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  • "Work Hard. Fly Right" was the motto of Continental Airlines. However, as of Saturday morning, all Continental flights fly the friendly skies as United Airlines flights instead, per the companies' 2010 merger agreement.Even the most iconic brand can plunge into extinction, and when it does, it can be years before the buying public realizes that it's gone. Many people are still not aware that they can no longer fill it to the rim with Brim, or that the streets are no longer paved with bargains at

    Some brands make such an impression that the notion of them dissolving is unthinkable. Click ahead to see iconic brands that have vanished.

  • Fed can't do it alone: Fink

    We need to have more governmental policy, says Larry Fink, BlackRock CEO & chairman, sharing his thoughts on how to put the economy back on track though tax reform and infrastructure programs. There has to be a public/private type of combination, says Fink.

  • Larry Fink's long-term market view

    There is a huge pool of money that needs to be put to work, says Larry Fink, BlackRock CEO & chairman, providing his thoughts on investing in stocks and bonds.

  • No consistent US policy on Iraq: Fink

    Larry Fink, BlackRock CEO & chairman, shares his thoughts on the crisis in Iraq.

  • Fink sees shortage of educated labor

    Larry Fink, BlackRock CEO & chairman, shares his thoughts on the job market. There are pockets were employers are finding it more difficult to hire people and that is causing fragmentation, Fink says.

  • ECB action  will push equities higher: Fink

    Larry Fink, BlackRock CEO & chairman, shares his thoughts on central bank policies, equity valuations and inflation. I believe we are going to have higher trending inflation in the United States versus Europe, says Fink.

  • Fed more aggressive now than 2012: Fink

    Larry Fink, BlackRock CEO & chairman, shares his thoughts on Fed policy and its impact on the economy.

  • JPMorgan was again ranked the top investment bank by revenue in the first quarter with $5.9 billion, according to a new survey.

  • The New York attorney general’s office is expected to announce that Capital One has agreed to change its use of the largest database, ChexSystems.

  • Lloyd Blankfein

    Stocks are calm, but investors need to be vigilant against complacency because it can lead to upheaval in the market, Goldman Sachs CEO tells CNBC.

  • Chief executive officer of Moelis & Co., Ken Moelis (C), smiles after ringing the bell to mark the company's IPO on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, April 16, 2014.

    Ken Moelis, CEO of the investment bank Moelis & Co., thinks corporate boards should stand firm against activist investors.

  • This bank's "sins" are 6 to 8 years old and the good things are all coming, value investor Bill Smead tells CNBC.

  • Thomas Peterffy talks high-frequency trading

    Interactive Brokers' CEO and one of the top 50 richest Americans Thomas Peterffy expects the Fed's easy-money policy to continue unless the economy improves. He says if the market doesn't move, market makers like him don't make money, commenting on the anemic trading volumes.

  • What are Islamic investors looking for?

    Ahead of the 5th World Islamic Banking Conference in Singapore, Nicholas Kaiser, Chairman & CIO at Saturna Capital discusses which companies he likes.

  • Jon Corzine testifies at a Capitol Hill hearing on Dec. 15, 2011.

    Jon Corzine's ambition exceeded what the now-defunct MF Global brokerage could handle, private equity titan J. Christopher Flowers tells CNBC. But Flowers still considers Corzine a friend.

  • Shaquille 'Shaq' O'Neal, former National Basketball Association (NBA) player.

    Shaquille O'Neal is used to talking about high-profile, pricey trades as a broadcaster, but he got a crash course in a different kind of trading.

  • Investment banking's golden era ... over?

    CNBC's Jeff Cox discusses the statements made from Morgan Stanley's CEO, James Gorman, regarding the era of investment banking.

  • Citigroup will not webcast its annual meeting next week in St. Louis, in a move one analyst called "ridiculous."

  • Challenging quarter for big banks: Expert

    Gerard Cassidy, RBC Capital Markets, provides a sense of what to expect when banks begin to report quarterly earnings on Friday. The industry is in much better shape than people realize, says Cassidy, explaining why he likes the growth play on Citi.

  • The Fed said it rejected Citi's capital plan over worries about how it would fare in a financial crisis, but not everyone is sure that's the only reason.