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…which in turn reminded him of Dorothy’s shoes à la the Wizard of Oz and which naturally called for another edition of what for some reason has become a series of interviews with CNBC employees, by CNBC employees. In addition to shoes, other topics covered include flying monkeys. Read more »

  • 25 May 2011 at 9:57 AM

Mark Haines Has Died

Very sad news. Read more »

  • 12 May 2011 at 2:54 PM

Has Amanda Drury Ever Been ‘Locked In A Tower’?

…her colleague, Brian Steel, who “couldn’t help but notice” Mandy’s resemblance to Rapunzel, wants to know? According to Drury, when she’s “naughty at work” they lock her up in the studio out back, but she’s not sure that constitutes a tower, or if she’d let her hair down for Mark Haines to climb up. Read more »

In what appears to now be a series of desk-side interviews on a Flip-Cam, MCC tells colleague Brian Steel that she likes basketball because the players are tall and the 40 pairs of shoes she bought in the two days after Lehman Brothers went under, including her favorites (a pair of Christian Louboutins for $100). Read more »

If you’re worried about tearing up yourself at work, remind yourself this isn’t good-bye forever. Read more »

  • 06 May 2011 at 10:23 AM

Is Today Erin Burnett’s Last Day On CNBC? (Update)

No one has said anything but…the standing ovation on the floor of the NYSE, the “good luck, Erin” from Jane Wells, the hints being dropped by Haines and, as one of you noticed, what appear to have been tears in EB’s eyes at the start of the program seem to suggest yes?

Update: And yes, it’s been confirmed today is the day (though Burnett will say her final good-bye Street Signs at 2PM).

Update II: Erin has gifted Haines with a pack of camel magnets, a keychain, a card she was insistent he not read on air, and Cheetos-flavored lip gloss. Read more »