The GOP argument against lifting the Cuba embargo is flawed, says Kabir Sehgal.
Initial public offerings are at a standstill in the U.S.
What's it like in the market as investors factor in Fed policy, with John Augustine, The Huntington Trust chief investment officer, and Eric Schoenstein, Jensen Quality Growth Fund co-portfolio manager.
"Shovel Buddies" stars traditional actor Bella Thorne and digital star Kian Lawley. Can it find a mainstream audience?
The unicorns have got to prove themselves, says Alan Patricof, Greycroft founder, discussing the conundrum facing many startups wanting to go public but with uncertain valuations.
Mark Mahaney of RBC Capital Markets, shares his top tech stock picks, and discusses what some believe are the waning days of television.
Jim Cramer looks at how far stocks have come since the Haines bottom, and how some of the winners could have been spotted.
Discussing Disney CEO Bob Iger's views on ESPN going direct-to-consumer and the future of streaming and digital media with Jason Calacanis, CEO & Founder of Inside.com.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer goes off the charts with Tim Collins to determine once and for all if investors should be worried about the death of the cable industry.
Carter Worth, Cornerstone Macro, explains why it may be time to sell some big tech names because "FANG" stocks about to loose their bite.
Is valuation actually beginning to matter?
JPMorgan's Doug Anmuth reiterated his "overweight" ratings on the FANG stocks in a note to clients Monday.
High growth tech names known as the FANG stocks are in sell-off mode, with Mary Ann Bartels, Merrill Lynch Wealth Management head of portfolio strategy, and the FMHR traders.
Brent Lang, Variety Magazine, and Neil Doshi, Mizuho research analyst talk about Netflix's strategy to spin out more original programming.
Original programming content is the key to Netflix's success, notes Martin Pyykonen, senior research analyst at Rosenblatt Securities.
The Options Action team shares their final call of the day.
Fade or trade? Options Action's panel discusses the stocks you love to hate and how to play Netflix.
The new "House of Cards" season is out, and about 5 million people may watch the first episode this month.
U.S. stock futures were higher this morning, ahead of the 8:30 a.m. ET release of the government’s February jobs report.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on one of Netflix's big success stories and how the series helped boost the stock and increase competition in the original content space.