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A fire broke out at the GE Appliance Park in Louisville, Kentucky, this morning.
Discussing sluggish growth in wages, and what a new economy could look like, with Andy Stern, Columbia's Richman Center; Mark Zandi, Moody's Analytics; and Kevin Hassett, American Enterprise Institute.
Counting down to March jobs data, with Kevin Hassett, American Enterprise Institute.
The final season of AMC's "Mad Men" kicks off Sunday night. Josh Sapan, AMC Networks and CEO, explains why the show is coming to an end, what he thinks makes "Mad Men" a hit.
Discussing the strength of the U.S. economy, and his jobs forecast, with Jan Hatzius, Goldman Sachs. CNBC contributor Alison Deans pf AA Deans Advisory, weighs in. Hatzius blames a slow U.S. economic recovery on the housing and credit crisis.
Iran and global powers finally agreed to an initial framework for a deal to curb Iran's nuclear program. Michael Singh, Washington Institute, weighs in on reports by the Tehran Times saying Iran's key nuclear facilities will not be stopped, shut down or suspended.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, is working to fix the high tech skills gap with its program "Code Louisville." Mayor Fischer explains how people can get trained to code.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports on the framework of a nuclear deal between Iran and world leaders. The Iranian FM received a "hero's welcome," and Israeli PM Netanyahu is calling the deal a "historic mistake." John Harwood, provides perspective.
Discussing the data-driven Fed, and when interest rates could go higher, with Jim O'Sullivan, High Frequency Economics chief U.S. economist; CNBC contributor Alison Deans pf AA Deans Advisory; and CNBC's Steve Liesman
Trian Fund's Nelson Peltz tells CNBC that Yale professor Jeffrey Sonnefeld's "work was just a bit faulty."
Management expert Jeffrey Sonnenfeld is going after activists investors. But Trian's Nelson Peltz is firing back.
Fully self-driving cars may be a decade away because of legal and regulatory hurdles, Delphi's automotive chief technology officer says.
Apple could reward shareholders with a big dividend or buyback in April. Daniel Ernst tells CNBC those payouts are not the reason to own the stock.
The pace of job cuts in the United States slowed significantly in March following two consecutive months of downsizing in excess of 50,000 positions.
Mike Dee, San Diego Padres CEO, discusses the league's attempt to speed up the pace of major league baseball games.
The car never gets distracted even when the driver is, says Jeff Owens, Delphi CTO, discussing the technology behind the epic hands-free drive across the country from San Francisco to New York City.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on unemployment and trade. And Jim Iuorio, TJM Institutional Services, provides market perspective.
Tim Russi, Ally Financial, weighs in on the health of auto financing after a recent jump in subprime loans.
I wouldn't rule out a correction, says Larry Kantor, Barclays head of research, providing his outlook on U.S. stocks and presenting a bullish case for investing in Europe and Japan.
Nicole Miller Regan, Piper Jaffray managing director, provides her thoughts on how a wage increase is likely to impact McDonald's bottom line.
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