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  • US stock market reacts to Ukraine

    CNBC's Dominc Chu explains how turmoil in Ukraine lead to a big swing in the Dow.

  • Pisani: Ukraine headlines cause market dip

    CNBC's Bob Pisani discusses how the aggression in Ukraine is influencing the U.S. stock market.

  • No official police presence in Kiev

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports Secretary of State John Kerry told Russia it's important not to inflame the situation in Ukraine's Crimea region. Ad hoc military has taken control of the country.

  • Ukraine's fugitive president still talking tough

    Ousted Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych says he was not overthrown but forced to flee under threat of his life, and a Russian-speaking gunman has seized two Crimean airports, reports NBC News Correspondent Jim Maceda.

  • Mobius: Good time to invest in Brazil and private Chinese companies

    Mark Mobius, Templeton Emerging Markets Group, discusses why he thinks there are investment opportunities in Brazil, and why he expects to hear a lot of "bad news" about China but still sees profit opportunities in private companies there.

  • Yanukovych 'ashamed' not able to maintain stability

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera has the latest details from ousted Ukrainian President Yanukovych's press conference.

  • Awaiting Yanukovych press conference

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera shares her recollections of touring former President Yanukovych's palace and reports the ousted leader believes he is still president of Ukraine.

  • Brave new frontier: Investing in Ukraine

    Despite the unrest in Ukraine, this could be a good entry point for investing, says Michael Bleyzer, Sigma Bleyzer president and CEO, weighing in on the risks and potential rewards of investing in Ukraine and the surrounding region.

  • Ukraine, keep your eye on the ball: Expert

    The important thing is for Ukraine to get financially and politically stabilized, says William Taylor, former US ambassador to Ukraine, sharing insight on the struggles facing Ukraine's new government and what the next six month should look like.

  • Russia denies involvement in Crimea

    Russia says its forces were not involved in seizing two airports in Ukraine's Crimea region, reports NBC's Jim Maceda.

  • Ukraine: Tensions in Crimea escalate

    Tensions in the Ukrainian region of Crimea escalated further on Friday morning after the two local airports were seized by armed men, NBC's Jim Maceda reports.

  • What is happening in Thailand?

    Joseph Liow, Associate Dean at S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, analyzes latest developments in Thailand and weighs comments about the embattled Southeast Asian country becoming the next Ukraine.

  • Russian position collapsed in Ukraine: Pro

    Don Jensen, Center for Transatlantic Relations, David Goldman, Macrostrategy president, discusses Russia's involvement in Ukraine's turmoil.

  • Vladimir Putin attends a meeting outside Moscow on February 26, 2014.

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the government to consider humanitarian assistance to the Russian-speaking region of Crimea.

  • Ukraine hemorrhaging money, needs help: Pro

    Business Insider's Michael Kelley discusses coming important events, including an IMF visit to Ukraine. CNBC's Jeff Cox weighs in.

  • Ukraine needs to eradicate corruption: CEO

    Lena Minitch, CEO of Ukraine High Technology & YPO member argues that she was forced to flee Ukraine due to corrupt tax authorities & discusses what the new government needs to do to boost growth.

  • IMF's Lagarde: Team is on way to Ukraine

    CNBC's Scott Cohn reports the IMF is sending a team to the Ukraine to meet with the interim government to see if they require bailout assistance.

  • Turmoil in Ukraine

    Ukraine's acting president is warning Russia against any military aggression in Crimea and suspected pro-Russian gunmen seized a regional governmental headquarters and parliament in the area. NBC's Jim Maceda reports.

  • How to get a job at Google: Friedman

    Thomas Friedman, The New York Times foreign affairs columnist, discusses his takeaways after interviewing Laszlo Bock, Google's head of human resources. Google doesn't put a lot of stock in GPAs and to some extent college degrees now, the company cares about what you do with what you know, says Friedman.

  • When you 'win' Ukraine, you win a bill: Friedman

    Thomas Friedman, The New York Times foreign affairs columnist, discusses the economic and political toll of helping a country like Ukraine.