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.
With political drama finally weighing on the market, investors need to brace for more volatility ahead, David Schiegoleit told CNBC.
More consumers are shifting online in pursuit of loans, and one of LendingTree's fastest-growing segments is small-business loans, CEO said.
Volatility may pick up in the market, but to think there will be a crisis like the one in 2008 is the height of hyperbole, Brian Levitt said.
The market is reaching new highs, but there may be trouble ahead if Trump's agenda doesn't go as planned, Mark Spellman told CNBC.
Department stores have to rethink their businesses and look at opportunities to buy innovation, David Strasser told CNBC.
The Trump administration needs to get all the facts on Comey's firing and get them out fast, former Vice President Dan Quayle said.
There is low volatility now, but it will spike again — perhaps when the Fed starts to shrink its balance sheet, Liz Ann Sonders said.
There are some great investment opportunities right now, but not necessarily in the U.S., portfolio manager Brian Singer told CNBC on Monday.
While sometimes people have to look harder to find value in the market, Cliff Robbins told CNBC he's not having any trouble finding new ideas.
Now is the time to upgrade the quality of your holdings, Heartland Financial's Nancy Tengler told CNBC.