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Starwood's CEO Frits van Paasschen has resigned, reports CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin. Director Adam Aron will be the interim CEO.
NBC News' Jay Gray reports on the big business of Mardi Gras from New Orleans, despite colder weather this year.
Boeing is trading at all-time highs. Kenneth Herbert, Canaccord Genuity, discusses the risks associated with trading the stock.
Mujtaba Rahman, Eurasia European analyst, thinks the risk of "Grexit," or Greece exiting the euro zone, is small.
The Weather Channel's Jen Carfagno reports how the latest snowstorm is affecting the Southeast.
Discussing the potential market reaction as the Greek deadline approaches, with Len Tannenbaum, Fifth Street Asset Management, and Kathy Lien, BK Asset Management.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports Greece's leaders have been told they have until Friday to apply for an extension of the current bailout program.
When many think about innovation, big tech names may come to mind. However, Warby Parker is stealing a march on them.
Do any stocks move around Valentine's Day? It may be a cliche, but chocolate sales are good news for chocolate giant Hershey's.
The New York Time's Andrew Ross Sorkin announces the passing of his friend and colleague David Carr, last night.
The US market rally continued Friday as US stocks kept rising on European numbers and easing China regulations.
Glenn Hutchins, North Island chairman, weighs in on whether it's too late to invest in the tech space as the Nasdaq hits a 15-year high.
David Dorman, CVS Health non-executive chairman, discusses the upside of CVS's healthy sales record and the outlook on health care costs.
CNBC's Rick Santelli has the latest trade numbers.
If the Federal Communications Commission adopts controversial net neutrality rules, expect lawsuits, AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson tells CNBC.
"We're at a high level, but a reasonable level," said venture capital and private equity pioneer Glenn Hutchins, who also cited a big reason to stay invested in stocks.
Randall Stephenson, shares his thoughts on how regulation will shape the future of his company.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan travels to the Lone Star state to get a first-hand look at how low crude prices have impacted oil-producing states.
Paul Jacobs, Qualcomm executive chairman, weighs in on the settlement as the company refocuses on its business model. Also Jacobs shares his thoughts on smartphone innovation. There are s a lot of good things coming, says Jacobs.
Glenn Hutchins, North Island chairman, discusses the state of the U.S. economy, markets and interest rates amid a lagging wage environment.
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