U.S. Business Day Power Lunch


  • McClendon's approach to business

    Bethany McLean, Vanity Fair says Aubrey McClendon was "under an inordinate amount of pressure," in discussing his mounting financial pressures, and the U.S. indictment against him.

  • Republican presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) (L) is given a tour of Globe Manufacturing by President and CEO Don Welch before holding a town hall event with employees February 3, 2016 in Pittsfield, New Hampshire.

    Economy is slow, but not dying.

  • financial bubble NYSE

    Deflationary tides are lapping the shores of countries across the world and financial bubbles are set to burst everywhere, Vikram Mansharamani, a lecturer at Yale University, told CNBC on Thursday.

  • Gold bullion bars and coins.

    Gold rose over $1,250 an ounce on Thursday as the dollar eased and equity markets retreated.

  • A one kilogram gold bar sits on top of silver bars.

    Silver tends to do what gold does, only more so. But this year, it hasn't been able to keep up the pace.

  • Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO of JP Morgan Chase.

    JPMorgan chief Jamie Dimon also tells CNBC that concerns remain about the pace of U.S. economic growth, but there are reasons for optimism.

  • Job cuts

    Layoffs by U.S. companies eased in February from January, but were higher than last year, Challenger, Gray & Christmas reports.

  • An Iraqi man checks the authenticity of a 25,000-dinar bill.

    The militant group Islamic State (ISIS) could be making up to $25 million a month in Middle Eastern money markets, according to experts.

  • Ted Schlein

    In the high-stakes battle between security and privacy, there's no winning — but there should be cooperation, one venture capital says.

  • A daily morning look at the financial stories you need to know to start the day.

  • A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Market watchers rounded up to talk about the impact the next POTUS will have on the markets.

  • Cramer: McClendon had ideas for energy independence

    CNBC's Jim Cramer explains former Chesapeake CEO Aubrey McClendon's impact on the shale and natural gas industries, after McClendon was killed in a car crash on Wednesday.

  • AELP: We are proud of McClendon's legacy

    American Energy Ltd. Partners releases a statement about its founder and former Chesapeake CEO Aubrey McClendon who was was killed in a car crash.

  • Looking into McClendon indictment

    CNBC's Scott Cohn discusses former Chesapeake CEO Aubrey McClendon's indictment on Tuesday ahead of the news McClendon was killed in a car crash.

  • Cramer: McClendon was larger than life

    CNBC's Jim Cramer and Kate Kelly talk about Aubrey McClendon, former CEO of Chesapeake Energy, after the news McClendon was killed in a car crash.

  • Fmr. Chesapeake CEO killed in car crash

    Former Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon, was killed in a car accident early on Wednesday in Oklahoma City, as announced in a police press conference.

  • Analyst: Oil production is starting to fall

    Discussing the talk surrounding Saudi Arabia possibly seeking out a $10 billion loan and the outlook for the energy sector with Amrita Sen, Chief Oil Analyst at Energy Aspects Ltd.

  • Why oil turned around

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports as oil seesaws through the day after the Department of Energy report and news about Saudi Arabia possibly seeking a $10 billion loan.

  • CNBC update: Sports Authority files for bankruptcy

    CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including Marco Rubio casting his early ballot in Florida; students returning to class at a school in Ohio less than 2 days after a student opened fire in the cafeteria; Whole Foods recalling blue cheese due to Listeria risk; and Sports Authority filing for bankruptcy after missing a $20 million debt payment.

  • Target meets with analysts

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan spoke with Target CEO Brian Cornell before the company holds their annual financial community meeting.

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