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Robert Derrington, Managing Director & Senior Research Analyst, Telsey Advisory Group, discusses the problems faced by Chipotle in the wake of the company's E.coli issues.
Hedge fund titan David Einhorn has been short on Keurig stock. CNBC's Kate Kelly looks at how well, or not, that's worked out.
Michael Rapino, CEO & President, Live Nation, discusses his company's expansion into promoting events, managing artists and running e-commerce platforms.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports the Justice Department is investigating the Chicago Police Department. And Italy's Mt. Etna erupts in Sicily.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the oil market's close, live from the floor of the NYMEX.
John Bellows, Portfolio Manager at Western Asset, and Komal S. Sri Kumar, President at Sri-Kumar Global Strategies, discuss whether the Fed will hike and what's likely to happen after it does so.
'Iron' Mike Tyson, former heavyweight boxing champion of the world, shares his thoughts on handling money for young successful people.
'Iron' Mike Tyson, former heavyweight boxing champion of the world, talks about the change in the boxing's popularity.
Devon acquires, NXP merges, GE pulls plug
CNBC's Meg Tirrell talks to the CEO of Global Blood Therapeutics, which has been hit today after disappointing data from its new sickle cell treatment. CEO Ted Love explains what's next for the company.
David Hannah, Executive Chairman, Reliance Steel & Aluminum, on why copper and aluminum are taking a hit.
Jason Gammel, Jefferies, discusses whether investors should be looking to play big oil stocks right now.
'Iron' Mike Tyson, former heavyweight boxing champion of the world, speaks with CNBC's Robert Frank about the peak of his net worth and his fall to bankruptcy.
Standard & Poor's Managing Director Diane Vazza weighs in on problems in the bond market and what it could mean for the broader market.
Weak signs in the junk bond market could be signaling dangers ahead, CNBC's Senior Market Commentator Mike Santoli reports.
Jensen Investment Management Manager Robert Zagunis and Permanent Portfolio Funds President Michael Cuggino discuss energy's drag on the market and a year-end rally.
Investor Carl Icahn raised his buyout offer for Pep Boys to $15.50 a share, reports CNBC's Dom Chu.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera highlights big election wins from opposition parties in France and Venezuela.
CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses bond prices, yields, and ETFs as the Fed signals a rate hike.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley weighs in on Yahoo's problems and what the company must do to turn itself around.