• 16 Mar 2011 at 2:57 PM

Trish Regan Quits CNBC

Effective today, the contents of her desk suggest. Read more »

“In the best possible way”? Read more »

While a new study offensively suggests that no news is ever actually broken on CNBC and that those banners are just for decoration, it does offer some helpful tips: Read more »

  • 10 Feb 2011 at 10:30 AM

NBC: Mubarak Will Resign Tonight

Current vice-president Omar Suleiman will take over the presidency, sources said. [CNBC]

  • 07 Feb 2011 at 3:30 PM

Don’t Count On Being Invited Back To CNBC, Dr. Oz!

Unless producers have a new rule in which they encourage guests to measure female hosts’ waists and read the number aloud, especially when it’s higher than the one you just told people was the most she could be for that height. Read more »

Are you ready? Surely Maria’s done her homework and prepared for this interview like any other, but in the event she’s looking for some last minute questions, any suggestions?

  • 13 Dec 2010 at 12:23 PM

Confidential To CNBC: You Need More Ken Langone

From the random walking on set, the declaration of love for Lloyd Blankfein, the lack of an indoor voice, the accusation that David Faber dyes his hair and later, the shoulder squeezes and kisses on the head, KL’s got regular contributor material written all over him. Just something to think about. Read more »