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Energy stocks have run too far, too fast, says technician

Is the hot energy trade about to cool off? With CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.

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Once-hot semi stocks just took a huge hit, and some see more pain

Some market watchers are forecasting further downside for semiconductor stocks.

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Top cannabis CEO says international market is red hot

Terry Booth, Aurora Cannabis CEO, discusses the company's new facility and stock performance.

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Time to shift out of the FANG stocks?

Matt Maley of MillerTabak says fund managers will have to adapt to the changing market, and broaden their portfolios away from the once-red hot FANG stocks.

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Starbucks lovers can drink their iced cappuccino and have their foam too

Starbucks is introducing Cold Foam, which is aerated skim milk that mimics the froth on hot espresso drinks.

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Why one investor is hot on Take Two, the company behind Grand Theft Auto

There has been such a sharp pullback in recent weeks that Take Two now looks particularly attractive, investor Eric Jackson says.

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This hot Hollywood divorce trend may not be for you

Bird nesting is a co-parenting method aimed at creating a smoother transition for children after a divorce or separation. Here's what you need to consider in order to decide if it's right for your family.

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NBA enters playoffs on a hot streak

The NBA has bucked trends in other sports, showing ratings increases, attendance increases, and skyrocketing valuations. CNBC's Eric Chemi reports.

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Facebook has been worried about data leaks like this since it went public in 2012

In its 2012 IPO prospectus, Facebook outlines the risk for essentially the exact mishandling of data that's landed the company in regulatory hot water.

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Zuckerberg in the hot seat

Some of the biggest names in the business world speak out about Facebook's policies.

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