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Singaporeans to spend less this Lunar Year?

Singapore's consumers might be less willing to spend during Lunar New Year festivities in the Year of the Monkey. CNBC's Pauline Chiou has more.

Aggression-induced emission : How it works

Benzhong Tang from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, explains how he developed an AIE fluorescent material dyes cancer cells, making them easier to track.

Lenovo Earnings

Lenovo's smartphone business is not a sustainable source of growth for the Chinese company, says Nam Hyung Kim, MD of Arete Research Asia.

Oil needs to stabilize

Indicators that a global recession is not impending and oil market stability could give the markets a lift, says Jim Paulsen, chief investment strategist at Wells Capital Management.

Salesforce CEO: The key to extraordinary growth

Mad Money host Jim Cramer speaks to the CEO of Salesforce, who reveals how his company has grown so fast and where it's headed in the future.

HK Property

Peter Churchouse, author of the Churchouse Letter, explains why Hong Kong's property sales are set to decline another 15 percent in the next 12 months.

Final Trade:

The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.

General Motors Q4 Earnings

General Motors is strong from a bottom-up perspective, but market sentiment has been weighing heavily on the auto industry, explains David Whiston from Morningstar.

US Economy

Jim Awad, MD at Plimsoll Mark Capital, says the Fed might have to take some steps back as external growth slows dramatically.

Just how many views will the Super Bowl reach?

Clark Hunt, Kansas City Chiefs CEO, discusses the global audience the Super Bowl will reach this year and how streaming models can help expand viewership.

Can FitBit finally see its stock turn? Mad Money host Jim Cramer sits down with James Parker, FitBit CEO, to discuss all aspects of the company.

At what point does a stock like Intel become too cheap to ignore? Mad Money host Jim Cramer takes a closer look at the company with Brian Krzanich, Intel CEO, to find out more about how his company is doing and where it's headed.

Dreyfuss on playing Madoff

Kelly Evans speaks with Richard Dreyfuss & Blythe Danner about playing Bernie Madoff in the ABC miniseries, "Madoff."

Sumner Redstone

The "Fast Money" traders give you 5 trades in the media sector following Sumner Redstone's departure from Viacom.

Cramer Remix: Don’t be stupid—buy this stock

"Mad Money” host Jim Cramer instructed investors to ride along with this stock.

Opportunity in European banks: Lasry

CNBC's Seema Mody highlights an opportunity in European banks flagged by Avenue Capital CEO Marc Lasry.

A pedestrian passes a CVS store in New York

CVS is Rich Saperstein, HighTower Treasury Partners CIO's best idea.

A deployed airbag is seen in a 2001 Honda Accord at the LKQ Pick Your Part salvage yard on May 22, 2015 in Medley, Florida. The largest automotive recall in history centers around the defective Takata Corp. air bags that are found in millions of vehicles that are manufactured by BMW, Chrysler, Daimler Trucks, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru and Toyota. (

CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports that Honda will recall certain CRV, CRZ, Fit, Insight, and Ridgeline models for defective airbag inflators.

Cashin:

There's a lot of strange things going on here, says Art Cashin, of UBS, talking with CNBC's Bob Pisani about the spike in oil prices and the drop in financials.

Advertising touchdown?

CNBC’s Julia Boorstin takes a look at what companies are paying sky high prices for Super Bowl ads.

January ISM nonmanufacturing index: 53.5

CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the ISM non-manufacturing index reading for January came in weaker than expected.

Warren Buffett of cannabis: Why you should invest in weed

Investment banker and president of Electrum Partners Leslie Bocskor explains why now is good time to invest in the legal marijuana industry.

Pisani's market open: European bank issues

CNBC's Bob Pisani looks a what's moving the market today, including dovish comments by New York Fed President Bill Dudley, and troubles at Deutsche Bank and European banks moving to the downside.

EasyJet founder opens 36-cent easyFoodstore

The founder of the European low-cost airline opens up a discount food store in North West London.

Yahoo CEO: Many ways to separate Alibaba

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer discusses the potential for the separation of the Alibaba stake.

Gilead shares pop 2% on earnings beat

Gilead Sciences Q4 EPS beat analysts' expectations, reports CNBC's Meg Tirrell.

Toyota recalls 320,000 SUVs for safety issue

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BP, Exxon Mobil reveal carnage of falling oil

CNBC's Morgan Brennan dives into the latest results from BP and Exxon Mobil.

Too late to avoid a global recession: Pro

Cuttone & Company's Keith Bliss and Urban Wealth Management's Rene Nourse discuss the possibility of a global recession.

Big banks weigh on the market

CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the day's market action, including a tough day for big banks.