Former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker discusses the implications of the data hacking attempt the IRS reported Tuesday night.» Read More
Ahead of Q4 Twitter results, Jason Ware of Albion Financial is bullish on the platform and not worried about user growth, but Rob Sanderson of MKM Partners believes falling user engagement is a real risk to the stock.
Height Analytics director of research Trevor Hanger, discusses the longevity of Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign compared to Hillary Clinton, and how much Iowa and New Hampshire really matter.
Oil settled at $27.45 a barrel for the day, after production in the U.S. dropped slightly, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.
Centers for Disease Control predicts Zika virus cases may surge in Puerto Rico and other U.S. territories, New Jersey governor Chris Christie is expected to drop out of the presidential race, extreme weather as seen from the International Space Station, and a record number of hopefuls applied to be in Harvard's class of 2020. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
Kimco Realty CEO Conor Flynn shares his view of the health of consumer spending in the U.S., and strategies to bringing in more shoppers.
After an attempted data hack at the IRS, former head of security at Bank of America and former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker, discusses how the U.S. can do a better job of protecting data.
The IRS reported a serious data hacking attempt Tuesday night, but says the attack was halted and no taxpayer data was lost, with CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Insight to the declines in bank stocks this week, and his recommendation in the subprime space, with Eric Wasserstrom, Guggenheim Partners managing director and senior financials analyst.
Bob McNally, The Rapidan Group founder, thinks oil prices go even lower in the short-term, saying we have a "bust first, before a boom."
Discussing pressure on media stocks Viacom and Disney, and whether to bet on each company's pipeline, with Tuna Amobi, S&P Capital senior equity analyst.
Following the first day of Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen's testimony, CNBC contributor Ron Insana explains how negative rates may come into play to put money into the economy.
Just how dire are market forecasts getting? What to do with your money in a concerning trading environment, and an election year, with Brad McMillan, Commonwealth Financial, and Robert Luna, SureVest Wealth Management.
Republicans ready for South Carolina primary in the race to the White House; China confirms its first case of Zika; U.S. customs seize 2,400 made-in-China hoverboards, and Burger King announces new menu item. CNBC's Sue Herera reports.
CNBC's Rick Santelli takes a macro view on bond prices and yields, after Janet Yellen's testimony and the 10-year note auction.
Discussing the Street's concerns about production and demand of the Model X at Tesla, and the company's cash strategy, with Colin Rusch, Oppenheimer managing director.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports on demand in the auction of 10-year notes; and CNBC's Steve Liesman and Ellen Zentner, Morgan Stanley economist, provide perspective on the action in yields after Yellen's testimony.
Reacting to Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's testimony, is Ellen Zentner, Morgan Stanley economist, and CNBC's Steve Liesman. Zentner says the Fed will "never see eye to eye with the markets."
CNBC's Steve Liesman recaps comments by Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen on the fed funds rate and the potential for negative interest rates.
Gold is gaining the favor of some long-time skeptics. Here's why.
After Bernie's victory in New Hampshire, it's time we said "sorry" to millennials, says Jake Novak.