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    Closing Bell

    Closing Bell

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    Closing Bell is the CNBC financial news show that follows the last hour of trading in US stock markets, watching closely as the NYSE and NASDAQ ring their closing bells for the trading day. Anchored by Maria Bartiromo and another CNBC Anchor Scott Wapner, Bob Pisani, or Simon Hobbs. When Maria is out, the show uses substitute hosts like Melissa Francis, Melissa Lee, and Trish Regan. Including live reports from the Chicago Board of Trade, New York Mercantile Exchange, NASDAQ and the New York Stock Exchange, Closing Bell gives you an in-depth close-up look at the movements of markets, what's driving them that day, and how investor behavior is shifting as the markets come to a close. After the bell, there is an analysis of the markets' winners and losers, and business news. Follow your stocks, market conditions, and investor reactions with the hosts and analysts of CNBC's financial news show Closing Bell.moreless
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    Kudlow & Company

    Kudlow & Company

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    Kudlow & Company is a talk show that aired on CNBC from 2005 until 2008. The program was hosted by Lawrence Kudlow, a former Reagan economic advisor, who is a renowned economics commentator and syndicated columnist. Kudlow is also known for his other television ventures: America Now, Kudlow & Cramer, and The Kudlow Report. True to Mr. Kudlow's creedo -- "We believe that free market capitalism is the best path to prosperity!" -- the show has a heavily politico-economic focus and usually features interviews with prominent politicians. Show segments include Kudlow's Money Politics, which is an examination of the relationship between politics and the economy; Money Makers, in which Kudlow talks with financial analysts; and Econ-o-Rama, which consists of interviews with reputable economists. Notable guests have included President George W. Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Chairman of IAC/Interactive and Expedia Barry Diller, Nebraska Senator Chuck Hagel, former Secretary of Energy and Governor of New Mexico Bill Richardson, and New York Senator Charles Schumer.moreless
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    On The Money

    On The Money

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    On The Money is a personal finance program on CNBC with the goal and belief of "Take control of your money, Take control of your life". On The Money is hosted by Carmen Wong Ulrich as she dives right into your personal financial options to help guide you through the wealth of information and choices that exist today. Her uncanny insight will help guide you to making the best financial decision that will enable you to take control of your life! Some of her most notable segments include Pre-Retirement 401k and Asset Allocation Advice, Carmen's Real Deal on Brokers, First-Time Home Buyers, Airline Reward Cards and Dollar Dilemmas. Topics range from home & real estate to retirement, insurance, education, the economy, taxes, shopping deals, banking, employment, automotive, credit, debit & bills and travel, leisure & recreation. If you want to find out the best and most efficient ways to "take control of your money, take control of your life" then tune into On The Money with Carmen Wong Ulrich and make a difference with your financial future.moreless
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    The Wall Street Journal Report

    The Wall Street Journal Report

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    The Wall Street Journal Report is a half-hour syndicated television program that airs every weekend on CNBC. Maria Bartiromo, the show’s engaging and entertaining host, makes financial news even more accessible to the general public with her talent for turning even the driest finance matters into an interesting story. Add that personality to some pretty great, juicy financial news tid-bits and the ingredients for a hit news show are there. The show features a variety of finance-related topics, from Obama’s schoolhouse reform to British Petroleum’s (BP) view for the future, and all of the topics are approached with assistance of related experts. Bartiromo brings in such influential finance giants as David Hale, founder and chairman of David Hale Global Economics; Robert Dudley, BP’s Managing Director; Dennis Von Roekel, President of the National Education Association; and other extremely connected, extremely knowledgeable individuals. The Wall Street Journal Report, with an audience in the millions and the telling rank as America's #1 Financial News Program, has its proof in the numbers, so tune in.moreless
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    Your Business

    Your Business

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    Your Business is a weekend business program dedicated to covering issues affecting the small business owner. Your Business has offered up thousands of tips on running a small business from experts, covering topics ranging from how to prevent employee theft, to negotiating a business lease in the current economy. Host JJ Ramberg is a frequent contributor to the TODAY Show about current economic and financial issues. Hundreds of small business owners have also shared their personal stories about managing a modern, small business. Airing each weekend on MSNBC, Your Business profiles owners of larger businesses which started from meagre beginnings, owners like Paul Orfalea, founder of Kinko's. These owners offer viewers tips on how they grew their own small business of the past into the current, large business of today. Viewers interested in having their questions answered can submit them through the Your Business website. Their question could be answered by one of the show's experts during the next week's show.moreless
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    The Call

    The Call

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    The Call is an interview based news program that discusses all the big news of the day in the stock market. As they say, 90 minutes into the trading day, it's time to make the call, and hosts Trish Regan, Larry Kudlow, and Mellissa Francis find the brightest minds to debate the hot topics of discussion. Bringing in experts from Wall Street, the anchor trio asks the right questions, from what stocks are up or down, to how new products will affect trading. Will the latest elections affect the stocks of health care providers? What will be the effect of the latest huge merger between communications companies? Is an up and comer ready to dethrone a tech giant? All these and more are answered as The Call offers a fresh interpretation of the day, once the initial frenzy has died down. The videos are sharp, concise, and right to the point, as just like the pros, interested amateur traders don't have time to sit through a bunch of fluff. From tech to turf, retail to resale, Regan, Kudlow, and Francis are there to answer The Call.moreless
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    Very Independent Producers

    Very Independent Producers

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    Plum TV
    On "Very Independent Producers," Ted and Christine get a chance to share their wit and hard-earned wisdom as they kick back with friends and colleagues from all corners of the film world. Ted, Christine, and their impressive roster of guests share their film experiences past and present and discuss the inner workings of the industry.moreless
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    CNBC Originals

    CNBC Originals

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    CNBC Originals brings you highlights of CNBC Original Productions including documentaries and special prime time series hosted by CNBC anchors and reporters.
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    Beyond the Boardroom with Jonathan Tisch

    Beyond the Boardroom with Jonathan Tisch

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    Plum TV
    Beyond the Boardroom with Jonathan Tisch is an interview program from PlumTV that broadcasts half-hour interviews with the most successful and powerful businesspeople in the United States. Each interview focuses on the human side of business; Tisch asks insightful and penetrating questions designed to reveal the people behind some of the largest and wealthiest companies in the world. Interviews also cover current business events and economic news; however, the focus is not on numbers or statistics, but on the understanding of human nature and desire that is necessary to make a serious impact on the international business scene. Past guests have included Donald Trump, Robert Johnson, Ken Chenault, Ann Moore, Peter Morton, Linda Johnson Rice, and a host of other business leaders. Host Jonathan Tisch is a business luminary in his own right; he is the Chairman and CEO of Loews Hotels, and Co-Chairman of the Board at its parent, Loews Corporation.moreless
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    The Millionaire Inside

    The Millionaire Inside

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    CNBC
    The Millionaire Inside, an exciting educational financial series aired by CNBC, helps its viewers substantially by sharing exclusive secrets, financial concepts and investment techniques that will ensure financial success and encourage proper financial management; proper investment techniques and possibilities are also explored as the experts explore the best means of investing and money management. The Millionaire Inside is hosted by CNBC's own personal money mentors who address different financial concerns and wealth management techniques in each different episode; some episodes focus on debt management while others propose solutions to retiring wealthy and debt-free. Rather than relying on the advice of bank financial advisors, this show educates and allows its viewers to thoroughly understand important financial concepts that can help them to become debt-free and to save money. The Millionaire Inside is led by Erin Burnett, Carmen Wong Ulrich, John Ulzheimer and Dr. Doug Hirschhorn who are all respected financial advisors.moreless
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    It's The Economy, NY

    It's The Economy, NY

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    New York Times business columnist Andrew Ross Sorkin hosts a television series featuring interviews that address the evolving economic crisis affecting New Yorkers. Guests include Sen. Charles Schumer, Gov. David Paterson, former Governor Eliot Spitzer, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, among others.moreless
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    Journal Editorial Report

    Journal Editorial Report

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    FOX News Channel
    The Journal Editorial Report is a weekly American interview and panel discussion TV program on Fox News Channel, hosted by Paul Gigot, editorial page editor of the Wall Street Journal. Prior to moving to Fox News, the show aired on PBS for 15 months, ending on December 2, 2005. Opening with a newsmaker of the week, Gigot usually interviews a guest for the first half of the program, asking questions related to the writings of the guest or a current event of interest to the guest. Following the guest segment, the program becomes a panel discussion of Wall Street Journal editorial writers giving their opinions on the political, economic, and cultural issues of the current week. The final segment labeled Hits and Misses lets the panelists speculate on what they believe will happen in the upcoming week.moreless
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    Money for Breakfast

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    FOX Business
    Money for Breakfast aired as a morning business television show that was mainly anchored by Alexis Glick and Peter Barnes with other famous contributors from Fox Business like Jenna Lee, Liz MacDonald and Charles Payne about different perspectives to the business field. The perfect timing of the show allowed business owners to gain a better perspective of business, finance and the economy from experienced professionals before heading off to work. This successful group of experienced professionals discuss hot business topics and report on different business strategies that could make or break a new business; secret methods that can be implemented to make significant differences in a business plan, but are unknown to many, are discussed with the education behind how it works thoroughly explained. Finances and other investments are also broken down during their conversations which can be a handful for the morning. Regardless, the show has proven to be an informative and educative platform for those who are interested in business and their professional advice has helped many.moreless
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    FOX Business Morning

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    Start the day with the latest news from Fox Business
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    Fast Track

    Fast Track

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    FOX Business
    Fast Track on Fox Business Channel is your one-stop shop for your career needs. The program, hosted by Anna Gilligan, helps working adults take the next step in their professional careers. This program is designed for working professionals at all stages of success. Fast Track on Fox Business Channel covers topics for college students who are preparing for their first interview, and middle-aged employees who are attempting to make it to the executive level. Whether the next step in your career is an interview, making a good impression on the boss, or inventing the next procedure that will save the organization millions of dollars; this program is for you. Fast Track covers important topics such as dressing for success, transitioning from college to the work environment, communication styles, the value of mentoring, and relationships in the work environment. Before you take the next step in your professional career, watch an episode of Fast Track on Fox Business to make sure you are taking the right steps.moreless
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    Hoofy and Boo

    Hoofy and Boo

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    Minyanville's favorite Bull and Bear find chuckles in the stock charts for Fox Business
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    How to

    How to

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    How to tips from Fox Business.
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    iMag Career Center

    iMag Career Center

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    Fox Business gives tips and advice on getting your dream job.
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    Leaders Before They Were Leaders

    Leaders Before They Were Leaders

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    Fox Business talks with leaders before they rose to the top.
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    Three Things

    Three Things

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    FOXBusiness.com tackles a variety of topics, breaking down the three things you should know
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