Don Mattrick’s move from Microsoft to Zynga has been widely criticized as jumping from one sinking ship to another, but some in the money matters business think the hiring could prove a major factor in reversing the direction of the social …
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On most cable newscasts, the people who are writing new financial regulations are called congressmen, Brian Stelter writes in The New York Times. But on “The Dylan Ratigan Show” on MSNBC, some are called “banksters.” That term, a …
Kroger Co.’s stock jumped Tuesday morning, with much of the move during and just after he talked on business news network CNBC about Kroger’s positioning in the wake of Amazon.com’s deal to buy Whole Foods Market. Filled with …
NEW YORK — Even when it's play money, some people can't help themselves. They cheat. CNBC may have to confront this reality, one of the risks faced by companies that sponsor games for customers and, more to the point, for people …
Former BuzzFeed executive Jon Steinberg’s effort to create a Web-based “CNBC for millennials” is going behind a ... airing interviews and commentary from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. On Monday, Mr. Steinberg will debut a …
Maria Bartiromo, the stock-market reporter and anchorwoman for CNBC, opened her hourlong television interview earlier this month with Sanford I. Weill, the chief executive of Citigroup, with an unusual disclosure. She told viewers that she …
In the final round of the CNBC contest, Dondero saw nice gains on picks of BioProgress (BPRG), a British pharmaceutical company, and Hanarotelecom (HANA), a Korean telecom company, which both trade on Nasdaq (NDAQ). On a typical …
If Jim Rogers is right, the worst stock market crash that any of us has ever seen is right around the corner. For the past 15 years, Rogers has been a frequent guest …
NEW YORK – CNBC said Friday a waitress who has never bought a stock won the business news channel’s much-hyped $1 million stock-picking contest, after several contestants were disqualified for violating the game’s rules. Mary Sue …
That was Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin telling CNBC on Thursday morning that, yes, of course President Trump …
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