12/17/2009 9:11 PM ET
CNBC host warns Federal Reserve chairman 'cannot survive and govern effectively if 30 or 35 senators vote against him.'
12/17/2009 5:07 PM ET
Network's Mercantile reporter explains strength of 'Tea Party' movement makes congressional gridlock more likely, slowing government spending and propping up the dollar.
12/14/2009 6:06 PM ET
'Squawk on the Street' co-host Mark Haines, wooed by NY Times columnist Thomas Friedman tired argument on eco-technology, lashes out.
12/14/2009 5:31 AM ET
'Meet the Press' panelists make case Congress is creating uncertainty for private sector and preventing U.S. economy from expanding.
11/3/2009 4:00 PM ET
Search engine firm 'hoarding' $22 billion in cash and short term investments according to Wall Street Journal, which puts it in position to acquire Times.
10/28/2009 5:04 AM ET
'The Kudlow Report' host reacts to comments from Barney Frank on MSNBC's 'The Ed Show' who insisted larger government is good, but has a bad name after Katrina.
10/27/2009 4:49 PM ET
Richard Ketchum of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority says certain electronic communication must be regulated as means to sell financial products.
10/21/2009 3:22 PM ET
'Power Lunch' co-host Caruso-Cabrera suggests Jerry Brown's $56-million lawsuit against State Street bank a ploy to prop up attorney general's bid for governor.
10/15/2009 5:17 PM ET
Wall Street complaints sparked by Dow 10K similar to what brought communist leader to power 'Mad Money' host explains.
10/13/2009 9:50 AM ET
MSNBC 'Hardball' host and CNBC 'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer criticize stimulus and realize Obama won't get credit for economy until jobs come back.