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In a rare move, venture firm NEA made the hugely profitable call to hold its MuleSoft shares after IPO lockup

NEA opted to hold its MuleSoft shares after the IPO lockup, a decision that led to the firm doubling its money.


Watch out for this key relationship in the bond market as the Fed makes its move Wednesday

As the Fed tinkers with monetary policy, the bond market is on the move. One market watcher says the next move on rates could indicate whether we're in for a market slowdown or worse.


Driverless cars aren’t safe or ready for the road: Robotics expert

Autonomous vehicle technology isn't ready to hit the road, say robotics experts. Others in the automotive industry argue the technology should move faster in order to save lives.


Seeking downside protection, investors show interest in actively managed ETFs

Migration to passively managed funds continues apace, but rising interest rates and increased market volatility is leading to a concurrent move away from pure indexing.


Morningstar CEO discusses new funds and responds to rating concerns

Morningstar Global CEO Kunal Kapoor discusses his company move to launch its own funds with reduced fees, and breaks down the difference between qualitative and quantitative ratings.


Facebook drags market lower at the open

CNBC's Bob Pisani takes a look at what's moving in early morning trading as shares of Facebook move below the 50-day moving average.


Stocks stuck in neutral

CNBC's Mike Santoli takes a closer look at how long stocks may continue to move sideways as markets go through corrective period.


Law on AT&T's side in its bid for Time Warner, says expert

Jennifer Fritzsche, Wells Fargo Securities, provides insight to AT&T's move to acquire Time Warner.


Ongoing tensions with the US unlikely to hinder Chinese 5G: Credit Suisse

The domestic Chinese market is likely to move ahead fast with 5G technology, according to a Credit Suisse analyst.


Cramer Remix: The magic ingredient sending Netflix to new highs

Jim Cramer isn’t chill about the haters of Netflix, and uncovers why Wall Street skeptics missed the massive move on the stock.