Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman and CEO, weighs in on Elon Musk's ability to make delivery on the 400,000 electric car orders. And Jackson shares his thoughts on the Takata airbag recall delays.
The weakening dollar as well as strengthening oil and junk bonds point to a real stock pop, Fundstrat's Tom Lee tells CNBC.
Prince is believed to have stashed thousands of recordings, but it remains to be seen who will take control of them.
Caterpillar reports earnings that fell short of expectations, and lowers its midpoint 2016 revenue outlook.
AutoNation's Mike Jackson tells CNBC the company missed earnings estimates because of "epic, biblical hail storms" last month in Texas.
McDonald's is back, and apparently all it took was a few extra Egg McMuffins.
GE's organic revenue fell 1 percent, raising questions about the company's full-year revenue target.
The creator of a new index that tracks stocks based on social media convos says it has outperformed the S&P 500 for the past 3½ years or so.
Christopher Farley, Wall Street Journal, and John Sykes, iHeartMedia, discuss the life and death of music icon and legendary artist Prince.
There's no question it's going to be a contested convention, says Dave Agema, Michigan RNC member, talking about turmoil over delegates within the Republican National Committee and why there's likely to be a brokered convention in July as a growing feud develops between front-runner Donald Trump and the RNC over the delegate process.
Keith Siegner, UBS restaurant analyst, sifts through Starbucks quarterly results which came in light on revenues and in line with Street estimates.
Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman and CEO, discusses the company's quarterly results and weighs in on the overall "challenging" energy environment.
Jeffrey Cruttenden, Acorns co-founder, explains how the company's investment app helps millennials take their spare change and build investment portfolios.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera talks about her first impressions on her trip to Iran. This country is very eager for foreign investments now that sanctions have been lifted, she says.
I'm positively surprised, says Jack De Gan, Harbor Advisory parsing the numbers on General Electric's quarterly results and sharing his thoughts on the industrial giant's growth strategy. Probably the crown jewel there is the aircraft engine business, says De Gan.
Joe Zidle, Richard Bernstein Advisors, and Jason Pride, Glenmede Investment Strategy, share their outlook on the markets and weigh in on where they are seeing investment opportunities. We see the next leg of this bull market as earnings driven, says Zidle.
There was a lot of noise on the Street yesterday, says Youssef Squali of Cantor Fitzerald, breaking down Alphabet's quarterly results. I think Alphabet can do a better job of providing more insight and more explanation for what the numbers mean when we ask them.
Among the events that happened on this day in history, in 1970 the first "Earth Day" was observed.
Electric and gas utilities are beginning to report, and analysts I have spoken with have indicated that the warm winter didn't help any of them.
June 23rd is decision day in the United Kingdom.
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