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Health-care and taxes two big topics at Aspen Ideas festival: Robert Steel

Robert Steel, Perella Weinberg CEO, and CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin discuss the hot topics at the Aspen Ideas Festival in Colorado.

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Bond investors are setting themselves up for ‘real painful trade,’ this strategist warns

Why the second half could get ugly for this very hot segment of the market.

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California wildfire season off to hot start as acreage burned up threefold from year ago

Wildfire season is just getting underway and the heatwave, dry conditions and thick grasses from heavy winter rains could spell danger for California.

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There's a scientific reason why hot weather has grounded planes at Phoenix airport

Extreme heat at Phoenix airport is grounding planes.

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There's a scientific reason why hot weather has grounded planes at Phoenix airport

Heat at Phoenix Sky harbor airport is grounding flights on smaller aircraft, particularly flights on Bombardier CRJ planes.

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Investors going wild for Nvidia

Interest in the piping-hot stock has surged. Ari Wald of Oppenheimer and Dennis Davitt of Harvest Volatility Management discuss with Brian Sullivan.

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Real estate mogul shares a surprisingly simple strategy to find the best property deals

Here's the trick Sidney Torres uses to acquire hot real estate.

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Everyone keeps talking about A.I.—here's what it really is and why it's so hot now

Artificial intelligence has never been so hot. The biggest companies in the world are investing in research and rapidly introducing new A.I. products.

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Lyft shares are rising on secondary markets as Uber stumbles

Lyft shares are a hot commodity in private markets right now, even as the new research suggests the company is gaining market share against Uber.

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These firms are cashing in on the $1.4 trillion student loan crisis

The company you're paying to help you get out of the red may be in hot water with regulators. Here's what you should know.

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