A veteran digital and television journalist, Michelle Fox writes articles for CNBC.com and acts as a liaison between the website and CNBC television shows.
Prior to joining CNBC.com, she spent years on the broadcast side of the business, including an earlier stint at CNBC. Fox has also worked at MSNBC, Court TV and WCBS-TV in New York, where she earned an Emmy award for anticipated breaking news coverage.
Wells Fargo is "growing at a slower rate" in the wake of the fake accounts scandal, CFO John Shrewsberry says.
Heritage Capital's Paul Schatz doesn't expect momentum to power the Dow higher once it hits 20,000.
Donald Trump didn't address tax reform in his news conference, and that means cuts may be slow to come, Henrietta Treyz says.
There is still headline risk in the market, and all industries are subject to Donald Trump's whims, Keith Bliss says.
Trump is calling the allegations about Russian-information gathering on him "fake news" and one former CIA analyst is backing him up.
Investors rushed into bonds and safe haven assets during the Obama administration, and they are still unwinding that, Steve Grasso says.
There's been a notion that investors will flee the bond market and move into stocks. However, Vanguard's Tim Buckley isn't buying it.
The issue of drug pricing is important, but studies have to be done to find ways to combat diseases, Merck CEO Ken Frazier says.
"We will continue to do the right thing for IBM," CEO Ginni Rometty said on Monday. She's also advocating for "new collar" jobs in tech.