U.S. Business Day Street Signs


  • Chinese cybercrime suspected for years: Pro

    The U.S. Justice Department has filed its first ever cyber-espionage charges against five operatives from a Chinese military operation known as "Unit 61398." Marc Zwillinger, ZwillGen founder, provides perspective.

  • Physician staffing issue

    Radiologist Eric Schnipper provides insight to the increase in usage of Veteran hospitals, and the shortage of physicians.

  • Pfizer's final bid rejected

    $117 billion was not enough for AstraZeneca. CNBC's Meg Tirrell looks at Pfizer and AstraZeneca's stocks.

  • Next big takeover

    CNBC's Herb Greenberg plays a game of "deal or no deal" and rounds up potential next takeover targets.

  • Consumer squeeze from gas prices

    Gasoline prices are going up, and wages are not, explains Komal Sri-Kumar, Sri-Kumar Global Strategies.

  • Technology will get a hit: Sri-Kumar

    What investors should focus on, as well as avoid right now, with Komal Sri-Kumar, Sri-Kumar Global Strategies.

  • Gas prices fall

    Discussing the reality of the tight gas market, and where prices are headed, with Dan Dicker, MercBlock.

  • Tony Crescenzi

    Pimco's Tony Crescenzi said the Federal Reserve will only raise rates to 2 percent, and not until mid to late 2015.

  • 'Best way' to create systemic poverty

    Jeff Snider, Alhambra Investment Partners, says the growth in auto and student loan debt are the best ways to create systemic poverty in the U.S.

  • Hot summer homes: Seaside Sanctuary vs. Coastline Condo

    In this edition of Million Dollar Homes, CNBC's Dominic Chu and Diana Olick compare two spectacular summer homes. Super broker Dolly Lenz shares her top pick.

  • Women of the c-suite

    CNBC's Mary Thompson reports the highest paid female CEO is Lockheed Martin's Marillyn Hewson. A look at how other female leaders compare.

  • Was NHTSA too slow to act?

    General Motors will pay a $35 million fine, but critics say NHTSA also acted slowly. CNBC's Phil LeBeau provides insight to the debate.

  • Fed's Bullard says Fed should start rate hikes Q1 2015

    Tony Crescenzi, PIMCO executive vice president, does not expect a rate hike in the first quarter of next year.

  • JC Penney 'doesn't look like going broke': Pro

    JC Penney shares jumped on a very strong earnings report Thursday night. Jan Kniffen of J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide, doesn't see a bankruptcy risk for the company.

  • Multi-family data a positive?

    CNBC's Diana Olick reports on single family and multi-family home starts, and why many dismiss the multi-family number.

  • US the best?

    Discussing which economic data is driving the market, with Dan Greenhaus, BTIG, and Bryan Piskorowski, Wells Fargo Advisors.

  • Kathy Ireland says 'women try to do it all'

    Entrepreneur Kathy Ireland, CEO of Kathy Ireland Worldwide, discusses her $2 billion brand, and the difference between men and women in business, at The Forbes Women's Summit.

  • General Motors recall tab

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the total number of recalls from General Motors.

  • Look at Wal-Mart's e-commerce biz

    Wal-Mart saw its fifth-straight quarter with stagnant or negative growth for U.S. same-store sales. CNBC contributor Jan Kniffen said Wal-Mart's business mirrors America's economy, and its e-commerce business is outpacing Amazon's.

  • Cisco 'spun the quarter': Herb Greenberg

    CNBC's Herb Greenberg says Cisco has a tremendous amount of stealth inventory that's backing up its supply chain.

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