Arsenal splashed £56 million for Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Now they must figure out how to get the best out of him to ensure it wasn't for naught.
Tim Hentschel, HotelPlanner CEO, discusses why he is not following the lead of corporate America and pulling out of partnerships or discount programs with the NRA.
Ralph Izzo, PSEG CEO and chairman, discusses energy prices and the company threatening to shut down New Jersey power plants unless lawmakers raise utility bills.
CNBC's Seema Mody reports on Dow Transports jumping on comments from CNBC's interview with Warren Buffett.
LeBron James says the NCAA is "corrupt" and the NBA should shore up its farm system to accommodate kids who want to play but don't think school is the right choice.
LeBron James says he's flattered by three billboards in Ohio that are asking him to join the 76ers when he becomes a free agent.
The Cavaliers have issued an indefinite ban to a fan who taunted the Spurs' Patty Mills with racially insensitive remarks during Sunday's game.
What makes the Rockets better than Golden State's previous challengers? Kevin Pelton examines why Houston might be a problem.
Mavs star Dirk Nowitzki disagrees with the stated notion by owner Mark Cuban that the team's best bet for this season is to tank.
Three billboards in Cleveland, Ohio, have been bought to entice LeBron James to move on to Philadelphia.
Spurs star Kawhi Leonard plans to resume working with the team in San Antonio this week, according to sources.
Los Angeles' latest win is yet another display of how far the young and emerging roster has come since last season.
After the Celtics stumbled into the All-Star break, Kyrie Irving's stellar 3-point shooting and increased attention to detail have Boston back on track.
Who is winning the race for lottery pingpong balls, and who needs to try harder? Where will the traded picks land? Every week we'll guide you through the ugly basketball on the way to draft hope.
While 20 teams fight for playoff positioning, a handful are locked in a wild -- and painfully obvious -- race to collect the best lottery odds possible.
Haas boss Guenther Steiner fears Formula One teams could lose at least one full day of testing this week due to the worsening weather at the Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona.
Houston is rolling to the tune of 12 straight wins. Golden State just put on a show against OKC. But only one can claim the top spot heading into the season's homestretch.
Force India is likely to change its name before the first race of the 2018 Formula One season.
Toro Rosso's Pierre Gasly said he ripped his race overalls while climbing through the Halo and into his car.
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel finished the second day of pre-season testing at the top of the timesheets after beating the Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas to the fastest time by 0.303s.
Lewis Hamilton said he made the call to "sacrifice" his driving time during Tuesday's test at the Circuit de Catalunya after opting not to take up his scheduled track time in the afternoon.
Valtteri Bottas put Mercedes top at the second morning of testing, though McLaren's Stoffel Vandoorne and Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel were close behind.
Williams has confirmed Martini will end its sponsorship of the team when its current agreement expires at the end of 2018.
Red Bull boss Christian Horner believes Mercedes and Ferrari are working together to shape Formula One's landscape in their favour.
In expressing his optimism about McLaren's 2018 season, Fernando Alonso couldn't resist taking one last swipe at the team's former engine partner Honda.
Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo topped the opening day of Formula One testing as the 2018 season got underway at the Circuit de Catalunya.
Nico Hulkenberg says Renault's impressive start to 2018 pre-season shows how far the team has come since he joined 12 months ago.
Despite his highly-publicised morning crash generating the most headlines, Fernando Alonso's main takeaway from the opening day of testing was the potential of his Renault-powered McLaren.
McLaren has encountered an immediate setback in its pre-season plans after Fernando Alonso crashed out on the opening morning of the first test.
Toro Rosso is encouraged by the level of improvement shown by new engine partner Honda over the winter.
Daniel Ricciardo put Red Bull top of the order at lunch during the first day of 2018's pre-season testing.
Multiple people are receiving medical treatment after a suspicious letter arrived at a military base in Washington.
North Korea has been sending chemical weapons supplies to Syria, according to an unreleased UN report.
CNN's Brianna Keilar challenges Republican Georgia State Senator Michael Williams' claim that Delta Airlines gives discounts to certain "left-wing organizations."
CNN's Manu Raju reports on the stunning statement from Admiral Mike Rogers.
The White House is trying to clean up its security clearance process while doing damage control on Russia and gun policy. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.
CNN's Jake Tapper on why President Trump would deny the NSA authority to stop future cyber attacks from Russia.
A former top HUD career staffer says she was told to "find money" to go over budget to redecorate Secy Carson's office. CNN's Rene Marsh reports.
CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Sen. Jeff Flake on whether Congress can pass gun reform.
The Parkland school shooting could have been much worse.
Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a daily five-hour humanitarian pause in hostilities in the besieged Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta, as bombardment has continued despite a UN resolution calling for a ceasefire. CNN's Sam Kiley reports.
North Korea has been sending supplies to Syria that could be used to produce chemical weapons, a United Nations Security Council diplomat has told CNN.
Sources tell CNN that the President's daughter and son-in-law have had their security clearances downgraded at the White House. CNN's Jeff Zeleny reports.
The Lead political panel discusses.
Former CIA analyst Phil Mudd said that the difference between what Jared Kushner can now see with the downgrade of his security clearance is 'huge'.
Today, we examine the impact that the U.S. opioid crisis is having on the workforce, and we explain a young scientist's effort to detect lead in drinking water.
White House reporter Kate Bennett looks at the ups and downs of Donald and Melania Trump's relationship.
During Jerome Powell's first appearance on Capitol Hill as Fed Chair, Representative Al Green grilled him on black unemployment.
CNN's Chris Cillizza explains how Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke is giving incumbent Sen. Ted Cruz a run for his money in the race for the Senate in Texas.
A Southwest Airlines flight was traveling from Salt Lake City to Los Angeles when the engine caught fire.
Bruce Willis steps into the late Charles Bronson's role in an update of 'Death Wish,' as a man who becomes a vigilante after his family is attacked.
"I'd fry every computer in the building", fmr U.S. cyber czar Richard Clarke says when asked what he would do to counter Russian hackers.
Former President Barack Obama, speaking off-the-record, talked about the drama-free nature of his White House and said it was a "low bar" now to avoid embarrassing presidential scandals.
Officials tell CNN's Kaylee Hartung that the deadly Florida high school shooting could have been much worse, and ammunition magazines had swastikas etched in them.
Indigenous instruments play to a different tune.
Drummer Teferi Assefa and bassist Henock Temesgen are on a mission to keep Addis Ababa's rich culture alive.
Matt Boss, J.P. Morgan equity research analyst, discusses Macy's quarterly earnings and what he sees for the overall retail sector.
Gina Sanchez, Chantico Global, and Bill Baruch, Blue Line Futures, discuss Amazon with Brian Sullivan.
CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on comments from Sen. John Cornyn on the possibility of an infrastructure deal not getting done this year.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports Trump senior advisor Jared Kushner has had his security clearance downgraded to secret from top secret.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports that the Justice Department is forming a task force to examine drug manufacturers' and distributors' accountability for America's opioid crisis.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the day's market action.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testifies in front of the House Financial Services Committee.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on CNBC-parent company Comcast's $31 billion bid for the U.K. broadcaster Sky. CNBC's Wilfred Frost reports on what makes Sky Network appealing to Comcast.
Rep. Jeb Hensarling (R-Texas) weighs in on what he would like to hear from Fed Chair Jerome Powell when he testifies before Congress on economic policy and interest rates.
Ed Lazear, Hoover Institution, and CNBC's Steve Liesman and Rick Santelli share their expectations on Fed Chair Jerome Powell when he testifies before the House Finance Committee.
Brett Harris, Gabelli & Company research analyst, and Arash Massoudi, The Financial Times report, talk about Comcast's $31 billion bid for Sky.
Mark McLaughlin, Palo Alto Networks chairman and CEO, talks about the company's quarter, and its security deal with Amazon Web Services.
In front of the House Financial Services Committee, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell answers questions from Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer (R-Mo.)
U.S. stock futures were higher on Tuesday morning, but whether that continues may depend on what Fed chairman Jerome Powell has to say in testimony before Congress.
CNBC's parent, Comcast is making a cash offer for British broadcaster Sky with a bid that is 16 percent higher than Twenty-First Century Fox's offer. The "Squawk Box" crew discusses.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports on FedEx's statement regarding its relationship with the NRA.
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai talks with CNBC's Jon Fortt at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain about mergers in the media space, next-generation mobile speed, the Sinclair-Tribune deal, and net neutrality.
I think there's still a more insidious form of discrimination under the surface, says Bethany McLean, "Vanity Fair" contributing editor, provides insight to women and inequality on Wall Street.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports on more details unfolding in the NCAA basketball scandal and reports saying David Tepper of Appaloosa Management is bidding $2 billion for Carolina Panthers.
Kenny Polcari, O’Neil Securities, and CNBC's Jeff Cox and Mike Santoli discuss the idea that corporate stock buybacks could be what's pushing the rally in the markets.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on President Trump wrapping up hosting state governors at the White House.
CNBC's Eric Chemi reports that according to the New York Times, NFL Commissioner Roger Goddell is expected to fine Cowboys owner Jerry Jones millions of dollars for his actions this past season.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the latest out of "Pharma Bro" Martin Shkreli's securities fraud trial.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan takes a look at all the companies getting rid of partnerships and discounts with the National Rifle Association following the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida.
Dan Ives, GBH Insights tech analyst, and Scott Devitt, Stifel analyst, discuss Amazon's valuation as none of the Wall Street analysts covering the stock give it a "sell" rating.
CNBC's Rick Santelli and Diana Olick report the latest read on new home sales.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports the latest from Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress.
The “Fast Money Halftime Report” traders discuss what's leading the stock comeback after a market correction.
Bill Smead, Smead Capital Management, and Ethan Harris, Bank of America, discuss legendary investor Warren Buffett’s comments to CNBC and what they see for the markets.
Jim Cramer highlights the growth behind HP Inc. and Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
Jim Cramer and technician Carley Garner inspect the S&P 500's charts to understand the market's recent correction.
Jim Cramer rattles off his take on callers' favorite stocks, including an oil play subject to an investor-led sea change.
Jim Cramer gives credit to Macy's CEO Jeff Gennette for revamping Macy's and brightening the retailer's outlook.
Jim Cramer readies investors for a practically inevitable bidding war over international broadcasting group Sky.
CNBC’s Tech Check brings you the latest in tech news from CNBC’s 1 Market in the heart of San Francisco.
Stefan Qin, Virgil Capital founder, discusses how he is profiting from bitcoin no matter what moves it makes.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on Papa John's ending its sponsorship deal with the NFL, as well as the company's earnings miss.
CNBC contributor Mike Khouw discusses his bullish bets on Salesforce.
Chris Verrone, Strategas Research Partners technical analysis head, discusses where the rally in retail stocks could go from here. The “Fast Money” traders weigh in.
The “Fast Money” traders share their final trades for the day including Intel, Alibaba, ProShares UltraShort 20+ Year Treasury and Cisco.
A woman has told police she had a child with casino mogul Steve Wynn after he raped her in the 1970s.
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