Browsing articles tagged with " cnbc"
Poker attire, the hat, coat and sunglasses. Einhorn thinks Apple is extremely undervalued and said it could be a $1 trillion dollar company. Which means Apple could hit $1000 a share.
parks in New York. I'm guessing they're about the same age but I think Gasparino might have the edge on Adami. Adami is set to
CNBC has a little Facebook IPO countdown button in the upper right hand corner of their homepage, and it's sponsored by TD Ameritrade. That's not all though, once you click over on the link you're taken to a rather nice page with all the articles about the Facebook IPO you could ever want to read in your lifetime. Facebook, which will trade under the ticker FB (I was hoping it was going to be POKE or LIKE or better yet HOODIE), is set to price on May 17 and then go live for trading on
CNBC Fast Money contributor, lawyer, father, actor, film consultant, author, founder of fund of hedge funds SkyBridge Capital, philanthropist, potential Aflac Duck, popinjay, Wall Street's human pinata, and Jersey Shore breakout star, Anthony Scaramucci, gets a lovely profile in NY Mag. There a number of fantastic quotes in the piece, but the highlight comes right at the get go - I can just picture Scaramucci's pearly whites:
“A lot of people are upset with me about Sarah Palin,” says Scaramucci, his white, even-toothed smile suggesting this couldn’t make him happier. “I am a total shit-stirrer,” he confirms.
Alec Baldwin took to Twitter to comment on said interview:
Perhaps the greatest thing about the Bubba Watson 'photo bomb' is how CNBC's Kayla Tausche starts cracking up as he walks back and forth behind the set. Here's the actual Darren Rovell interview with Bubba. I wonder if he's taken off the green jacket
Arianna Huffington posted this picture of Warren Buffett in his office. As you can see, Buffett has an old television, this ain't no flat screen, and there's no computer or laptop or iPhone or Blackberry or any smart phone. In fact, there's probably no gadget of any sort in his office. He just has an old TV turned to CNBC and his financial wits, which are vast. Looking at the picture though you'd think it was taken like 20 years ago. But I'm sure he has a small fridge stocked full of Diet Coke next to the desk.
I'm guessing Joe Weisenthal was a little bit nervous when he came on CNBC's show Street Signs in his first ever CNBC appearance. But thankfully he had a wild and crazy man next to him holding an iPad with an oven mitt over his head. Cramer said he wasn't actually going to hit Joe with the iPad but was heating him up. This all because the "new" iPad is said to be like 12 degrees hotter than the previous one. What was impressive though was how Joe remained calm and cool in the face of Jim Cramer hovering over
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