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New York City is "something else", says Rohini Dey, Vermilion Restaurant owner, discusses the cutthroat restaurant business in the Big Apple.
Today's acquittal of the former IMF chief closes four years of legal drama.
Hal Scott, Harvard law professor, shares his thoughts on Mary Jo White's leadership at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. I'd grade her performance an A+, says Scott. Also Scott weighs in on Elizabeth Warren's "tendency to make personal attacks."
On this day in history, in 1839 the first organized baseball game is play, President Reagan delivers his "tear down this wall" speech in 1987, and in 2009, television signals switch from analog to digital.
Hans Vestberg, Ericsson president & CEO, discusses the growth of data usage as mobile mania sweeps the globe. And Vestberg weighs in on data plan pricing.
Twitter needs someone who is product focused, says Nomura Securities' Anthony DiClemente, sharing his thoughts on what's ahead for the social media company.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the fallout at Twitter after the departure of CEO Dick Costolo.
Biotech in a bubble?
May retail sales were in line with expectations, but this has been a very uneven year for retail equities.
The real reason payroll giant ADP blocked HR start-up Zenefits from accessing its systems is fear, Zenefits co-founder and CEO Parker Conrad tells CNBC.
Greece is going to default on its debt obligations in the next 30 days, because Europe is "fed up," says Southwest Securities' Mark Grant.
The US will experience secular stagnation due to demographics and the nature of the recovery, economist Russell Price says.
Tim Love, CNBC's "Restaurant Startup," discusses the remarkable growth in fast casual restaurants, and the new trends in dining. Fresh is key, says Love.
ADP is scared, says Parker Conrad, Zenefits co-founder & CEO, discussing the defamation lawsuit ADP has filed against his company.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest unemployment and retail sales numbers, and takes a look at import prices. And CNBC's Steve Liesman and Jim Iuorio, CNBC contributor, add perspective
Architects in the Netherlands designed one of the coolest McDonald's in the world; it features a grand spiral staircase and a golden facade.
Charles Rotblut, American Association of Individual Investors, weighs in on the pulse of the individual investor as pessimism surges to its highest level in nine months.
David Blitzer, S&P Dow Jones Indices, weighs in on what's prompting the jump in mortgage applications as fears rise that interest rates will move higher and home prices lift.
Corinna Freedman, BB&T Capital Markets, weighs in on Nike's new contract with the NBA and its competition with Under Armour.
CNBC's Diana Olick takes a look at homes that are in the foreclosure process but banks haven't closed on them yet.
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