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CNBC Prime Debuts New Reality Series Competition CROWD RULES Tonight
Broadway World
CNBC Prime announces the next series to be added to their primetime line-up. CROWD RULES, a New York studio-based reality competition series from Embassy Row and executive produced by Michael Davies, will premiere tonight, April 30th at 9PM ET/PT ...
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Dow Chemical CEO: 1Q Results Show World `Stabilizing' -CNBC -
Dow Chemical Co. ( DOW ) Chief Executive Andrew Liveris said the company's first-quarter results, which showed a profit increase of 28% on better margins and expense controls, are reflective of aworld economy "stabilizing," with improving economies in ...
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Maria Shriver returning to NBC News as special anchor
Reality TV World
The Journalist, author and former California first lady's reports will also appear on NBC News cable channels CNBC and MSNBC and on NBC Sports, the network said. She'll also ... Reality TV Worldnow offers Facebook Comments on our stories. To post a ...
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Golden Arches Across The World
McDonald's (NYSE: MCD) CEO Don Thompson spoke exclusively on CNBC's Squawk on the Street Friday morning about the state of the fast-food giant and its position in various markets around the globe. In the U.S., McDonald's sales show a level of ...
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Yahoo! Expands Content Deal With ABC News, CNBC At 'NewFront'
Last night Yahoo! held its “NewFront” event at the Best Buy Theater in Times Square, and the digital media company announced expanded content deals with its two big TV news partners, ABC News and CNBC. ABC, of course, has a major deal with the company ...
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Europe Should Weaken Its Currency: Bini Smaghi -
The European Central Bank (ECB) needs to react to aggressive monetary policy in other parts of the world, a former governing council member of the central bank toldCNBC. "If you take Asia, the U.S. and Europe, Europe is the weakest spot. So you'd ...
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Maria Shriver returns to NBC after split with Schwarzenegger
Welland Tribune
Television journalist Maria Shriver is returning to NBC as a special anchor covering women's issues nine years after leaving the network when her then husband, Arnold Schwarzenegger, was elected governor of California. Shriver, 57, will appear on ...
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Oaktree's Marks says firm buying European corporate debt: CNBC
Reuters India
We don't go heavily into the periphery, but we are definitely active in Europe," Marks told cable television network CNBC. Oaktree's website says the Los Angeles-based firm has around $78.8 billion under management. Marks said the firm primarily likes ...
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CNBC: Would you buy a man-made diamond? - USA Today
"That eight years was enough time for us to understand each and every bit of the technology in the process, to be able to achieve the success, which others have found very hard," Misra told CNBC. Type Ila Technologies wouldn't allow filming of the ...
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Why Are Asians Scared to Take Risks?
Asia appears to be in a sweet spot: it is home to some of the world's largest economies, has a stable growth outlook, a burgeoning middle class and many cities where low taxes and fewer regulations make it easy to do business. Yet this does not seem to ...
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McDonald's breakfast all day. It could happen, CEO says
McDonald's President and CEO Don Thompson, in a wide-ranging interview with CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" offered a peek into the future of the fast-food chain. When asked whether ... We have it in some markets around the world." He added that the ...
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Cascade of Hurdles for Firms in Middle East, Africa: CEOs -
The view was expressed by more than half a dozen CEOs that CNBC spoke to in recent weeks. Even Saudi Arabia, which was ranked as the easiest country to do business in by a World Bank and IFC report last year, has been criticized for its bureaucracy.
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China Firms Can Follow Rules Says Muddy Waters Target -
Founder, chairman and CEO, Michael Yu of New Oriental, China's largest private education provider, tells CNBC why Chinese corporates should embrace global business standards. The chief executive of China's largest private educational services provider ...
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Google Glass as Big as the Smartphone: Andreesson
Many of the big trends in technology today are a result of the proliferation of mobile devices around the world, venture capitalist Marc Andreesson told CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Monday. "There's a huge amount going on right now and lot of it has to do ...
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After Record Highs, It Could Be Time to 'Sell in May' -
It may be an old cliche in the investing world but the term "sell in May and go away, buy again on Leger's day", looks increasingly like competent equity advice, according one analyst who told CNBC that investors should lighten their load and prepare ...
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How Boeing Came Back From the Brink -
"We're confident we can be through the repairs within a couple of weeks," said McNerney as he outlined the progress Boeing is making fixing the battery systems of 50 Dreamliners that have been grounded at locations around the world. "As modifications ...
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Yahoo Unveils WWE, ABC News, CNBC Partnerships & Original Comedy Slate
Yahoo will also host digital-only versions of ABC News' World News Behind The Headlines, Nightline Online, GMA Live, and CNBC's Talking Numbers. New comedy shows in Yahoo's fall comedy lineup include Principato-Young Entertainment's Tiny ...
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Maria Shriver returns to NBC News as a 'special anchor' - Newsday
Maria Shriver, who left NBC News in 2004 after she took a more visible role as "first lady" in her then-husband Arnold Schwarzenegger's administration as GOP governor of California, has officially come home: NBC announced a little while ago that she ...
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Are you an Austerian or a Spendanigan?
Since the financial crash five years ago, the economic world can clearly be separated into two factions: those favoring austerity to promote growth and those preferring increased state spending to stimulate the economy. For Olli Rehn, the vice ...
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Oaktree's Marks says firm buying European corporate debt -CNBC
Globe and Mail
NEW YORK, April 30 (Reuters) - Howard Marks, co-founder and chairman of Oaktree Capital, theworld's largest distressed debt investor, said on Tuesday that his firm is buying European corporate debt. "We buy corporate debt in Europe. We don't go ...
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US Could Use Natural Gas in More Places: Pickens
The U.S. has more natural gas than any other country but must do more to tap its potential, billionaire investor T. Boone Pickens told CNBC's "Closing Bell" on Monday. "America has all at once found itself the cheapest energy in the world," Pickens said.
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Cherie Blair: Men Still Adjusting to Powerful Women at Work -
... for CNBC Meets, Blair, a well-respected barrister and founding member of Matrix Chambers, said, "The idea that women are really equal to men and are therefore entitled to have opinions and express them is still sometimes something that the world...
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Dennis Gartman: I Hate This Gold Play - (blog)
Stay away from an implied bet on gold by buying mining company stocks, Dennis Gartman said Monday on CNBC's "Fast Money." "I hate them," he said. "There's no reason in the world to own a miner at this point." Gartman, a commodities trader and editor of ...
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Zygna Loses Its Zing With Gamers, Investors - (blog)
Once the darling of the online gaming world, "FarmVille" creator Zynga is acknowledging that its daily active users were down to 52 million, the lowest number since the company went public in late 2011. And the forecast for the company is even gloomier.
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After 'Shock and Awe,' What Next From the BOJ? -
The Bank of Japan (BOJ) meets on Friday for the first time after it made a radical shift in policy earlier this month and market watchers are now looking at the central bank's next move in its battle to end deflation that has dogged the world's third ...
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Bajaj Auto's RE60 gets mixed responses from industry
Bajaj has positioned the RE60 as the cleanest intra-city 4 wheeler with the lowest carbon dioxide emissions in the world with a top speed of 70km/hr and a claim of the highest fuel efficiency of more than 30km/litre. The design and ... As the war of ...
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'I'd Buy Chinese Stocks': Dennis Gartman (blog)
On CNBC's "Fast Money," Gartman said that one way to play China was to buy ONN, "which is risk-on and is a compendium of stocks from around the world, currencies that work – the Aussie, the Canadian dollar – grains, crude oil, and at the same time, ...
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Amazon, The Sleeping Ad Giant, Finally Stirs - is known in the advertising industry as the "sleeping giant" because theworld's largest Internet retailer harbors a trove of consumer-spending data that many marketers have called an unrealized opportunity. Now it's awakening to the potential.
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Twinkies (The Real Ones) Back on Shelves in July -
Twinkies will hit store shelves nationally by late July, Michael Cramer, executive vice president of Hostess Brands told NBC News on Thursday. "We expect to be making and selling in July," he said. "Probably the later half of the month before the ...
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3 Reasons Why Gold Won't Fall Through Floor
Gold imports in the world's number one consumer, India, are forecast to increase by up to 20 percent year on year in the second quarter, due to lower prices in local currency terms, according to the Bombay Bullion Association. ... "The big support on ...
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UK Austerity Is a Myth: WPP CEO -
"The minute differences you are talking about, whether it's 0.3 one way or the other, I think are largely irrelevant. There's no doubt that we are bumping along the bottom in the U.K.," he told CNBC Friday. "I call it a corrugated bottom: it has its ...
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Maria Shriver returning to NBC News in special role - The Sports Bank.Net
The Sports Bank
Maria Shriver is joining NBC News as a special anchor reporting on the shifting roles, emerging power and evolving needs of women in modern life. Her mother, Eunice Kennedy Shriver was a sister of John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, and Edward ...
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The Sports Bank
NBA Jason Collins Comes Out: Will Endorsements Follow?
Howard Bragman, vice chairman and NBC Sports' Rob Simmelkjaer, discuss. In the world of business and basketball, though, the comments aren't as important as what happens next. And it all hinges on two questions: Will Jason Collins play ...
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'Buy In May, You'll Be OK': Strategist (blog)
I think in the second half, dollar comes off again, emerging world reaccelerates a little faster and we go back to cyclicals." Trader disclosure: On April 25, 2013, the following stocks and commodities mentioned or intended to be mentioned on CNBC's ...
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Reuters World News Highlights at 1410 GMT, April 25 -
WASHINGTON/ CAMBRIDGE- U.S. intelligence was alerted when one of the Boston bombing suspects traveled to a volatile region of Russia last year, U.S. ...
CNBC's Prime Time Programming for the Weekend of May 11th/12th
CNBC's Prime Time Programming for the Weekend of May 11th/12th. ... and CNBC HD , CNBC is the recognized world leader in business news and provides ...
Reuters World News Highlights at 0815 GMT, Apr 18 -
WASHINGTON- The FBI arrested a Mississippi man on Wednesday in connection with letters sent to President Barack Obama and two other officials that are ...
CNBC Digital Workshop -
Welcome to the CNBC Digital Workshop, a digital production studio that develops and produces original video programming for CNBC and our partners.
CNBC Exclusive: CNBC Media Alert: CNBC's Carl Quintanilla Sits ...
In a CNBC EXCLUSIVE interview, CNBC's Carl Quintanilla sits down for a rare ... and CNBC HD ,CNBC is the recognized world leader in business news and ...
Tiny Driver Causes Big Uproar - CNBC
One father allowed his 9-year old child to drive his Ferrari, reports CNBC's Robert Frank. Police have charged the father with endangering the life of a child.
'We've Got to Close Guantanamo': Pres. Obama - CNBC
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World's Largest Golf Club Puts China on Global Sports Map - CNBC
CNBC gets into the swing of running the world's largest golf club with ... Global Business and Financial News, Stock Quotes, and Market Data and Analysis ...
JC Penney Jumps on News George Soros Is Shareholder -
JCP shares jumped 7 percent after-hours following the news. (Click here to get the latest ... Securities and Exchange Commission: CNBC Explains · J C Penney ...
Earnings: Still Choppy, but Mostly Good News -
CNBC "On-Air Stocks" Editor. Wdstock | E+ | Getty Images. Earnings: Still choppy, but mostly goodnews for tech and building materials. Thirty percent of the S&P ...
Where Do the World's Happiest Consumers Live? -
Indonesia's consumers are the most optimistic in the world, according to a survey published on Wednesday. ... Asia-Pacific News ...
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