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  • Digital stories all 'show' biz

    Scott Dadich, Wired, and Carlton Cuse, writer discuss the future of storytelling on social media.

  • A summary judgment opinion issued Wednesday in a Federal Trade Commission case against Amazon is the latest example of what these routine deletions cost the public. As my Reuters colleagues Diane Bartz and Dan Levine reported, U.S. District Judge John Coughenour of Seattle determined that Amazon is liable to the parents of children who bought items like "a...

  • Earning front and center not oil: Pro

    Talley Leger, Fundstrat, weighs in on what's driving the rally despite dropping oil prices. Also Talley makes a case for buying in the tech and industrial sectors.

  • The breakdown: Josh Brown's 401k advice

    In a new segment called "The Breakdown," FMHR trader Josh Brown discusses the key differences between retirement investing versus trading.

  • Teaching children about money

    Certified financial planner Thomas Henske of Lenox Advisors says the onus is on parents to educate their children about financial literacy.

  • Biotechs rally back

    Discussing which biotechs may have been oversold in the selloff, with Michael Yee, RBC Capital biotech analyst.

  • Gundlach: Concerned about redemptions in bond ETFs

    Doubleline's Jeffrey Gundlach thinks global growth is subpar, saying he's concerned about redemptions in bond ETFs. Mark Kiesel, PIMCO, provides perspective.

  • Global recovery continues: Scott Wren

    Discussing confidence in the economy amid a rocky selloff, with Scott Wren, Wells Fargo strategist.

  • What investors should do now?

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson advises investors to stick with their investment plan.

  • Insurance giant's play on millennials

    Life insurance giant Northwestern Mutual has bought financial planning start-up LearnVest. LearnVest's founder and CEO Alexa von Tobel and Northwestern Mutual CEO John Schlifske, discuss the integration of the financial planning software.

  • Judith Rodin – Rockefeller Foundation President, Board Member: Comcast & Citigroup.

    Organizations and even individuals need to stop "looking in the rearview mirror" at the latest black swan event, said author Judith Rodin.

  • With hurricane season just around the corner, extreme weather outbreaks may put disaster preparedness and recovery plans to the test.

  • Tax refund warning

    The government has a new way to seize old debt you may or may not owe.

  • Financial Planning for 2014

    More than half of Americans lack a rainy day fund in case of financial emergencies. Now is the time to get a handle on your money and your future.

  • How to become 'Financially Fearless'

    Alexa Von Tobel, LearnVest founder and CEO, discusses how investors can learn to take control of their money and gain access to financial advice for a yearly subscription fee.

  • Building a Strong Financial Foundation: Credit Card Debt

    January marks the beginning of a month-long series giving the steps you need to take to build a strong financial foundation for 2014.

  • UPS should focus on operations: Pro

    Eric Dezenhall, crisis management consultant for Dezenhall Resources, says UPS should focus on operations for next year, not apologies.

  • Managing an athlete's millions

    Discussing the current market conditions, and managing athlete's money, with David Emma, HighTower Masterson, and Jay Pandolfo, 15-year veteran of the NHL.

  • Women on boards

    Andrea Wong, president of international for Sony Pictures TV and Sony Pictures Entertainment, discusses how a woman can improve decision making in a board room, and an opportunity for women in e-commerce.

  • Making Charitable Donations Count

    The average American donates around $2,500 per year to charity, but if you don't give wisely, not much of that money will make it to those in need. Kelli Grant offers tips in order to make that donation count.