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CNBC's Steve Liesman, talks with U.S. veterans about the healing impact of fishing.
CNBC's Robert Frank takes a look at the second leg of the Triple Crown and what a win would mean for the Kentucky Derby winner.
Universal Health Services CEO Alan Miller, discusses the evolution of the nation's health care system, the impact of the Affordable Care Act, and why primary care physicians should get more reimbursement from insurance companies.
Obamacare has failed to deter emergency room visits because many patients still have no other choice, says Universal Health Services' Alan Miller.
With the stock market trading at or near all-time highs, the chief U.S. equity strategist Deutsche Bank tells CNBC he would not chase this rally.
The Mortgage Bankers Association expects new home sales growth to be flat in April, a sign of a weak housing recovery.
Late SurveyMonkey David Goldberg embodied the idea of the tech disruptor, the company's executive chairman, Zander Lurie, tells CNBC.
Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute CEO, provides perspective on President Obama's meeting with Persian Gulf leaders over concerns about talks the United States is having with Iran.
CNBC's Steve Liesman and celebrity chef Tom Colicchio, join up at the tri-state area's largest catch and release fishing tournament to talk cooking and conservation.
Brad Griffith, Gametime CEO, and Jeff Mallett, former Yahoo COO, talk about a new ticketing app that allows consumers to buy last-minute seats to sporting events.
David Bianco, Deutsche Bank, and Jonathan Golub, RBC Capital Markets, provide perspective on stocks as investors await the timing of the Fed's first rate hike.
We're actually lowering our forecast, says David Stevens, Mortgage Bankers Association CEO, sharing the outlook on housing and weighing in on the mortgage rate game.
Phil Racusin, EnergyFunders CEO, discusses why his company is financing drilling opportunities in small oil.
Erica Hill, NBC News, reports on a new condition - "nomophobia" (no-mobile-phone phobia) - that affects some smartphone users when they are separated from their devices.
Michael Santoli, Yahoo Finance, weighs in on Avon's bogus takeover bid, Shake Shack's big day, and Apple powering the Dow.
Edward Lawrence, NBC News reports the Gulf countries are upset about a possible deal the United States is brokering with Iran.
On this day in history, in 1951, AT&T becomes the first corporation to have one million stockholders, in 1990, Van Gogh's "Portrait of Doctor Gachet" sold for $82.5 million, and Apple announces plans to operate a chain of retail stores in 2001.
Phil Orlando, Federated, says he's impressed the market was still able to move sideways despite headwinds and thinks the markets will quietly rally into the second half of the year. Also Orlando explains why German bunds are rising.
The "King of Blues" passed away in his sleep at his home in Las Vegas, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso Cabrera.
Fake filing causes headaches
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