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Discussing the Federal Reserve's idea of raising interest rates as the economy improves, with Robert McTeer, former President of Dallas Fed; Steve Moore, The Heritage Foundation chief economist; and CNBC's Rick Santelli.
Blake Nordstrom, president of Nordstrom, discusses with Mad Money host Jim Cramer how its "four-box grid of services" including full-line store base, e-commerce, Rack business, and an online off-price business enables the customer to shop on their terms.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz joins Mad Money host Jim Cramer in Seattle to discuss how its partnership with Oprah Winfrey will help its Teavana business. Schultz also weighs in on revenue and technology.
The idea of rising interest rates shocked the stock market today. Mad Money host Jim Cramer says long-term it's a positive sign. Rates rise as the economy does better.
Comments from Janet Yellen are likely to keep traders jittery as the Fed chair raised the possibility of an earlier-than-expected increase in interest rates.
Barry Schneider, Loyal3 chairman, president and CEO, discusses how the Loyal3 trading platform grants early IPO access to retail investors.
First Solar soars despite Goldman Sachs downgrade to sell in January. "Fast Money" trader Josh Brown calls the move a "clowngrade."
CNBC's Jane Wells reports Jordan Belfort is legally passing on his secrets to closing deals by using "ethical persuasion."
Mariano Lozano, The Dannon Company CEO, discusses how the rising prices of dairy impacts business. Lozano says innovation drives yogurt consumption.
The "Fast Money crew discusses Starbucks valuation.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the $1.2 billion settlement for Toyota's unintended acceleration issues in over 10 million recalled vehicles. FM trader Dan Nathan weighs in.
Colin Gillis, BGC Financial, discusses how the maturing smart phone market has stunted Apple's growth.
The "Fast Money" traders discuss how the Federal Reserve's decision to cut its bond purchases by $10 billion impacted today's market activity.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. The Fed stays the course, but equities sell off and crude stays flat. Gold was down for the third straight day and copper prices popped in the afternoon.
Discussing Wednesday's market selloff on the Fed's hint of a rise in interest rates, with Greg Sarian, HighTower managing director; Quincy Krosby, Prudential Financial market strategist; and CNBC's Bob Pisani.
Discussing Janet Yellen's statement that there could be a 6 month gap before rate hikes after bond buying begins, with Former Fed Governor Mark Olson; Matthew Slaughter, Dartmouth College; Diane Swonk, Mesirow Financial; and David Zervos, Jefferies.
Discussing the impact Janet Yellen's statement on interest rates had on the stock market, with Fed Governor Mark Olsen; Matthew Slaughter, Dartmouth College; Diane Swonk, Mesirow Financial; David Zervos; and CNBC's Steve Liesman.
CNBC's Jeff Cox explains how the market reacted to the recent Fed meeting.
CNBC's Seema Mody looks at three stocks to watch tomorrow, including KB Homes, which beat on earnings today; Starbucks, which is holding its shareholder meeting, and Guess, which beat, but gave a disappointing outlook.
CNBC's Steve Liesman asks Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen to clarify the committee's anticipation of a lower than normal unemployment rate once it hits 5.4 percent.