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Dubai opens world's largest indoor theme park

To counter plunging oil revenues, theme parks across the Middle East are scheduled to open. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi reports.

Working less could help save the planet

Here’s how taking longer weekends could increase your productivity and help save world energy.

Trudeau China

The former government was ambivalent about China, focusing on human rights issues instead of a strategic focus, says Ryerson University's Jeremy Kinsman.

Samsonite Earnings

Consumers are becoming more fickle but Samsonite Chairman Tim Parker is betting on future earnings growth from the brand's recent purchase of Tumi.


Foreign direct investors are attracted by Vietnam's advantages compared to China, such as lower wage rates and young workforce.


Jim Cramer eyes a healthcare stock that should remain in favor on Wall Street.

America's rocket-building binge

A new generation of entrepreneurs and billionaires are using their ideas and fortunes to push the boundaries of space exploration. CNBC's Jane Wells reports on these new opportunities.


As Asean leaders gather in Laos for their annual summit, the focus will be on the group's relationship with China amid the South China Sea controversy.

Millennial Train

Millennial Trains Project arranges cross-country trips for young innovators so they can discuss key issues impacting society, explains founder Patrick Dowd.

Forget the mom van, car buyers are thinking of their dog too

Almost 70 percent of dog-owners think about their pets' comfort when shopping for cars, according to Autotrader.

We took a ride down Hong Kong's pop-up water slide

It's the second year that this annual water slide is making it to Hong Kong's central business district.

Rep. Doggett on drug industry: We need more transparency

Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-Texas) discusses the EpiPen pricing saga and his views on greater price gouging in the drug industry with the "Fast Money" traders.

Kansas City Fed President on the record

CNBC Sr. Economics Reporter Steve Liesman speaks with Kansas City Fed President Esther George to discuss inflation, markets and Fed policy.

Instagram Violinists

The String Social violinists Min Lee, Chloe Trevor, Drew Alexander Forde tell CNBC how they gained a large following on Instagram.

Media.Net Takeover

Ad-tech company Media.net's CEO Divyank Turakhia tells CNBC why the $900 million acquisition deal by a group of Chinese investors made sense.

Cyber Crime

FireEye SVP Grady Summers shares findings from a latest report showing that Asia Pacific firms are not sufficiently prepared for data breaches.

Morris: Hillary should close down the Clinton Foundation

Discussing the state of the Clinton campaign amid the Clinton Foundation and email controversies, with Dick Morris, "Armageddon: How Trump Can Beat Hillary" co-author and former Clinton White House Advisor.

The 1% market

Margie Patel, Wells Fargo Funds, and Craig Hodges, Hodges Capital, discuss the current state of the markets, including their take on Mylan and the biotech sector. CNBC's Meg Tirrell also reports that senators are asking Mylan for more information on EpiPen pricing.

Cramer Remix: Why housing means good things for the economy

Jim Cramer on how home sales reaching highest levels since 2007 could be good news for the overall market.

Baltic SGX

Baltic Exchange CEO Jeremy Penn says there is great future opportunities for the Baltic Exchange with the SGX deal.

SGX Baltic

The deal makes sense because SGX's fastest-growing business is in commodity derivatives, shares SGX's Head of Derivatives Michael Syn.

Tim Cook and Steve Jobs in 2007.

Grading CEO Tim Cook, five years after he took over the world's most valuable company.

Duterte Era

De La Salle University's Richard Heydarian says the Philippines' president is under pressure to deliver on promises to be tough on crime and shake-up bureaucracy.

Cramer Remix: Make no mistake, this move is bullish

Jim Cramer addresses Wall Street’s haters with an unapologetic response.

China Taiwan

Relations between China and Taiwan may have soured but the two have been careful not to go too far, says Rupert Hammond-Chambers, Bower Group Asia MD.

SEEK Earnings

Seek CEO Andrew Bassat tells CNBC about some of its new product offerings such as temporary staff hires and talent search.