Based on his research of historical stock market valuations, Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller tells CNBC it's a "risky time."» Read More
Richard LeFrak, The LeFrak Organization, and Jeffrey Soffer, Turnberry Associates, discuss their development venture in Miami and the impact of a strong dollar on real estate.
Grover Norquist, Americans for Tax Reform, discusses Jeb Bush's refusal to sign the no-new-taxes pledge, and weighs in on the benefits of not raising taxes.
Regeneron CEO Leonard Schleifer talks about an FDA panel's approval of Sanofi-Regeneron's new cholesterol-lowering drugs.
Mark Yusko, Morgan Creek Capital CIO, says airline stocks are cheap at these levels and weighs in on the best tech play out there.
Mark Yusko, Morgan Creek Capital CIO, shares his thoughts on interest rates, and the outlook on the markets.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports summer is on the way but there are a couple of sectors that have gone cold.
Gary Burnison, Korn Ferry CEO, discusses the results of a latest survey which found as many as 67% of executives have postponed or cancelled vacation plans in the past year due to demands at work.
Andrew Cupps, Cupps Capital Management Company, provides key takeaways from Tesla's annual shareholders' meeting and weighs in on Elon Musk's next move and Tesla's battery business.
In tonight's new episode of CNBC's "Consumed," Daniel races to fix his flagship location, Michael begins a new chapter, and Rohini prepares to re-launch her struggling New York location.
On this day in history, in 1858 work begins on the Transatlantic Cable, Saab produces its first car in 1947, and in 1948, Chuck Yeager exceeds the speed of sound in the Bell XS-1.
Barton Crockett, FBR Capital Markets senior analyst, discusses shareholders' approval of a stock split and how new content deals impact the bottom line.
U.S. equity markets may not have much more room to run in 2015, David Kostin told CNBC.
Wheels Up, which sponsored American Pharoah and has Serena Williams as a brand ambassador, scored a double win this weekend.
Major averages are not near correction, but several interest-rate sensitive sectors are showing signs of weakness.
Kenny Dichter, Wheels Up co-founder and CEO, discusses his sponsorship deal with Triple Crown winner American Pharoah and snagging top brand ambassador Serena Williams. Also Dichter shares insight on taking private flights.
CNBC's Jim Cramer shares his thoughts on Apple's future, why Lululemon is not out of the woods yet, and the outlook on the media sector.
AOL chairman & CEO Tim Armstrong talks about Arianna Huffington's role at the Huffington Post after the Verizon deal closes, and the impact of unbundling on the consumer.
Low interest rates and concerns about future litigation are no reason to turn a blind eye to bank stocks, Dick Bove tells CNBC.
Pier Carlo Padoan said Tuesday is no way Italy will follow in Greece's footsteps if it does leave the euro zone.
Tim Armstrong on Tuesday said AOL's content brands were always part of merger talks with Verizon, offering a rebuttal to reports to the contrary.
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