CNBC

Still Bitter: White House Goes After Santelli Again, but Santelli Fires Back

White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs call Santellis anti-housing bailout stance 'disingenuous and not based on the facts' nearly seven months late.

Former British Health Minister: U.K. System not 'Ideal' for U.S.

Lord Ara Darzi goes on CNBC to defend UK medical system over rejected ads, but says U.S. health care system is 'excellent.'

Cramer on Beck Advertisers: 'I Think They All Come Back in the End'

CNBC 'Mad Money' host points to Unilever's 'advertise on all media' model, says NewsCorp still a good stock, despite skittish advertisers.

CNBC Analyst Wary of Health Care Stocks; Knocks Obama's 'Hand-Picked Audience'

Steve Grasso of Stuart Frankel notes deck is stacked with Obama New Hampshire town hall meeting; points out double standard on health care debate.

Stratfor's Friedman: 'Probability of Bernanke Being Reappointed to the Fed is Near Zero'

Private intelligence agency CEO gives Fed Chair no chance of second term, despite wishes of Wall Street.

'Mad Money' Cramer: 'Demonize' Unhealthy Foods to 'Embarrass People' to Lower Health Costs

Financial advice host advocates using publicity tactics similar to what was used against the tobacco business to influence behavior.

Los Angeles Times Takes Pity on Porn Stars' Financial Problems

Ben Fritz' article examines the pornography industry's financial problems.

CNBC 'Skeptical' of White House Claim about Labor Report

Unemployment in July dropped to 9.4 percent, CBNC discusses 'conspiracy theory' regarding president's knowledge of jobs numbers.

CNBC Host Blames 'Overpaying' Howard Stern for XM Sirius Woes

Dennis Kneale says satellite radio provider overpaid for shock jock, but newly reported quarterly losses also due to poor auto sales.

'Experts' Ignore CNBC's Leftward Tilt as Cause for Ratings Drop

Cable business network ratings are down 28 percent versus a year ago, after making an effort to include more liberals like Huffington, Dean.
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