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Michael Grimm is sentenced to eight months in prison; and an armored truck spills thousands of dollars in cash on roads in Maryland, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
CNBC's Bob Pisani reports on market leaders outside of tech and biotech.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on YouTube's growing empire and why it is important to Google.
Megan McGrath, MKM Partners, shares her outlook for housing stocks. McGrath projects the quality of buyers and financing to be improving and first time home buyers to increase.
CNBC's Diana Olick reports June housing starts data.
Susan Wachter, University of Penn professor, weighs in on the single family household market and home buyers.
After quitting a well-paying job as a Venture Capitalist, Michelle Lam starts a bra company.
U.S. investors are not shying away from purchasing foreign equities despite the unfolding debt crisis in Greece.
Global risks facing investors.
Government just can't be trusted to spend our money wisely, and the poor in Chicago learn that the hard way.
Active fund managers may be having their best year since the financial crisis, but investors don't seem to care.
Google shares added $65 billion in market cap on Friday, easily setting the record for a one-day gain.
John Elway denies contract collusion rumors, supports NFL Commissioner Goodell in live interview on CNBC's Power Lunch.
Apple is up 7 percent this week, and according to one technician, the rally is just getting started.
Former NFL star Joe Theismann weighs in on the Iran deal, the Redskins team name, 'Deflategate' and stocks.
Robert Luna, Surevest Wealth Management; Stephanie Link, TIAA-CREF; and Colin Gillis, BGC Partners, react to Google's earnings beat.
Colin Gillis, a technology analyst at BGC Partners, reacts to Google's earnings beat.
Google is reporting EPS of $6.99 adjusted on revenues of $17.73 billion, with CNBC's Jon Fortt. Aggregate paid clicks are up 18 percent since last year.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testifies before the Senate, about the risks of tightening rates too soon. The labor market is getting demonstrably closer to a more normal state, Yellen says.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen testifies before the Senate, answering to what level federal regulation impacts market liquidity.