CNBC

  • Cramer on Comcast-Fox bid: CEO Brian Roberts tends to get what he wants

    CNBC’s Jim Cramer said Wednesday that he wouldn’t count out Comcast Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts on a successful bid for Twenty-First Century Fox assets just yet. “What Brian Roberts wants he tends to get,” Cramer, whose charitable trust owns shares of Comcast, said on “Squawk Box.” He added...
  • Famous Game Show coming back !

    CNBC is joining TV’s revival bandwagon, setting a pact with Endemol Shine North America for new episodes of the game show “Deal or No Deal.” Howie Mandel will be back as host of the show that aired from 2005 through 2009 in primetime on NBC. CNBC said the show was...
  • O’Reilly’s Plan To Smear His Accusers Appears To Be Backfiring

    In an attempt to defend himself after numerous women accused him of sexual misconduct, Bill O’Reilly tried to paint the women as liars out for fat settlement checks. It’s an argument also employed by President Donald Trump and countless other men accused of misconduct over the years. But the...
  • Google Analyst says if YouTube were a stock it’d be worth..

    Google’s Youtube is worth at least $75 billion, leading tech analyst Victor Anthony says. If it were a stock, that would make YouTube worth just more than five Twitters. Google-parent Alphabet has a market cap of $661.8 billion. If Google’s YouTube were a stock, it would be “worth at...