INSIGHT-After bruising safety crisis, US car watchdog shows its bite Having taken the helm of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration in January, Mark Rosekind has wasted no time in forcing reluctant companies into recalling millions of defective vehicles. In the past week alone, the agency announced the biggest recall in history, involving nearly 34 million vehicles with potentially deadly Takata Corp air bags.
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Market hungry for dovish words? How the markets reacted to Janet Yellen's speech Friday afternoon, with CNBC contributor Evan Newmark; Michael Santoli, Yahoo Finance; Greg Ip, The Wall Street Journal; FM trader Tim Seymour and CNBC's Robert Frank.
Swisher: Code Conference lookahead Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, discusses Apple's potential TV service, tough love for Twitter from investor Chris Sacca, and Elizabeth Warren at the Code Conference next week.
Cramer: Snap judgments, stupid decisions Jim Cramer explains why snap judgements can lead to losses and how to avoid being obtuse with companies including Advanced Auto Parts and CVS Pharmacy.
Energy stocks stay hot Discussing energy market fundamentals, with Pavel Molchanov, Raymond James; Boris Schlossberg, BK Asset Management; and CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
Newtown must pay long-term disability to cop after massacre HARTFORD, Conn.- A Connecticut state board has ruled that Newtown must pay long-term disability to a police officer who developed anxiety and depression after responding to the 2012 shooting rampage at Sandy Hook Elementary School. The Hartford Courant reports the State Board of Mediation and Arbitration ruled Monday that the police contract requires the...
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