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  • SEC Chair: 'We need more money to cover responsibilities'

    CNBC's Maria Bartiromo speaks with the new SEC Chairman Mary Jo White, who has already served notice to financial institutions saying "defendants and firms in some cases must admit wrongdoing to settle cases without a trial." White also discusses the SEC's efforts in adding more market expertise to the staff.

  • AT&T new program: Who really wins?

    Is AT&T's new program a rip-off? James Brehm, Compass Intelligence; and Peter Goodman, Huffington Post debate.

  • Closing Bell Exchange

    With several winning streaks on the line today, Joe Heider, Rehmann Financial; Bob Keiser, S&P Capital IQ; James Bianco, Bianco Research; and CNBC's Rick Santelli break down today's markets.

  • Pipe dreams for the rich and famous

    CNBC's Robert Frank picks 3 billionaire toys we wish we had. Only 1 of them is real.

  • Tinder: For love or lust?

    The location based app Tinder is taking the dating world by storm. Sean Rad, CEO and co-founder, offers insight on his dating app.

  • China's 'Madoff' executed

    China does not mess around with white color crimes. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports from Bejing.

  • Radio Shack's big bet

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan sat down with Radio Shack's CEO to talk company's turn around.

  • Earnings Squad: BAC & CSX

    CNBC's Melissa Lee, Herb Greenberg and Kayla Tausche dissect the numbers on Bank of America, and CSX.

  • Coke vs. Pepsi

    Should you buy shares of Pepsi or Coke right now? John Faucher, JPMorgan senior analyst, says he is still recommending PepsiCo right now.

  • Mother of all short squeezes coming for gold?

    Gold positioning is the lowest since 2002 and speculative gold short positions are at a record high. Is a gold short squeeze on the way, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.

  • Traders Brawl on Gold

    Anthony Grisanti and Jeff Kilburg have a fierce fight on where gold's going next. "Are we looking at the same chart?" With CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.

  • Gasoline Overheated: Citi Expert

    Has gasoline topped, or is there still time to get in on its summer surge? With CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the "Futures Now" traders.

  • Doug Kass: Market making a top here

    Doug Kass believes that the bulls are ignoring major risks to the market. In fact, he says, stocks are currently making a high for the year, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.

  • Bulls will be proven wrong: Kass

    The market is near record highs. Just the same, Seabreeze Partners Management's Doug Kass makes his case for shorting it, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders, Jeff Kilburg at the CME and Anthony Grisanti at the Nymex.

  • FMHR Final Trade

    The FMHR traders reveal their final trades.

  • Delivering Alpha: Bharara takes on Wall Street crime

    CNBC's Kate Kelly previews Preet Bharara ahead of tomorrow's CNBC's "Delivering Alpha" conference in New York City.

  • You might want to invest in "death stocks," according to the latest report on Service Corp., TheStreet.com says.

  • What's to 'like' about Facebook?

    Since its IPO in 2012, Facebook, has lost nearly a third of its value. Wall Street's elite will be looking for signs that social networking is making strides in monetizing mobile ahead of the company's earnings next week. A bullish Stephanie Link faces off with a bearish Josh Brown. And Bill Nygren, Oakmark Value Fund, provides his top stock picks including General Motors. Also CNBC's Josh Lipton has the latest on what's driving down shares of Tesla Motors.

  • Futures Now: Gold short squeeze coming?

    Gold is positioning to reach its lowest levels since 2002. The "Futures Now" crew breaks down the decline in the precious metal.

  • Top 3 trades: JNJ, Yahoo, Coca-Cola

    The FMHR traders provide today's top 3 trades, as Johnson and Johnson hits a record high, beating Q2 expectations; Yahoo!'s shares jump 70 percent since Marissa Mayer took the CEO position a year ago, and Coca-Cola matches earnings estimates but falls shorts on revenue. And CNBC's Josh Lipton monitors a declining Sodastream stock.