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CNBC is an American pay television business news channel owned by NBCUniversal News Group, a division of NBCUniversal, with both indirectly owned by Comcast.



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Addie Joseph

Addie Joseph is a student at Baruch College majoring in Journalism & Creative Writing and minoring in Photography. …

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Carolyn Horwitz

I'm a longtime journalist with a focus on architecture, design, travel, and lifestyle. I've held senior roles (executive …

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Monica Pitrelli

Journalist/Editor/Lawyer

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Shannon Linderoth

An experienced writer, editor and public relations account executive, I am passionate about serving the information needs of …

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Adeline Ee

A business journalist and TV producer with 14+ years of experience, covering finance and technology stories.

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Ian Krietzberg

I am a journalism student at The College of New Jersey who is actively pursuing a career as …

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Últimos artículos

Maine insurance agency faces online backlash after racist Juneteenth sign

An insurance agency in Millinocket, Maine, is facing online backlash after a photo circulated on Facebook of a sign taped to the business's door on Monday saying, "Juneteenth ~it's whatever... We're closed. Enjoy your fried chicken & collard greens." The image of the sign at the Harry E Reed Insurance Agency, an affiliate of national insurer Progressive, was originally shared by a Facebook user by the name Alura Stillwagon, with the caption "the racism in Millinocket is real." The original post
By Ian Krietzberg
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Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin selling ownership stake in Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Devils

Billionaire Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin announced Wednesday that he is selling his 10% stake in the parent company that owns the Philadelphia 76ers and New Jersey Devils, citing a conflict of interest with Fanatics' collectibles and planned sports betting operations. Rubin has no plans to buy into a different team after he sells his stake in Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment, a person familiar with the matter told CNBC. His focus is instead on Fanatics, the sports e-commerce company that has
By Ian Krietzberg
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Naomi Osaka launches media company in partnership with Lebron James

Tennis Player, Naomi Osaka poses for a photo with LeBron James #23 of the Los Angeles Lakers after the game on April 4, 2019 at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, California. Four-time Grand Slam winner Naomi Osaka is launching a media production company in partnership with The SpringHill Company, a media conglomerate created by Lebron James. The production company, called Hana Kuma, will produce scripted and nonfiction content, starting with a New York Times documentary about Patsy Mink, the firs
By Ian Krietzberg
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GM is raising the price of its electric Hummer starting this weekend

GM said Friday that it is increasing the price of its electric Hummer by $6,250, effective Saturday. The company blamed higher prices for parts, technology and logistics. All reservations placed before Saturday are exempt from the increase, the company said. The Hummer EV pickup truck currently goes for about $80,000 to $100,000. The announcement comes after several automakers hiked the cost of their electric vehicles in recent weeks. The war in Ukraine and ongoing supply chain challenges hav
By Ian Krietzberg
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U.S. actor Kevin Costner's travel app aims to tell people about America's history

Academy Award winner Kevin Costner's U.S.-based travel app, HearHere, aims to tell stories on the people who first inhabited North America and the complete history of the United States, including the "most unflattering parts." CNBC's Monica Pitrelli reports.
By Monica Pitrelli
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Why would an Oscar-winning actor create a travel app? Kevin Costner shares his story

Kevin Costner discusses HearHere, the road trip app he co-founded that sends short stories to travelers when they approach places with an interesting backstory. Kevin Costner knows a good story when he hears one. That's why he said he was intrigued when he heard about an app designed to alert travelers of notable, yet often unnoticed, places of interest along their journeys. "I'm the guy that driving around America … when you see those bronze markers along the way, I want to stop. I want to rea
By Monica Pitrelli
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A travel guide is fleeing Ukraine — and hosting free online ‘tours’ along the way

Her virtual tours around Kyiv normally attract between 30 and 100 people. But more than 1,800 tuned in to Olga Dudakova's livestreamed tours in Ukraine following the Russian invasion. The first tour was scheduled with only a few hours' notice, she said. "It was totally unprepared," she said. "I didn't have a plan … I just wanted to show my soul and the tragedy of the situation. … This war is totally unjustified, and it's unprovoked." Dudakova said so many people were posting questions during the
By Monica Pitrelli
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