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Huffington vs Trump

Arianna Huffington explains why she thinks the media should stop covering Donald Trump like a "conventional presidential candidate." And will.i.am, singer-songwriter, shares his thoughts on how voters can make sure their voice counts.

Oil supply manager: Downturn is 'catastrophic'

Jill Potts, Summit Oilfield Supply, explains how dark things have gotten in the oil supply business.

Chances of a recession

CNBC's Rick Santelli and Richard Farr of Merion Capital Group discuss whether a recession is near.

Will Wall Street 'like' Facebook's earnings?

CNBC's Landon Dowdy provides a preview of Facebook's quarterly report where Instagram is expected to be the story of the year for the social media company.

Trump to skip Fox debate

NBC's Tracie Potts reports presidential candidate Donald Trump will not be at Thursday's Republican debate as he picks up momentum heading into Iowa.

Trading dovish Fed meeting

The "Worldwide Exchange" crew takes a look at what happens to the markets during easy money days.

Fed will hike first, cut later: StanChart

Standard Chartered's Mike Moran explains why he predicts the Fed will hike interest rates again, before cutting rates at the end of 2016.

Has Apple seen the end of its heyday?

Doug MacKay, CEO and CIO of Broadleaf Partners, tells why he sold Apple two months ago.

Cramer: Buy the railroads if the Fed says this...

Mad Money host Jim Cramer says the railroad stocks could be back on track, and thinks they are ready for buying the Fed says this.

Cramer: Charts predict S&P bounce will end soon

Mad Money host Jim Cramer goes off the charts to look at the recent rebound of the S&P 500. Should investors use caution right now?

Cramer: Yellen could cause job losses

Jim Cramer shared his take on Apple's latest earnings report, and what investors can expect from its humongous cash hoard.

Final Trade: Golar LNG, Bank of America, & more

The Fast Money traders share their final thoughts on quarterly results from Apple.

Apple's Q2 will be its most challenging: Analyst

Angelo Zino, equity analyst at S&P Capital IQ, explains why iPhone sales growth will be difficult to achieve.

Options Action: The bet on gold

A bullish bet on gold with CNBC contributor Dan Nathan.

Carl Icahn calls for more drastic action at AIG: DJ

Carl Icahn calls for more drastic action at AIG according to Dow Jones. CNBC's Seema Mody reports the details.

Tim Cook's bullish outlook

CNBC's Josh Lipton receives statements from Apple CEO Tim Cook about his take on Apple's quarterly results and business in China.

Apple CEO Cook earnings call: Our huge accomplishments

Apple CEO Tim Cook makes statements regarding Apple's quarterly results, noting the company's generated record revenue. Cook also discusses China, foreign currency, and economic conditions.

6 Ways to play Apple earnings

The "Fast Money" traders give their 6 best ways to play Apple's earnings.

Despite earnings beat, did Apple really disappoint?

Estimize SVP Christine Short, Mashable's Lance Ulanoff, and Re/code's Edmund Lee discuss Apple's latest earnings beat.

Apple's quarter was as bad as I expected: Pro

AlphaOne Capital Founding Partner Dan Niles discusses Apple's latest earnings beat.

Apple beats earnings expectations despite iPhone sales miss

CNBC's Josh Lipton reports the results of Apple's latest quarter.

Gundlach slams the Fed

Speaking at the Inside ETF conference Monday, Jeff Gundlach had some harsh words for Fed chair Janet Yellen.

Upside surprises in store for Apple

Some Apple watchers say the tech titan lost its shine but Cathie Wood, CEO of ARK Invest says there's still plenty to be excited about.

More bad news from investor who called $30 oil

Mark Yusko, founder and CEO of Morgan Creek Capital Management, says a recession is coming 'as sure as the sun rises.'

Obama pushes to expand retirement savings

President Barack Obama will propose measures to help Americans save for retirement.

Architects plan the world's tallest building

AMBS Architects are designing the world's tallest building in the south of Iraq.

Facebook's troubles in India

The tech giant is trying to convince Indian regulators to lift a ban on its Free Basics program.

Faber Report: Debt questions at Sprint

CNBC's David Faber reports on Sprint's earnings and wonders whether a restructuring plan is in the company's future.

GoDaddy founder: Take risks for success

Bob Parsons says unconventional approaches, like GoDaddy's irreverent ads, are key to a company’s success

Cramer's stocks to watch: 'It's been a bear market'

Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell.

El-Erian: Key issues to investors

Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz chief economic adviser, shares his final thoughts on oil, Fed policy and the market.