Vinny Troia, Night Lion Security, shares details of the hack attack on Sony; and Miles Nadal, MDC Partners CEO, weighs in on cybersecurity efforts in his own business. Troia says Sony will feel the effects of this for some time.
We found Gus Barber laying right here, wadded up in a little ball. Gus was only this thick. It went in through his left hand, entered here, and the bullet exited four inches higher on the opposite side.
Lisa Blanco is the tour guide for a closer look at the fourth annual Scottsdale Polo Championships, American's most attended polo event.
Steve Rivera, Matt Moreno and Anthony Gimino discuss the state of affairs for Arizona's unbeaten basketball team heading into Saturday's big game vs. Gonzaga.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at which sectors are moving after Friday's better-than-expected jobs number.
CNBC's Jane Wells reports the latest on Orion's mission. NASA's unmanned spacecraft has reached 3600 miles above the surface of the earth.
21 football fans arrested after clashes between rival supporters in Madrid on Sunday have been charged for their involvement in the brawl.
Can police cameras make a difference? Steve Ward, Vievu founder and CEO, discusses how cameras for cops reduce police complaints, and explains the capabilities of the device.
Mike Walker knew about complaints surrounding the 700. In fact, his own memos obtained by CNBC show he repeatedly raised concerns about the gun he designed.
Tony Wible, Janney Montgomery Scott, explains why he is cautious about the outlook on television stocks.
Scott Minerd, Guggenheim Partners, discusses how falling oil prices is impacting the euro, multinational earnings and Europe's economy.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the latest data on natural gas inventories.
In 1948, before the gun went on sale, Mike Walker proposed a design alternative, laid out in this memo, a safety that would lock the trigger in place, preventing it from falling out of alignment and allowing the gun to go off.
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers reflects on their recent form, and looks ahead to their December fixtures.
Fast food workers are protesting and calling for $15 minimum wage. Insight, with Kendall Fells, Fast Food Forward national organizing director.
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