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CNBC Host Blames 'Overpaying' Howard Stern for XM Sirius Woes
8/6/2009 5:26 PM ET
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
8/5/2009 5:47 PM ET
Cable business network ratings are down 28 percent versus a year ago, after making an effort to include more liberals like Huffington, Dean.
CNBC Guest Host Explains How TARP is Driving Up Oil Prices
8/3/2009 4:13 PM ET
Richard Bernstein explains how bailout money is being used for loans fueling oil speculation.
CNBC Goes into 'Crisis' Mode at Height of ObamaCare Debate
7/31/2009 11:03 AM ET
Network dedicates three-hour morning show 'Squawk Box' to discussing health care, adds accompanying 'crisis' coverage throughout the day.
Bartiromo Warns 'Government is Going to Play God' with Health Care
7/27/2009 2:38 PM ET
CNBC host frets over ObamaCare's cost and similarities to U.K. system.
Cramer Credits Tech Stock Rally to Immunity from Obama, 'Politburo Chief' Pelosi
7/24/2009 1:40 PM ET
'Mad Money' host explains the 47-point rally on the NASDAQ can be attributed to less government regulation.
NBC News: California Offshore Drilling Possible; CNBC Says Not Likely
7/22/2009 10:14 AM ET
'Nightly News' segment highlights components of California budget breakthrough, including oil drilling; CNBC's Jane Wells doubtful that will happen.
Porn: CNBC's Not-So Pleasurable Special
7/17/2009 1:00 AM ET
CNBC special pimps porn under guise of studying the 'business.'
CNBC Mainstreams Gross-Out Porn
7/17/2009 1:00 AM ET
Network treats pornography as just another business.
Dean: Low-Income People Hurt by Cap-and-Tax Will Recoup Cost with Less Asthma Emergency Room Visits
7/15/2009 11:03 AM ET
CNBC contributor claims the low-ball figure of $40 a year lost by low-income households due to cap-and-trade will be made up with lower medical costs.
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