One of the final season’s main plot lines involves a reporter using the terminal to chase down who is behind a hostile takeover attempt involving her network’s parent company AWN. Deals are dramatic!
So this got very awkward, very quickly.
Then awkwardly backtracks: “Oh dear, was that an error?”
The CNBC anchor takes our Q&A!
As part of its 25th anniversary celebration this year, the news outlet is trying to pick the top CEOs for a program called “CNBC First 25.” The25 CEOs will be chosen with the help of an advisory board from a list of 200 nominees.
America’s Talking, a prelude to MSNBC run by Roger Ailes, was THE BEST CABLE NEWS NETWORK THAT EVER EXISTED.
Big changes are ahead after another management overhaul of the financial news outlet’s TV operation. Problem is, no one is really sure what they are — or where they stand.
The guts and the glory. The joy and the agony. Relive it all without actually having to watch cable news.
The company’s news and interactive units are developing a digital programming service to be distributed on mobile phones, tablets, game consoles, and over-the-top TV distribution systems.
Here’s a handy and fun outline to fill in and use to play along with the activist investor as he wages battles on company after company.
Here’s Jon Stewart’s righteous rage against Wall Street and news coverage of it from last night’s The Daily Show.
When will you be on CNBC again? #inflation
Twitter isn’t for the general public — not yet at least. And it’s becoming an increasing important issue as it heads towards its IPO.
Billionaire hedge fund manager Carl Icahn took a big $1 billon stake on Apple. He may end up winning even if he fails to get the company to increase its dividend or share buyback program.
Maybe J.C. Penney can go on the Shark Tank.
Activist investor and board member Bill Ackman sent a letter expressing his frustration with the CEO search, according to a report from CNBC’s Scott Wapner.
Big-name money managers, including Jim Chanos, let investors in on their next big investment idea. The talk was part of the CNBC Institutional Investor “Delivering Alpha” event in New York.
Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, loves two things: using aggressive tactics like wiretapping to take down white collar criminals and making occasionally corny (but sometime hilarious) jokes. Here are some of his best.
The credit ratings agency is currently facing off with the U.S. Department of Justice in a California court over the quality of its ratings.
Doug Kass was one of the most prominent and prolific market tweeters. But he left today, driven out by what he claims are “too many haters.”
This is the week the business media went crazy for Tesla and its founder Elon Musk.
Nicole Lapin stars in the latest commercial from Allstate.
A lot has happened since Mark Zuckerberg took Facebook public in one of the biggest tech IPO’s of all-time a year ago today. Not all of it has been good.
It looks like talking about the fiscal cliff every ten minutes is starting to take its toll over at CNBC
CNBC’s Tea-Party-starter was asked what he thought of Paul Ryan’s not-so fiscally conservative votes during his time in Congress. His answer? “You take what we can get.”
When reporting on Dick’s Sporting Goods, you should never forget the “Sporting Goods” part.
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Oops. Intrade is the online prediction market that follows everything from stocks to box office openings to presidential candidate prospects (it’s basically online gambling). Here’s a snapshot of Rick Perry’s standing immediately after his debate meltdown.
Rick Perry at the GOP debate can’t remember his own talking points when coming up with the third department of government he would eliminate. “Oops.”—Former Presidential Candidate Rick Perry