How AI is transforming Hollywood
Artificial Intelligence is transforming virtually every industry around the world, with the latest developments bringing changes to movie production. In Hollywood, one company - Deep Voodoo - is changing the way studios create visual eff...
Explained: Why DeSantis took on Disney
The political feud between Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Disney has been heating up for the last few months. In April 2023, Disney filed a First Amendment lawsuit accusing the governor of waging a 'targeted campaign of government retalia...
Microsoft announces new AI features, products
CNBC's Steve Kovach joins 'Power Lunch' to report on Microsoft latest A.I. unveiling and Google's CEO remarks on the emerging technology.
'I'm the reason OpenAI exists': Elon Musk
Tesla and Twitter CEO Elon Musk sits down with CNBC’s David Faber for an exclusive interview from Austin, Texas, during Tesla’s annual shareholder meeting.
NBCU's Linda Yaccarino to be Twitter CEO?
According to a Wall Street Journal report, NBCU's Head of Advertising Linda Yaccarino is poised to become the next CEO of Twitter. This just hours after Elon Musk announced he had hired a new CEO via Twitter.
Tucker Carlson to relaunch show on Twitter
Former Fox News host Tucker Carlson has announced he will bring a “new version” of his top-rated show to Twitter. Carlson made the announcement in a clip posted on Twitter in which he railed against the mainstream media in the United Sta...
Cramer on Fed's 25bp rate hike
'Mad Money' host Jim Cramer discusses results from the Fed meeting including the latest rate hike moves, the stock markets reaction to Fed Chair Powell's comments, and what to expect out of Apple's quarterly earnings report.
Why trains keep derailing in the U.S.
A string of train derailments have captured the attention of lawmakers in Washington. Corporations within the freight rail industry have redesigned their businesses to maximize efficiency. Some of these strategic corporate decisions may ...
Biden's 2022 tax returns released
White House releases President Biden's 2022 tax returns. CNBC's Kayla Tausche reports on newly released tax returns from the White House on Tax Day.
Google 'panic' over Samsung search defection
Samsung's reported decision to switch its default device search engine to Microsoft's Bing has sparked 'panic' at Google, as the tech giant grapples with a growing loss of market share. Shares in its parent company Alphabet plummeted aft...
Here's what led Virgin Orbit to bankruptcy
Virgin Orbit seemed like a promising company. It was well capitalized, had a dedicated team of talent and a functioning launch system. But launch delays, an inability to land a major customer and an evolving satellite launch market event...
Intelligence leak suspect arrested
A Massachusetts Air National Guard member and gun enthusiast who emerged as the main person of interest in the disclosure of highly classified military documents on the Ukraine war has been taken into custody by FBI agents. Jack Teixeira...
'Twitter Inc' no more
Twitter Inc. has ceased to be an independent company after merging with a newly formed shell firm called X Corp. Joanna Stern, Wall Street Journal personal technology columnist, and Americus Reed, professor at Wharton School of Business ...
Biden's 'social media army'
Joe Biden's new digital strategy uses influencers to reach voters. Sophia Cai, national politics reporter for Axios, and Joanne Lipman, Yale University lecturer, join the show to discuss a White House effort to create a 'social media arm...
Deposits at all U.S. banks steady: Fed
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports on moves in U.S. bank deposits as of the week ending March 15th.
Where do EV batteries go when they die?
Dozens of electric vehicles are scheduled to debut in the next few years and more than 300 million electric vehicles are expected to be on the world's roads by 2030. The estimated lifetime of an EV battery is 12 to 15 years in moderate c...
Elon Musk's $14 trillion warning
Tesla CEO Elon Musk unveils 'master plan' for renewable energy. Gene Munster, Deepwater Asset Management; Gordon Johnson, GLJ Research CEO; and founderChris Wright, Library Energy CEO, join the show to discuss Elon Musk's 'master plan' t...
Taiwan’s Tsai defies China, meets US Speaker
U.S. Rep. Kevin McCarthy meets with Taiwan's president despite China's warnings. Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, joins the show to discuss lawmakers' meeting with the president of Taiwan.
The rise of dumb phones
Dumb phones are growing in popularity in the U.S., and they still make up about a quarter of mobile phones actively in use worldwide. Affordability in developing countries is a significant benefit, but their resurgence in the U.S. may be...
Virgin Orbit exec calls out leadership
Virgin Orbit COO calls out leadership after bankruptcy in scathing e-mail. CNBC's Michael Sheetz joins the show to discuss trouble at Virgin Orbit.
Touring Palm Beach's only private island
Featuring 11 beds and 22 baths, multiple pools, plus a private tennis pavilion and your very own yacht dock, this home on Palm Beach's only private island stretches over 21,000 square feet. CNBC's Robert Frank tours what could be the mos...
Jim Cramer on 'China rising'
Mad Money host Jim Cramer gives his take on China and the impact of its reopening on the global markets.
The future of U.S. tank force
The U.S. military relies on the Abrams tank to be a bedrock of power in any potential conflict, but with war entering a new era, will these giant tracked behemoths equipped with massive cannons still be the cornerstone of land warfare?