1/29/2009 10:13 AM ET
Even CNBC 'Mad Money' and MSNBC 'Hardball' hosts question the stimulative effects of congressional Democrats' bill.
1/22/2009 8:48 PM ET
CNBC's 'Mad Money' host said Obama's Treasury pick would be a 'disaster' and notes the 'free pass' he has been given by Wall Street.
1/21/2009 1:02 PM ET
'Squawk Box' co-host notes the Obama stock market swan dive and declares if economy doesn't respond to Obama stimulus, it's a depression.
1/16/2009 12:18 AM ET
'Lou Dobbs Tonight' host bases criticism on old quotes; Dem. Strategist says Kudlow only belonged as the hired help.
1/7/2009 4:11 PM ET
With a forecasted $1 trillion deficit for the foreseeable future, mainstream media hit and miss on just how much government will expand under current proposals.
1/6/2009 8:18 PM ET
Network's Silicon Valley bureau chief insists Jobs health rumors were without merit and he was 'fine.'
12/31/2008 4:08 PM ET
'Mad Money' host got some right, but others fell way short due to mid-year economic woes.
12/30/2008 10:18 AM ET
CNBC forecasts Hollywood will capitalize on bad business PR and play the class envy game in 2009.
12/23/2008 1:35 PM ET
Investment news Website founder Jon Najarian explains how media may have helped Madoff lure investors.
12/19/2008 1:50 PM ET
Gordon Bethune, now a CNBC contributor, wants to know why car companies deserve a bailout.