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 will have a bumpy road ahead, but the rough times probably won't last too long, analyst Chris Kotowski says.
If you are worried about political risk in 2017 and 2018, you need to take a Democratic sweep into account, Jimmy Pethokoukis says.
Despite some warnings about expectations, earnings growth is going to start to accelerate, Bespoke Investment Group's Paul Hickey says.
With no rate hike by the Fed, the risks to the economy have gone up "appreciably," former Dallas Fed Advisor Danielle DiMartino Booth says.
Twitter is getting more interesting, legendary investor Mario Gabelli told CNBC on Tuesday. But he really likes live entertainment.
If CBS and Viacom merge, CBS CEO Leslie Moonves should be given five years to turn around the company, Mario Gabelli says.
Diversification usually means stocks and bonds, but both could take a hit when yields rise, JPMorgan's Dubravko Lakos-Bujas says.
There isn't enough fuel in the tank to respond to a recession right now, Larry Summers says.
Clinton is ahead in an analysis of electoral votes, and it probably won't change enough to give Trump a win, Larry Sabato says.