Drama pilot will focus on relationship between a U.S. attorney and hedge fund billionaires
Longtime host Larry Kudlow retiring from anchor chair
The PR executive succeeds Kathy Kelly-Brown, who was recently tapped to lead the newly created Global Talent Booking division
She will anchor a daily program and may contribute to Fox News
CEO Dick Costolo granted interviews to rival networks CNBC and Bloomberg
Also does a mock Indian accent
New series will revolve around a Las Vegas sports handicapper
Clint Eastwood warns that the nation will slide into a recession if the Democrats and Republicans don't put aside their differences
CNBC executive's children killed by nanny, police say
Yahoo users can now listen to Spotify -- so long as they sign up
Follows partnership formed last year with ABC News
The audience boos when the subject is brought up and Romney declines to comment
The author of book-turned-HBO-movie "Too Big to Fail" takes over for Carl Quintanilla
Veteran "Squawk on the Street" anchor died unexpectedly
"Squawk on the Street" reporter will host a weekday general news program
The embattled team boss accuses baseball commissioner Bud Selig of dragging his feet on approving lucrative agreement
The ever-unpredictable actor turns up to talk golf and Egypt
Ratings for the first one were so high, business network to roll another one
Bob Greenblatt, Ted Harbert, Bonnie Hammer, Lauren Zalaznick, Dick Ebersol are among the division who report directly to Steve Burke
O'Brien has a projected median audience age of 32, but we know how fickle these young folks are nowadays
Exclusive: All division heads will report to Steve Burke; not much dominion left for Jeff Gaspin
Executive secretary and her boyfriend face 25 years in prison if convicted in scam
Nikhil Deogun to become network's managing editor
Anchor became subject of blogger scorn after on-air rants in July.
An "off-the-record" comment found new life on Terry Moran's Twitter.
Interview? It was a pantsing by Jon Stewart. I have no idea why CNBC Mad Money-man Jim Cramer decided to go on Comedy Central to...
The Daily Beast mulls over the implications of the departure of Jonathan Wald, CNBC's senior vice-president for business news.