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  • Cramer's Mad Dash: Hess slides

    Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open, including Hess Corp. and conditions for energy companies in the oil patch.

  • Today's Bell Ringer, February 5, 2016

    Today's bell ringers are NeoPhotonics President and CEO Timothy Jenks, at the NYSE, and chicken wing concept restaurant chain Wingstop CEO Charlie Morrison, at the Nasdaq.

  • Stock quotes and silhouette of a bear

    After the U.S. economy created just 151,000 jobs in January, CNBC's Jim Cramer provides perspective on the health of stocks right now.

  • A Kohl’s department store in Jersey City, New Jersey.

    Lower gasoline prices have not boosted retail spending as much as investors would expect, says CNBC's Jim Cramer.

  • PepsiCo gears up for Superbowl

    PepsiCo is sponsoring the Super Bowl 50 halftime show. Seth Kaufman, PepsiCo chief marketing officer, and Ram Krishnan, Frito-Lay chief marketing officer, discuss the exciting opportunity for the company's brands, and rumors about Bruno Mars in the show.

  • Santelli Exchange: Central bankers' role

    CNBC's Rick Santelli speaks to Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group, about the role of central banks. Boockvar says "central bankers have no humility."

  • Rep. Duncan on Shkreli: Never seen such arrogance

    Former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli was escorted from a drug price hike hearing after pleading the Fifth Amendment. CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports on comments by Rep. John Duncan (R-Tenn.) on Shkreli's what he calls "arrogance."

  • Faber Report: Shari Redstone battling Viacom

    CNBC's David Faber reports Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman is likely to be named Viacom Chairman, according to sources.

  • Bear tracks on the Street

    CNBC's Steve Liesman looks back on bear markets and recessions in history, and the correlation between the start of a recession.

  • Dollar down 3% this week

    Discussing the selloff in the U.S. dollar, with Brian Jacobsen, Wells Fargo Advantage Funds, and Bart Melek, TD Securities.

  • Nat gas inventories down

    CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports on natural gas inventories.

  • CNBC update: Playboy ends totally nude photos

    Government advisors say it is ethical to test a new fertility technique that would create embryos from the DNA of 3 people; and Playboy Magazine's first issue without fully nudge photos is hitting the stands, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • Shkreli tweets after pleading Fifth

    Former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli has tweeted after being excused from a drug price hearing on Capitol Hill. He says "it is hard to accept that these imbeciles represent the people in our government."

  • Drug prices debate

    CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports from Capitol Hill, where former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli's invoked the Fifth Amendment at a drug price hike hearing.

  • Rep. Gowdy to Shkreli's attorney: You wil be seated

    Former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli pleads the Fifth Amendment before Congress, and Shkreli's Attorney Benjamin Brafman attempts to address Congress.

  • Attorney: No disrespect, just 'nervous energy' by Shkreli

    Former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli's Attorney Benjamin Brafman speaks to the press after Shkreli was excused from a House panel hearing.

  • Jim Cramer on Brafman's attempt: My breath is taken away

    Martin Shkreli's Attorney Benjamin Brafman attempted to address Congress in a hearing on drug price hikes, in which he was told to be seated. CNBC's Jim Cramer weighs in.

  • Martin Shkreli excused from hearing

    Former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli is escorted out after pleading the Fifth Amendment in his testimony before the House Oversight Committee hearing on drug price hikes.

  • Cummings to Shkreli: You could change the system, are you listening?

    Rep. Elijah Cummings presses former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli on Capitol Hill, as he testifies before the House Oversight Committee hearing on drug price hikes, invoking the Fifth Amendment.

  • Martin Shkreli, former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals LLC, is sworn in before a House Oversight and Government Reform hearing on "Developments in the Prescription Drug Market Oversight" on Capitol Hill in Washington February 4, 2016.

    Former Turing Pharmaceuticals CEO Martin Shkreli testifies before the House Oversight Committee hearing on drug price hikes, invoking the Fifth Amendment.

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