CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports Johnson & Johnson expects to see $6 billion in sales potential from its new devices and projects five $1 billion consumer brands by 2020, including Listerine, Neutrogena and Johnson's Baby.
CNBC'S Phil Lebeau takes a look at long lines and security clogs at our nation's airports as the TSA prepares to handle a surge in summer travelers.
Ajay Chopra, Trinity Ventures weighs in on why not all on-demand companies are doing so well with many firms failing before making it out of the gate.
It's a good report but not as good as the headline numbers suggest, says Brian Nagel, Oppenheimer & Company, breaking down Lowe's quarterly results. Also Nagel reexamines Home Depot's quarter but reiterates his positive outlook on the home improvement space.
Drew Matus, UBS, and Chris Retzler, Needham Growth Fund, share their expectations on Federal Reserve policy ahead of the FOMC meeting and reveal where they are seeing investment opportunities.
Didi Chuxing President Jean Liu talks about Apple and the huge market potential for the Chinese ride-sharing service. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.
Among the events that happened on this day in history, in 1951 the United Nations moves its headquarters to New York City.
The market has underestimated the Federal Reserve's ability to hike rates this year, Jeff Rosenberg says.
Kate Spade has a new last name, Valentine, and a new company, Frances Valentine. But the design motivation that made her a household name has not changed.
Many people enter negotiations with the goal of securing a "yes," but Christopher Voss says eliciting a "no" is essential.
Sen. Rob Portman tells CNBC that Ohio Gov. John Kasich would make a good running mate for Donald Trump.
The oil market is likely to remain choppy this year, but crude prices will probably end 2016 just $5 or so higher, Tamar Essner says.
Home Depot reported a 9 percent rise in quarterly sales, saying that inconsistent weather drove demand across the board.
Crude prices are trading at six-month highs and giving oil services stocks a boost. Tamar Essner discusses his outlook on oil prices.
CNBC's Jim Cramer weighs in on what drove markets higher on Monday and hatred for Apple.
Comedian Scott Aukerman, talks about the changing landscape of comedy and how comedians brand themselves, grow audiences, and cultivate jokes in the digital age.
Glenn Hubbard, Columbia University dean provides perspective to Donald Trump's bid for the GOP nomination, and weighs in on what changes need to take place to solve economic growth stagnation.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on housing and consumer prices. And CNBC's Steve Liesman and Diana Olick provide insight to the housing market.
Rana Foroohar, "Makers and Takers" author says forty years of bipartisan policy changes has led to stunted growth in the U.S.
Doug Dachille, AIG chief investment officer talks about the hedge fund market and the reallocation of his company's portfolio.
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