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Cramer Says Recession by Christmas if Fiscal Cliff Not Resolved

'Mad Money' host tells 'Meet the Press' that without a deal, businesses will lay off workers.
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NBC's Chuck Todd Slams Rasmussen Poll as 'Slop'

Appearing on CNBC's Squawk Box on Wednesday, NBC News political director Chuck Todd launched into a rant attacking Rasmussen Reports polling: "We spend a lot more money polling than Scott ...
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Unemployment Rate Drops Because 522,000 Give Up Jobs Search

April adds only 115,000 jobs, while millions make up ranks of ‘invisible unemployed.’
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March Hiring Far Below Expectations, Adds Only 120,000 Jobs

Every one of CNBC predictions far higher than disappointing result.
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CNBC: Don't Worry, '$4 Gas Isn't That Big of a Deal'

In an opinion piece for CNBC.com on Wednesday, Street Signs anchor Brian Sullivan argued: "...for the majority of the country, $4 gas isn't going to doom us or our economy....right now it just ...
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CNBC: Stocks Rise on 'Growing Expectations' of Obama Reelection

On CNBC's Behind the Money blog on Wednesday, Fast Money executive producer John Melloy promoted a left-leaning theory as to why the stock market has been on the rise lately: "While ...

Newt Mocks Bartiromo's 'Funny' Defense of the Liberal Media

During Wednesday night's presidential debate, Newt Gingrich could barely restrain his amusement as co-moderator Maria Bartiromo defended the liberal media's reporting of the economy.

Flashback: CNBC GOP Debate Moderator John Harwood Blamed 'Crazy' Republicans for U.S. Debt Downgrade

Before being tapped to be one of the moderators at CNBC's upcoming Republican presidential debate, John Harwood was ranting against the GOP for causing the summer debt crisis. Appearing on NBC's ...

Erin Burnett Confirms She'll Be 'More Opinionated' at CNN than at CNBC

CNN's newest addition to its prime-time line-up, former CNBC anchor Erin Burnett, told Reliable Sources host Howard Kurtz on Sunday that yes, she would be "more opinionated" at CNN than in the ...

Historic! No New Jobs Added in August; First Time since 1945

CNBC's Rick Santelli guesses right net payroll figure, but unemployment rate remains steady at 9.1 percent.
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