I think we're moving into the recovery phase, says Dan Yergin, IHS Markit vice chairman, sharing his thoughts on oil and why prices could drift higher in the next five to six years as demand rebounds.
Kevin Hassett, American Enterprise Institute, and Aaron Klein, Brookings Institution, debate which presidential candidate provides the better economic proposals, including tax reform.
Raj Shanmugaraj, Acacia Communications CEO breaks down the company's blowout quarter and shares his outlook on growth and explains how incorporating two technologies keeps the company ahead of the competition.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan looks back on the lucrative career of Alex Rodriguez to see if he was worth the money he was paid.
When you layer in the presidential election signals, the markets are behaving in a fairly predictable manner.
Minority-owned businesses are on the rise and they are major contributors to the US economy. CNBC reporter Kate Rogers reports on the trend and notes the cities attracting a lot of start-up activity.
Inventories are finally under control, says Stacey Widlitz, SW Retail Advisors, providing insight to the retail sector as earnings show better-than-expected quarter results.
Rich Steinberg, Steinberg Global Asset Management, and Lou Brien, DRW Trading Group, share their thoughts on the market's bull run and how investors should be allocating their positions. We think the market needs a pause here and investors should be focusing on risk, says Steinberg.
Among the events that happened on this day in history, in 1969 the Boston Celtics were sold for $6 million.
Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren delivered a long-awaited jolt to Wall Street, when he admitted the U.S. has too much retail space.
Republican candidate Donald Trump said the U.S. is being taken advantage of by other countries, and the biggest "abuser" is China.
Wal-Mart's proposed acquisition of Jet.com will help differentiate the world's largest retailer from the competition, Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren says.
The United States has almost five times more retail space per person than France, Japan and the U.K.
Donald Trump tells CNBC he would renegotiate trade deals like NAFTA, and that he is not an isolationist although he may be viewed as one.
Donald Trump defends himself on CNBC against criticism that he had suggested the use of violence against Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump tells CNBC it's possible he may lose the election.
Macy's will shutter 100 locations to focus on its best-performing stores, as it tries to reinvigorate its business.
CNBC's Jim Cramer likes what he sees retailers doing to take back their share of the market, and weighs in on Shake Shake's contentious call.
Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson, says he is optimistic he will get to the 15-percent needed to be part of the presidential debate. Also Johnson talks about his party's platform, including tax reform, entitlement reform, and balancing the federal budget, which would include reducing military spending. And Johnson weighs in on his stance to legalize marijuana.
CNBC's Steve Liesman checks the facts and figures on Donald Trump's economic plan.
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