The "Fast Money" traders take sides on whether to expect a tapering of Federal Reserve asset purchases in September.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo shares her observation today on the fight over Sony with George Clooney and Dan Loeb.
The dispute between CBS and Time Warner Cable is still heating up. Discussing how the options market is playing the stocks, with Brian Stutland, Stutland Volatility Group.
In a matter of months Eike Batista has lost $33 billion. This epic fall has shocked the world. To break down his losses is Ray Zucaro, SW Asset Management; Tim Seymour, "Fast Money" trader; and CNBC's Robert Frank.
Will weaker than expected jobs data change the dynamic for the Fed's move to slow down stimulus? Randy Kroszner, University of Chicago, provides insight on what the numbers mean to the Fed.
Over $6 billion went into stocks this week and an outflow of $2 billion into bonds. Will money into bonds put a halt on the "great rotation?" CNBC's Jeff Cox and Rick Santelli, weigh in.
The Dow has closed in the green for the 6th week in a row. Stephanie Link, The Street; Ralph Acampora, Altaira Ltd.; and Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities, discuss where to put money to work in the market following this week's economic data.
Is the market trying to interpret when the Fed will back off its bond buying program? David Darst, Stanley Wealth Management, and Chris Wolfe, Merrill Lynch Private Bank, provide insight on what this market is trading on.
Douglas Holtz-Eakin, American Action Forum; Gary Burnison, Korn/Ferry; and former chairman of the Economic Advisors, Laura Tyson, go beyond today's headlines of jobs data.
Today's jobs report was disappointing with less than expected numbers. CNBC's Steve Liesman and Rick Santelli discuss what this says about our economy and what the Fed should do next.
Although sitting at all-time highs, job growth still remains an issue. Dave Fleisher, First Trust Financial; John Manley, Wells Fargo Fund Management; Anthony Valeri, LPL Financial; and Anthony Chan, Chase Private Client, discuss how today's job numbers will affect the market.
The battle in smartphones is ongoing. Jonathan Geller, BGR, discusses if Sony can be the hottest smartphone company in the world.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen reports a former Green Mountain employee is being charged with insider trading. An alleged 7 million dollars was said to be involved.
Could job hopping millennials be a drag to the economy? Dan Schawebel, Millennial Branding; and CNBC's Steve Liesman discuss why those born between 1983-1993 could be costing companies thousands.
CNBC's Melissa Lee, Herb Greenberg, and Josh Lipton dissect the numbers on Michael Kors, Tyson Foods, and Green Mountain.
What is behind the social media rally? CNBC's Julia Boorstin offers insight on her interview with LinkedIn's CEO Jeff Weiner; and BuzzFeed's president Jon Steinberg takes a look at other "red-hot" sites including Facebook, Yelp, and his own BuzzFeed.
Bank of America data shows inflows into equities topped $6.6 billion this week. In this market of buyers, is there reason to worry? Bob Doll, Nuveen Asset Management; and Brian Hamilton, Sageworks, weigh in.
The Fed's Bullard suggests the Fed needs more data before tapering. CNBC's Bob Pisani and Steve Liesman, interpret his statements about the economy.
Dissecting the market action after a weaker than expected jobs report, with Kenny Polcari, O'Neil Securities; former Labor Department chief economist William Rodgers; and CNBC's Bob Pisani.
The FMHR traders reveal their final trades.