TSA: TV Crew Tried To Get Through Newark Airport Security Checkpoint With Fake BombAt least seven people who said they worked for a TV crew were arrested at Newark Liberty International Airport Thursday, after they allegedly tried to film themselves going through a security checkpoint with a fake explosive.
Alex Rodriguez Hosting CNBC Pilot Helping Financially Troubled AthletesThe former Yankee is set to host a reality TV show pilot focusing on helping former pro athletes in financial trouble.
Republican Candidates Not Happy With CNBC DebateThe candidates complained during their face-off Wednesday evening that the CNBC moderators' questions were hostile and based on inaccurate premises.
Trump: CNBC Agrees Next GOP Debate Will Be 2 HoursDonald Trump claims CNBC has agreed that the next GOP debate will be two hours long after he and fellow Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson threatened a boycott over its proposed format.
Jay-Z: New Jersey Nets To Become 'Brooklyn Nets'Jay-Z and the Nets are in a Brooklyn state of mind. But not everyone was impressed with the team's media blitz tip off.
CNN Cancels Former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer's TV Show 'In The Arena'The Eliot Spitzer experiment is over at CNN. The network reshuffled its prime-time schedule on Wednesday, canceling the former New York governor's 8 p.m. show, "In the Arena.''
B&C Morning Show: CNBC's Maria Bartiromo Talks Softball With Boomer & CartonMaria Bartiromo played for the Yankees' squad in yesterday''s "Softball Extravaganza" in the Bronx. She called in to talk with Boomer & Craig on Tuesday about the wonderful afternoon.
Longtime CNBC Anchor Mark Haines Dies UnexpectedlyMark Haines, co-anchor of CNBC's morning "Squawk on the Street'' show, died unexpectedly on Tuesday evening, the network said. He was 65.
Derek Jeter's No. 2 Tops 2010 MLB Jersey SalesLast week, Derek Jeter was voted New York's all-time favorite athlete in a Siena College poll. This week,the shortstop has been crowned king of MLB jersey sales.
Obama: Main Street Feels Beat Up By Wall StreetAt a town-hall meeting in PA on Monday, President Obama said there are people in the country that feel he's been too soft on Wall Street.