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  • Motorola CEO: High-quality, affordable devices

    Dennis Woodside, Motorola Mobility CEO, expresses excitement and discusses the momentum for its Moto X and Moto G phones going into 2014. With CNBC's Jon Fortt.

  • Apple blacklisted for morality?

    Ronnie Moas, Standpoint Research, explains why Apple's morality, particularly at factories in Asia, is reason enough for a stock downgrade. Apple treats the people there who make its products like animals, Moas alleges. "It's disgraceful."

  • Long gold in yen terms: Gartman

    The Gartman Letter's Dennis Gartman explains why those who didn't short gold have missed their chance.

  • AT&T targets T-Mobile

    Ralph De La Vega, AT&T CEO and president, joins CNBC's Jon Fortt to discuss its newest deal for T-Mobile customers. We want to give T-Mobile customers a chance to sample the" fastest and most reliable" 4G network, he says.

  • Gary Stern: Positive economic outlook for 2014

    Gary Stern, former president of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank, weighs in on Janet Yellen and the state of the economy.

  • Commodities tomorrow: Gold hammered early

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Gold got hammered early this morning, in a matter of minutes. Oil was largely unchanged on the day, and if an agreement is reached over Iran's nuclear program, it could fall to $80/barrel, she reports.

  • Earnings holding up the stock market

    Peter Costa, Empire Executions president, discusses today's lack of momentum and the overall market malaise so far in 2014.

  • What's wrong with the stock market?

    CNBC's Bob Pisani and Jeremy Hill, Affinity Investment Advisors principal, break down today's anemic volume and lag in the stock market.

  • Dividends pay big in 2014

    CNBC's Jeff Cox takes a look at the high level of S&P companies expected to be paying dividends this year. Total dividends are projected to hit $353 billion in 2014.

  • Earnings season kicks off with uncertainty

    Chris Whalen, Carrington Investment Services managing director, and Chris Konstantinos, RiverFront Investment Group director of international portfolio management, look ahead to the 2014 earnings season and discuss if concerns about a disappointing Q4 are legitimate.

  • Sirius shareholders stand to gain

    CNBC's David Faber digs into the details of Liberty Media's offer to buy the rest of Sirius XM and if it's a good deal for shareholders.

  • 10 things 'not' to buy in 2014

    AnnaMaria Andriotis, MarketWatch, shares her list of 10 things consumers can do without this year that will save them time and money.

  • Closing Bell Exchange

    Discussing where to find value in the market and if gold can rebound, with Erica Coogan, Moss Adams Wealth Advisors; Anthony Chan, Chase; Gregg Zeoli, Empire Asset Management; and Ron Muhlenkamp, The Muhlenkamp Fund.

  • 3 to Watch: TCS, TWTR, MU

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis looks at three stocks to watch going into tomorrow, including the Container Store, which has more than doubled its initial $18 price; Twitter was hit today after a Morgan Stanley downgrade; and Micron Technology reports after the bell.

  • Rocky start; US is recovering: Pro

    Discussing current market trends, and where the market can go from here, with Tom Lee, JPMorgan, and David Lutz, Stifel Nicolaus.

  • FMHR Final Trade

    The FMHR traders reveal their final trades.

  • Meijer CEO prevents NFL blackout

    Hank Meijer, Meijer CEO and co-chairman, helped the city of Indianapolis avoid a blackout of the Colts NFL playoff game by purchasing 1200 tickets and donating them to local military families.

  • What happened to the rally?

    CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at what's causing the markets to lag this morning and highlights economically sensitive stocks as well as which sectors are weak.

  • European markets rally

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs reports on all the market moving events in Europe today, including gains for the Italian bank, and the jump in the Spanish economy.

  • Demystifying bitcoin mining

    Jon Steinberg, president and chief operating officer of BuzzFeed, unveils a bitcoin mining rig he built himself.