euro.
The Najarian brothers spot some unusual activity in EQT Corp. and The Williams Cos.
"Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian spied some interesting action in the options pits on this Wi-Fi play.
Discussing the valuations of Instagram and Pinterest, with Mike Rothenberg, Ventures founder and CEO, and the FMHR traders.
How to play the oil fallout, with the FMHR traders. Joe Terranova has EOG Resources in his Halftime Portfolio.
Gerald "Jerry" Storch, Hudson's Bay Company CEO, applauds Wal-Mart for raising its wages and provides insight on the state of discount retailers.
Should investors buy Deere ahead of tomorrow's earnings? FMHR traders Pete Najarian and Jim Lebenthal debate the name.
The FMHR traders take their positions on four stocks making news today, including SolarCity, Hormel and more.
Heidi Richardson, BlackRock managing director, is sticking with mature U.S. tech companies while anticipating a volatile market.
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The Fast Money Halftime traders discuss the day's market activity and what can stop the market from climbing higher, with Michael Block, Rhino Trading Partners.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at the valuations of major tech companies including Intel and Oracle. Perspective, with Yahoo Finance's Mike Santoli.
Mondelez chairman and CEO Rene Rosenfeld, told CNBC's Sara Eisen that M&A has been a critical enabler for constructing the company's advantage portfolio and its brands are well positioned to deliver growth.
Chris Nassetta, Hilton Worldwide CEO, discusses M&A action and the performance of the company since its IPO, with CNBC's Simon Hobbs.
Twitter's co-founder Evan Williams says Dick Costolo is doing a great job and commented on Twitter's volatile stock price.
CNBC's Kate Kelly outlines some of the most profitable bets made by Wall Street's whales in the fourth quarter.
YouTube is aware some users do not want to see advertisements and will offer a subscription model for its music service in a few months, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.