Knucklehead, 32, rams 2 cars
at Bentley dealer; $500K damage

Not slept in about 3 days; might have suffered panic attack

‘Zero’ chance of Lake Mead water shortage

Only 31% possibility in 2019



Ex-Jefferson Starship guitarist, 62, can sue band

Paper: "After Kantner’s death in January 2016, Chaquico — who had left the group in 1990 — sued the remaining members, saying the agreement to use the band’s former name had perished along with Kantner"

Drunkard, 36, ignites gasoline fire on neighbor’s lawn: cops

"I'm trying to figure out why someone would want to kill me over a swear word"



Kevin Plank, 45, exits Trump manufacturing council

Company "engages in innovation and sports, not politics"
Ex-MCD CEO: Trump "lost a bit of a fan in me"

Man, 92, eager for eclipse

Last one in 1979: "It came all of a sudden on us and I missed it"

Connecticut aiming at businesses that use ‘zappers’

"I just think we have reached a point of saying to the people of the state of Connecticut that if there is $200 million or $300 million that is not being remitted ... we have an obligation to the rest of the taxpayers of the state to make those people live by the same rules that everybody else is living by"



Viewer contacts TV station about dust on Vegas’ Luxor

Extreme heat, rain limiting window washers' time



University of Illinois to use single logo

Column "I," used by nonathletics since 1997, will be retired



Val Kilmer, 57, in Tombstone for Doc Holli-Days

Not participating in gunfight re-enactments



Steelers’ T.J. Watt gets 2 sacks on opponent’s first 2 pass plays

"Phenomenal. From time he's come in, OTAs and training camp, he hasn't been overwhelmed by any day. You saw it out here today; the first two pass rushes he gets, he gets sacks on and played a phenomenal game"



Died: Alan Peckolick, 76, designed GM logo

"Basically, for me, if a word was a beautiful word, it wasn't the sound of the word that intrigued me but the look of the word. I saw each letterform as a piece of design. Cat is not 'cat' — it's c-a-t. That's what led to the beginning of the expressive topography"

More than 100 Applebees, up to 25 IHOPs to close

"We are investing in the empowerment of our brands by improving overall franchisee financial health, closing underperforming restaurants and enhancing the supply chain"

I-280 lanes blocked at rush hour by crashed garbage truck

"Vehicles are driving all over, trying to get off the freeway"



Man sunk in corn 2 hours walks out of grain bin

Hole was cut to allow the corn to spill out onto ground

Couple pose as homebuyers to steal at open houses: cops

Walked through homes, stole jewelry and other items

Thug, 20, shot in the butt

"10 minutes later, another man was shot in the same neighborhood"



ESPN drag

Cable division operating income down 23%

Died: Jake Highton, 86, fearsome journalism professor

"He was as subtle as a chainsaw, but he never forgot a student"
"If you got a B in his class you had a special place in heaven. If you got an A, you went straight to heaven"

Seattle adding cars as fast as people

"Among the 10 most densely populated big cities, Seattle easily has the most cars per capita — even more than Los Angeles"

Alaskans making $10,000 renting cars, RV over internet

"I haven't seen any drawbacks so far, but I've only just started doing this"
RV for $200 a night: "It rented for a month and a half straight"

$78,000 debt for a Harvard theater degree

Yale averages $14,000



Socialite daughter, 21, of ballet greats busted for burglaries

Paper: "Featured in a 2013 Vanity Fair portrait gallery of 'debutantes' pictured at the annual Paris fashion who’s who event ... also contributed an article to Teen Vogue in 2015 about the importance of taking a gap year titled 'How I Took a Year Off Before Starting College, and Why You Should Too'"

Oahu condo prices soar to record $425,000

"It's like an escalator. It's going up and up and up at a really constant rate. It has been doing that for about 5 years here on Oahu"



Violent crime on Vegas Strip up 13% y-o-y, down since March

"The vision of the station is to crush crime and care about the community and we take that literally"
"We're going to do our damnest to make sure those crime numbers go in the right direction"

Was cop getting carbon monoxide from Ford squad car?

"He'd been having headaches for a while and sleepy when driving the vehicle. Took a vacation for about a week and didn't have that problem. Came back and he had it again"

Apartment resident, 33, opens fire at armed intruder, 52

Not being detained because he acted in self-defense of his unit



NFL Hall of Fame Game ratings match NBA, baseball playoffs

"The Major League Baseball playoffs, with both the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians making gripping runs to the World Series, had only 1 game with better ratings than Thursday's meaningless Hall of Fame game"




TGIF: Sara in red

Coffee mug ready to go for "Worldwide Exchange"



‘The Job Interview’ headlines CNBC fall primetime lineup

Season 12 of "American Greed" in the works; "Empires of New York" in development

Scoop of ice cream too expensive for the poor in Greenwich

Low-income residents "won't be able to live in Old Greenwich. They won't be able to afford shopping at Kings — maybe a slice of pizza at Acadia or Dunkin Donuts. They couldn't even get a scoop of ice cream at Darlene's. Not saying they don't deserve it. But everything is high"

Woman guns down thug, 27, who entered home at 2:30 a.m.

"It was either him or me and I wasn't going, my kids weren't going to get hurt and they weren't going to see me get hurt"
Neighbor: "There was nothing that would make you think (you) got to keep your eye out for her"
Cops: "Don't normally respond to calls in this area"
Grateful: "I thank God it played out the way it did. I hate that someone had to lose their life, but he shouldn't have come and brought his a-- in my house, excuse my language"
Husband on remaining suspect: "They better catch him before I get them"

Woman catches man digging in SoCal trash cans for papers

"I pull up and I see this stranger going through my neighbor's trash. I was shocked because it's my neighborhood and those are my neighbors and I was concerned because of identity theft and anything that goes along with somebody stealing your personal papers ... It was kind of weird that he grabbed a postcard, he read it, and then put it in his pocket, and he just kept going through paperwork ... It happens all the time, all hours, different people going through the trash, picking up cans, picking up god knows what ..."



Did female deputy collect drug debt for inmate?

"We don't know at this point if it was any sort of a romantic relationship or just a business relationship. I can tell you, and you know well, any relationship is unacceptable … We're human. We had lives before we start our career. It's up to us to end those relationships when we choose to get into this profession. Clearly in this case that didn't occur"

Student, 15, gets perfect ACT score, 36

Less than 1/10th of 1%

Justine Bateman, 51, congratulates Delta gate agent

"just did a very good job of handling the situation/passengers of a delayed flight at MSP"

‘Twelve O’Clock High’ actress, 95, in court in Va. traffic fiasco

Paper: "As she was began to ease out of a parking space, she mistakenly hit the gas, rapidly accelerating in reverse … The result was more than $50,000 in damage to 5 vehicles and Target property, including $25,000 to Manherz's Cadillac"

Kate Upton, 25, ‘delaying everything’ about Verlander, 34, wedding

"The planning process is really difficult. All of my friends. I'm so sick of answering their questions. They're like, 'can I have this, can I have that, can I bring this plus-one. I'm like, no, you just met her"



Killed off: Harvard Law guide lists Scaramucci, 53, as dead

Associated Press: "The directory included an asterisk next to Scaramucci's name indicating that he had been reported dead since the previous edition was released in 2011"
"The error will be corrected in subsequent editions"

Aspen-area maid accused of stealing for 3rd time

$800 in cash had gone missing 2 days before
Seen on camera opening money drawer "with a towel in a manner consistent with someone trying to conceal fingerprints"
Coffee: Lone Starbucks in Aspen closing

Farmers with unmanned stand learn lesson about human nature

"I'd stock the stand with $100 of produce in the morning and at the end of the day, there'd be $2 in the lockbox. This would go on day after day … We tried everything. We had framed pictures of my kids, and a sign that said we depend on this money to feed our kids. Please don't steal"
Paper: "The camera he installed caught pictures of a woman wearing a bathing suit who would come day after day to the stand, filling big bags with produce: 10 or 12 quarts of peas, 6 to 8 pounds of beets. And she would leave just a dollar or two behind"



Died: Jeanne Moreau, 89, New Wave star of ‘Jules and Jim’

Time magazine cover in 1965; honorary Oscar in 1998
Orson Welles: "The greatest actress in the world"

Greenwich Country Day Middle School demolition in progress

Paper: "Educators of many grades will use the construction as a 'teaching tool' throughout the year, Rohdie said. 'We're going to bring 3rd-graders in there and show them how a building stands up,' he said. 'It will be a good learning experience and that's capitalizing on the teachable moment'"

Woman, 27, filing complaint about police steals officer’s gun: cops

Seen on surveillance camera

Man, 20, fatally shot at sandpit target-practice session

Paper: "6 men were participating when one of their rifles jammed. 2 friends were working to clear the jam when Gallant walked into the line of fire and was shot accidentally from about 4-5 away"




Bust

Sully: "Friendly with many of us … Anthony obviously giving perhaps an unfortunate interview to the New Yorker magazine's Ryan Lizza in which he, uh, used some choice language … maybe the most short-lived tenure of any communications director in the White House"
Melissa: "Remember that initial White House press briefing in which he took the lectern and basically wowed a lot of people, they really thought that, uh, Scaramucci had done an excellent job, that initial day, uh, and then it seemed to be sort of a descent from there"
Tyler: "This sounds like, Mr. Scaramucci, meet General Kelly. Mr. General Kelly, meet Mr. Scaramucci. And that does sounds like it did not go well"
Kayla: "You can bet that this is going to be toward the top of the list of the questions that (Sarah Huckabee Sanders) will be receiving … His appointment in the beginning ruffled feathers … at first the president really liked it, but then when Anthony Scaramucci became the story … reports in Page 6 in the New York Post about his family drama"
John Harwood: "The likeliest scenario, that, uh this is something that John Kelly, uh, who means to impose discipline on the White House staff, uh, insisted upon … Obviously in any normal White House, he would've been fired as soon as that interview took place"
Kayla: Kelly "is definitely not someone that if you are in the White House you want to be messing with"
Tony Fratto: "You can't parachute into those jobs any more than I can parachute into being a hedge fund manager"
Melissa: "It's simply bad judgment isn't it"
Pat Buchanan: Kelly "basically was repelled by what Scaramucci said and the way he said it … and he exercised immediate and swift and decisive command … I think it's an extremely healthy sign of the potential of the general ... his first step was dramatic and impressive and correct"
Sully: "President Obama went through 4 chiefs of staff in 4 years … and that was a record by the way"
John: "This is, um, a disorderly White House from the top, and that's really the problem"
Sully: "Robert Costa tweeting right now saying uh that uh apparently according to his sources the president did not like the vulgarity in the New Yorker article … He does not drink, he does not smoke, he does not necessarily curse … "



SNAP judgment: Seema devastating in royal blue

Knee-buckling morning on "Worldwide Exchange"



$478,000: Italian poster for ‘Casablanca’ ties record

Matches 2014 price for "London After Midnight," 1927 Chaney film

Man, 54, sued over half of $1.24 mil. jackpot wins case 11-1

Back to Bossier City casino: "I ain't going to change nothing I do"
Paper: "Throughout the 4-day trial, it became clear that neither Cutbirth nor the Newmans have any of the money left ... Lacey Newman testified that she bought a $63,000 truck for herself the day she returned from Louisiana and a $41,000 truck that she gave to a friend. She later asked the friend to give the truck back, which he did"

‘More and more’ saying Keystone Pipeline unnecessary

"The biggest fake news story of the year ... Too much time has passed, too much controversy, the economics no longer work, and the need is far less"

Angelina, 42, disputed Vanity Fair account of child audtions

"I am upset that a pretend exercise in an improvisation, from an actual scene in the film, has been written about as if it was a real scenario. The suggestion that real money was taken from a child during an audition is false and upsetting"

Home with ‘For Sale’ sign catches fire 2 straight days

"She's very lucky the dog woke her up ... He probably saved her life"



$500 billion

Behind only AAPL, GOOGL, MSFT

Firefighters chop off head of boa wrapped around owner’s neck

"The snake wouldn't release. Because of how close it was wrapped around her, there were no other options, from what I understand"

Beach residents complain: Tourists pooping everywhere

"They're using the ocean. They're using the dunes. Just a few weeks ago in broad daylight, we saw a gentleman come up behind this bush and do the No. 2, unfortunately. … I sit on my deck, and we see at least 10 to 15 people a day, minimum, at that's when I'm outside"



Scaramucci made $88,000 as Fox Business contributor

Mets stake worth up to $5 mil.; net worth between $44.8-$64.3 million



China forces propaganda film on 45% of nation’s movie screens

"We have been trying to negotiate a lower screen share, because 45% will be very difficult to reach and could seriously hurt our revenue for the weekend"

Thug, 23, pulls gun at gas station, gets shot, run over

Paper: "A man working at the gas station ran outside and fired a shot at the Audi while it was driving off, according to police reports. He ran over, picked up the 23-year-old man's gun and tossed it back into the Hyundai. He talked to someone inside the Hyundai, which sped off before police officers arrived"



Pepsi unafraid of ‘Redskins,’ makes long-term deal with team

"The way we look at this, it's a team and league decision in our perspective. And we certainly respect the Supreme Court's ruling on it"

Annoying commercial sinks in with Chicago alderman

Paper: "Ald. Ricardo Munoz (22nd) talked about the television commercial that shows robbers storming into a bank and quotes a security guard as saying, 'I'm just a monitor.' Turning to the officers, Munoz said, 'You are not monitors. … We are not gonna stand here and just allow the unilateral move to make them monitors'"



John Elway, 57, agrees to 5-year extension running Broncos

"Fully expected" to top the $3.75 million salary of Ozzie Newsome
Results: "He's got more leverage than any GM has had in quite a long time, because what were the Broncos like before he got there? There was a bit of a lull before he got there, and it's kind of hard to argue with the on-field success"

Mayor reports getting threats after property-tax increase

"They're not being rational"
Rage: One resident "charged up to his front door"



The New Comeback Kid: Scaramucci at White House

SkyBridge: Struggled to downplay concerns HNA, RON were buying influence
Davos: Tripped up by meeting with head of sanctioned Russian fund
Resurgence: Taking on CNN, winning was the "clincher"
Friday: "I love these guys; I respect these guys … The president has really good karma, O.K.? And the world turns back to him. He's genuinely a wonderful human being" … air-kiss to reporters …



Vegas tavern owner will let O.J. return for a meal

"If he wants to come and sit down as a guest, we'll treat him as a guest. I certainly don't look at him as a celebrity — not in my eyes. He's an ex-con"
"Always polite, never out of line, and he never got drunk"
Case fatigue: "It's a waste of time. That's it"

Reality show camera crew robbed at gunpoint in Oakland

Paper: "He said he was aware of photographers and film and television crews robbed in Oakland and other cities before but did not think his crew would need security since they shot mostly during the day with large groups of people present"



Paroled

"As a family, we recognize he is not a perfect man … But he has done his best"



Thug, 20, threatens to open fire at Steak N Shake over wrong order

"He was behind the counter, and he was threatening them. He was cussing, talking about how he's going to have somebody up he wanted his money back, we thought he was a worker that wanted his money ... I was scared, and I was panicking because people come and shoot stuff up every day at restaurants"
Cops: "He entered the restricted area of the kitchen to 'deal' with who he suspected prepared his food ... We hope he realizes at Hotel SEPD, we do not take special orders"



CNBC struggles to correctly spell ‘Lloyd’

"Judge" Scott Wapner: "They are likely watching uh right now"



Town to remove banners that ‘dishonor’ U.S. flag

They don't depict flag in mirror image on either side: "It's dishonoring to the flag and our country and what it stands for"
Woman, 79, funded banners in 2011 with $15,000 of own money: "Very underhanded and very disrespectful" for council to take action without notifying her
For 9/11, veterans: "I graduated from high-school in 1956. I knew many young men back then who went to war and were never recognized"

Man, 29, accused of $3.6 million Ponzi scheme

Paper: "Some of the investors confronted Spearman in 2014 when they weren't getting the returns they were promised. He confessed on-camera to the scheme and admitted himself for psychiatric evaluation at a hospital, according to court documents"



Country club searched in Ponzi scheme probe

"We're looking at everything. It appears at this point that it's similar to the Bernie Madoff deal, but not that extreme. I hope it's not what I think it is"

‘Junior Madoff’ facing 10 years for $10 mil. scheme

Collared in Vietnam: "It was a long but very worthwhile prosecution"

McDonald’s worker refused to serve uniformed cop

Paper: "The event was first broadcast online late Thursday through the officer’s wife, whose Facebook post had received more than 2,000 comments and 3,500 shares by Monday”

2 lawsuits claim ‘staggering’ copyright infringement by Spotify

Paper: "In comments to the U.S. Copyright Office and elsewhere, Spotify has acknowledged that identifying and locating the co-authors of each of the tens of millions of copyrighted musical works throughout its streaming platform is a daunting task"



Buy the dip?

AP: "The company says it shut down a location in Sterling, Virginia, on Monday after becoming aware of a 'small number' of reported illnesses. It says it is working with health authorities to understand the cause, but the reported symptoms are consistent with norovirus. Chipotle says it plans to reopen the restaurant Tuesday after a 'complete sanitization'"



Trump name comes down from Toronto hotel

Paper: "The building has been the target of lawsuits from investors who allege that they were led to believe the residential units would generate higher returns, but instead they lost money"

Home Depot fires veteran, 70, for confronting shoplifters

Military training kicked in … threw a paint roller extension pole toward suspects



‘Bubble Basket’ trouble

"The 2nd quarter was a bit of a head-scratcher. Our 5 biggest longs reported earnings that met or exceeded expectations, while our shorts announced earnings that mostly disappointed. Nonetheless, we lost money in the quarter. The bubble basket was particularly frustrating"



‘Hugely anti‑climactic’

"There was no tension, just ennui for the loser, relief for the winner"



Mrs. Mody, you’ve got a (stupendously) gorgeous daughter ...

Seema: "Oregon is known for their sea- for their seafood. My mom's salmon is the best that you will ever have. Maybe you'll have it one day"
Wilf: "Well that would be very nice. Mrs. Mody, if you're watching"
Wilf: "I've learned since I moved here that Oregon's famous for pinor noir"

Selfie causes $200,000 damage at L.A. popup gallery

"Crowns are fragile things. They are symbols of power. Perhaps it's ironic and meaningful that they fell"

Trick Pony in legal battle over band’s name

"We spent the better part of our lives doing what we love — writing, recording and playing music live. Without it and without our fans, there would be no Trick Pony. It was a shot in the gut not only to be told that we could no longer use the name of the band we worked so hard to establish, but that it is someone that was our manager and friend stopping us"



W. Va. gov blames legislature for CNBC’s worst state ranking

"The West Virginia Legislature keeps twiddling their thumbs while our state continues to stay locked in an 'economic death spiral.' The Legislature allowed West Virginia to sink even further down the list of worst states for business because they completely failed to adopt my vision of change. ... The entire world gets it. Why don't they? ... They had the chance to follow my new ideas and go big, but instead, they turned their backs on every West Virginia family. This analysis from CNBC only confirms that what the Legislature is doing is not working, and if we don't do something different, we'll all die 50th"
Ouch: Fewer than 12% over age 25 have a bachelor's

CEO exits 200-year-old pencilmaker Dixon Ticonderoga

ESPN's Lee Corso remains as director of business development

MGM exec, 67, falls down 2 flights of stairs at Aria

"Bobby will make a full recovery and be back at work soon"

Grandson of philanthropists, 38, dies in Calif. plane crash

William Sachs Goldman was an assistant professor at University of San Francisco

Group criticizes ‘Spider-Man’ movie profanity

"According to Movieguide's study, when adjusted for inflation, no superhero film with more than 25 curse words cracks the Top 100 movies in terms of box-office revenue"



Ax-throwing range debuting at Colonial Williamsburg

"Experience the 18th century like the people who created our nation. ... Kids, and kids of all ages, don't try this at home, try it at Colonial Williamsburg"
Attendance: Visitation roughly half of peak years of the mid-1970s



Sherman, 29: NFL players must be ‘willing to strike’ for NBA cash

"You're going to have to miss games, you're going to have to lose some money if you're willing to make the point, because that's how MLB and NBA got it done. They missed games, they struck, they flexed every bit of power they had, and it was awesome. It worked out for them"

$138,000 may qualify for ‘affordable housing’ in San Francisco

"This new legislation has ranges"

Tim Hortons franchisees chafing under corporate ownership

"Store owners are stocking up on bags of sugar at Costco, where it’s cheaper than what the corporate parent charges"

Research curator ‘shown the door’ while writing book

"It's going to be a nice book, but you can't live off it. It's not going to provide an income that's going to support a lifestyle. The guy had a job. He didn't have to leave his job"



Officers injured when cops, skateboarders square off

Residents complained of disruption, inability to use all of the street
Skater: "We literally shut down Dolores Street. They (police) were doing their job. That doesn't mean we always agree with it. It got very very serious very fast. Then the cops got involved and the skaters got mad"

No questions asked at Cabela’s-Bass Pro meeting

Opposed: "It does sound like they're going to keep the Cabela name, but for how long? It'll leave a lot of empty buildings"

Seattle is U.S. Crane Capital for 2nd year in a row

"It mainly has to do with the tech industry expanding big time here"



9-0: Seattle taxing the rich 2.25%

Applicable: For individuals making $250,000; $500,000 for married filing jointly
Rally: "Seattle should serve everyone, not just rich folks"
GOP chair urges residents not to pay it

Died: Gray Gustafson Reisfield, 85, niece, lone heiress of Garbo

"They were very close"



Highway 101 driver in carpool lane put mannequin in front seat

"Officer Enger, a trained observer of human nature and fashion, concluded it was far too warm for such a thick hoody. He called shenanigans, made a stop, and took the appropriate enforcement action"

Died: ‘Tiger Tom’ Mitchell, 100, acclaimed journalist

"My father, definitely, he made it all the way to the end zone. No interceptions. Compared to all his (8) brothers and sisters, he was not the youngest, but he outlived them all. His phrase was always cool, calm and collected"

Thug shot in the butt at 3:30 a.m.

"Not fully cooperating with the investigation"



Former CEO: Stop overselling college to the unprepared

"One-third of all students enrolling in college are academically unprepared. To address this deficiency, 29% of students in public 4-year colleges and 51% of students in public 2-year colleges currently take remedial coursework ... students and their families spent $1.3 billion annually for remedial college education, adding to our exploding student debt problem ... Only half of the students enrolling in a remedial college program will complete a credit-bearing course. Far fewer will graduate. At 2-year schools, it's reported that only 15% of students who start with remedial coursework will graduate ... The customary, but misleading, answer is that college pays for itself. The oft-repeated statistic is that college graduates earn on average $32,000 more per year than high school graduates. ... It is the interests and talent of the individual student that will determine if a college degree increases his or her lifetime earnings ... According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 69% of high school graduates enroll in college, but only 27% of existing jobs and jobs projected to be created through 2022 require a college degree. ... Instead of promoting pipe dreams, we should be encouraging pipe fitters"

Wash. no longer requires biology test to graduate

AP: "The class of 2017 had been the first class required to pass a biology exam. About 3,300 high school seniors failed it"



AMZN nearly walked before lifting WFM bid from $41 to $42

Goldman Sachs' feelings hurt by request for $45: "The Goldman Sachs representatives expressed their disappointment at the price specified in [Whole Foods'] counterproposal as they had previously informed ... that Amazon.com believed that it had made a very strong bid"
Every dollar matters: "As a last stretch," made $42 "best and final offer"



Loren Toews, 65, signature finishes ’70s Steelers helmet

"Took his time, practicing his autograph in the air, before signing it below Lambert's name"
Fan: Had collected 21 of 22 players from all 4 Super Bowl champs, plus coach
Pen splattered for Noll: "The first thing he did was pick up a rag and tried to wipe the ink off. Instead, he smeared it. My wife, Karen, painstakingly flaked every ounce of paint off. You can't even tell that it ever happened"
Steve Furness: Heard DL had died, realized it wasn't true, got autograph
Sam Davis: "He was shaky. His signature is not the best, but it's there"
Worth: "I'd probably put a price of $1,500 on it and take offers from there"

Fox Biz host Charles Payne suspended

"This matter is being thoroughly investigated and we are taking all of the appropriate steps to reach a resolution in a timely manner"

Town may pay criminals not to shoot people

"Participants have the opportunity to earn up to $12,000 per year"

Died: Joan Lee, 93, wife of Marvel Comics mogul Stan Lee

Told him: "Before you quit, why don't you write one comic you are proud of?"



Ronda Rousey, 30, reports burglary of California home

"Someone had been squatting in my house for, like, 3 days, sleeping in my bed, stole my Olympic rings, stole my guns, stole all my precious jewelry, every headphone in the house, credit cards ... a bunch of kids with skateboards ... What little punks"

Principal demoted to teacher, takes $42,000 pay cut

Paper: "Was criticized for dressing up as President Donald Trump for Halloween while the school's secretary dressed up as candidate Hillary Clinton in prison garb"

St. Louis Federal Reserve interns make $13-$18 per hour

Starting salary range for graduates with experience is $50,000–$55,000



Trump engraved golf irons up for auction

"One of Trump's former caddies, Andrew Lombardo, had been gifted a set of TaylorMade RAC TP Forged irons that Trump had apparently been given by former TaylorMade CEO Mark King"

Man twice run over by garbage truck

Riding bicycle in alley
Mistakes: Resident learns disappearing cans were no prank; "It shows [the arm] going up, and it shows it coming down empty. No can there. It's very obvious that can ended up in the truck. I was like, 'Oh my god, I cannot believe this guy took my trash can and never left a note or anything'"



Christine McVie, 73, thanks ‘Boston’ at Chicago concert

Critic: "Struggled to hit all the notes in 'You Make Loving Fun' ... 'Wish You Were Here' summed up the general sentiment of the night: This just doesn't feel right without Mick Fleetwood, Stevie Nicks and John McVie"

Sheriff headed to court over bar fight

"Had been kept quiet until this weekend ... over money on a pool table"



Hundreds rescued at Waikiki ‘floatilla’

"Lifeguards estimate 8,000 to 10,000 people attended the party and hundreds had to be rescued from the water ... lifeguards were extremely busy and stayed overtime until 7:30 p.m. because of the event"

Numerous car break-ins in west end of Greenwich

"Don't leave valuables in your cars, and lock your cars. Identify theft can be an issue if you leave credit cards inside"

Jeff Bridges, 67, sells Calif. mansion for $15.93 million

$7 million profit

Tom McClellan: Stocks to go ‘screaming higher’

"When you have a big range day like that for the VIX, it's a huge tell that there's just this emotional washout ... Late 2018 is going to start some ugliness that's going to last into 2019 and it's going to remind everybody of 2008. Don't worry about that yet. We've got a year to go"




CNBC superfox Aditi Roy on fire into holiday week

Cutest bite of a burger in recent memory



Bob Weir, 69: Grateful Dead ‘under-rehearsed’ for Fare Thee Well

"We hadn't been on tour. We'd done a couple of warmup dates and that was it. So we weren't, to my way of thinking, hot. We didn't have hot hands. I kind of lament not having putting in more rehearsal time for the Fare Thee Well shows, but it just wasn't possible given everybody's schedules"

Altria buys its corporate headquarters for $20.8 million

"We decided it makes sense to own rather than lease"



$50 mil.: Record Malibu land sale

"Not only are we going to break ground next week, but we are going to build five houses simultaneously. Each one is going to be extremely different, but with the same feeling and vibe but with different shapes. They will all scream 'architecture,' and we are going for a mid-century modern with a lot of warmth"

County commissioner allegedly shouted slurs from pontoon

"Friend — who was not identified by police — then threatened to urinate on the man's lawn, but stopped once he saw a neighbor approaching, police said … After the incident, police claim Shapiro's boat became stuck on a sandbar"
"Commissioners became concerned at the March meeting, according to Board Chair Mark Young, after Shapiro asked a man who spoke during public comments if he ever saw the movie 'Die Hard,' because the man appeared to have the same name as a character in the film"

Melee at car dealership after loan falls through

Paper: "The business owner was removing the license plates from the vehicle when the suspect punched him several times, knocking him to the ground. Witnesses told deputies that the attacker then stood over the victim and repeatedly hit him in the face and head. … 2 women had barged into the business to scream at the owner regarding the earlier incident … One of the women … was accused of picking up a computer from the owner's desk and slamming it down and then threatening to burn down the owner’s house. Additional deputies were called in as the crowd became increasingly agitated … One man came toward the officers with clenched fists and a barrage of curse words ..."

College gets $458,502 grant to address decline in church attendance

Paper: "Program director said that studies have found that 70% of those raised in the church leave by the time they're in their 20s, and that one-third of those under 30 in the United States claim to have 'no religion'"

Bison rams couple, 74, 72, at Yellowstone

Visitors asked to adopt "safe selfie" policy



School superintendent gets $27,000 raise

Applying for job in different district "scared (the board) to death"
Stats: Female state university president makes $910,000, maybe highest in country



R2-D2 sells for $2.76 million

Luke's light saber also for sale

Aaron Sorkin, 56, changes Hollywood agencies

Continues to be repped by Frankfurt Kurnit



L.A. approves Lucas museum

Not "a vanity project" … "This kind of art is very important, and it's especially important to adolescents"



CNN accepts 3 resignations, apologizes to Scaramucci

AP: "The story was posted on the network's website on Thursday and was removed, with all links disabled, Friday night"
Anthony: "Did the right thing. Classy move. Apology accepted. Everyone makes mistakes. Moving on"

California might add cancer-warning label to Roundup

Monsanto VP: "This is not the final step in the process. We will continue to aggressively challenge this improper decision"

Woman says she was shot in the butt at Blue Flame lounge

Claims tire blew out while driving to hospital
Police find no evidence; lounge owner says there was no shooting

Mayor on spending spree with 6 months left in office

Professor: “I think Mayor Berry like all mayors as they come to the end of their 2nd term… start thinking about their legacy. Saying let me go all in, I’m trying to put my name behind some positive projects to increase my profile"

Fixing road sign spelling mistake will be pricey

Changing "a" to "e" costs several hundred dollars; replacing whole sign costs thousands



Patrons evacuate Denny’s during 1 a.m. fire

Extinguished in 1 hour; 2 ladder companies used aerial master stream techniques

NFL player, 27, blames failed alcohol test on fermented tea

Team: "He did not know the kombucha he ingested contained alcohol"



Seema Mody devastating in orange ahead of Modi visit

Visas expected to be a big part of the conversation
Meanwhile: Kelly says "I don't think you have to go far out of New York" to find people who haven't heard of Martin Shkreli

Professor cancels course over proposed pay cut

"It is as much effort to teach 8 students as it is 15 … By accepting this egregious decrease in pay, I would be tacitly agreeing that either my expertise is worth less in the summer or that I am overpaid during the fall and spring semesters. Either assumption is an overt insult"
University: "Above and beyond what they get paid for the regular 9-month academic year"



Died: Hervé Filion, 77, harness driver earned $88 million

Brother: "Herve was always so popular. He was like Elvis Presley. He could have been the President of the United States. He had a nice way of talking and he wasn't shy. Wherever he went to race, there was a line of people waiting for his autograph. He was a very social man, very sharp. He knew how to talk and he would talk to anybody"



Biden, 74, snapped at Ackman, 51, at testy SALT Conference dinner

"Who is this a—hole … Look, I don't know who you are, wiseass, but never disrespect the memory of my dead son!"
Paper: "A source told The Post the dinner had already gotten off to a tense start as another attendee pressed Biden on policy issues at what was supposed to be a lighthearted affair"

Crude bottom in?

"It's at the low end of the range"

Man runs over wife with golf cart

Paper: "The township firefighters were leaving the area and a Jackson County Sheriff's deputy trained in traffic investigation was assisting McNeil while unknowing golfers continued to swing clubs"



No to Krenwinkel, 69

California's longest-serving female inmate can try again in 5 years

Division III college forced to vacate victories

"We were looking at our applicants with what's called a holistic admissions process. We looked at your extracurriculars. It might be your participation in band, it might be you're a member of the French Club, or it might be athletics. To look at those things in the admission process is well within the NCAA rules. What happened was the extracurriculars got carried over into financial aid, and that is against the NCAA rules"

Arena naming rights go for $175,000 a year

"The signs will be put up as soon soon as they are made, she said"



Gal, 32, got Henry-like, 34, money in superhero debut

Paper: "The Elle story said Gadot was paid $300,000 for Wonder Woman vs. $14 million Cavill received for Man of Steel. The source called the latter figure 'ridiculous.' … A salary of low- to mid-6 figures is standard fare for Hollywood tentpoles, especially for actors with short track records"



Daniel Day-Lewis, 60, announces retirement from acting

"He is immensely grateful to all of his collaborators and audiences over the many years. This is a private decision and neither he nor his representatives will make any further comment on this subject"



Lynyrd Skynyrd members head to trial over plane crash movie

Paper: "The dispute emanates from a 'blood oath' taken upon the plane crash that befell the 1970s band which popularized Southern rock. As described in newly unsealed court papers, survivors agreed 'never to use the name Lynyrd Skynyrd again in an effort not to capitalize on the tragedy that had befallen the group'"



Died: Larry Grantham, 68, Jets Super Bowl linebacker

"I had 13 wonderful years in New York, even with the Titans. Sometimes we didn't get paid, but we had great times, and Sammy Baugh was one of the greatest coaches I ever played for. They're all outstanding memories for me. I still get excited when I get fan mail. People have been awful good to me in New York"



Oliver Stone, 70: Trump, 71, ‘boxed in’ by Russia probe

"I would like to see detente of some kind or understanding"



Died: John G. Avildsen, 81, directed ‘Rocky,’ ‘Save the Tiger’

Stallone: "I owe just about everything to John Avildsen. His directing, his passion, his toughness and his heart — a great heart — is what made 'Rocky' the film it became. He changed my life and I will be forever indebted to him. Nobody could have done it better than my friend John Avildsen. I will miss him"
Cause of death: Succumbs to pancreatic cancer; if only the smartest people in the country cared as much about this as self-driving cars



‘Glowing’ reviews for Steelers’ No. 1 draft choice T.J. Watt

"I can count how many mistakes he's had on one hand. And that's rare"

Elizabeth Banks, 43, apologizes to Steven Spielberg, 70

"I framed my comments inaccurately. I want to be clear from the start that I take full responsibility for what I said and I'm sorry"



White House? Apparently not

"Somebody asked me about it a couple months ago, a hypothetical, if a championship were to happen, what would I do? I think I answered I wouldn't go. Still feel like that today"

Died: Bruce MacCallum, 70, worked camera in ‘Witness,’ ‘Lambs’

Favorite shot from "Adjustment Bureau": "It was just like this amazing shot that we rehearsed for a couple of days before we get it, and then when you see it in the film, it's like, 'How did they do that?' In the film, it looked easy. That would be my favorite shot ever"

Neil Young, 71, school benefit concert evidently over

"We know we can't do this forever. We are mere mortals. We really need to look at ways the school can continue to go on after the concerts"



John Mackey, 63, calls Jana ‘greedy bastards’

"We need to evolve. We need to get better, and we're doing that. But these guys just want to sell us, because they think they can make 40 or 50% in a short period of time"

Gasparino battles Twitter hecklers over cause of D.C. monstrosity

Tweeter: "CG buys drinks for Wall Street in exchange for info & for that believes he is qualified to weigh in on every subject that comes up. WTF."
Charlie: "its called being SMART"
Tweeter: "How about that reverend that went on @TuckerCarlson's show and said Trump's budget is genocide? That might be part of it ya think ? LOL!"
Charlie: "that caused a nut job to open fire? or is it the time that trump questioned obama's citizenship? let me know what your 3 brains cells say"



Uber director David Bonderman, 74, quits after women comment

Arianna: "There's a lot of data that shows when there's one woman on the board, it's much more likely that there will be a second woman on the board"
Bonderman: "Actually, what it shows is that it's much more likely to be more talking"

Suit: Facebook ‘What’s happening’ page favors advertisers

Claims: "Ketchum and Nexxus, at times, delete organic unpaid member referrals for businesses in competition with Nexxus' advertising customers and while at the same time relaxing rules concerning 'overposting,' a name used for the practice of placing numerous referrals for one business in response to each inquiry"

Woman sues casino over bat bite

"I started jumping up and flailing my arms and the guy that was with me he said, 'What's wrong? What was that?' He saw it fly off and I said, 'It's a bat. Run!'"
Reax: "They gave me a Band-Aid. They handed me a Band-Aid!"

Thug, 23, shot in the butt

"Not able to provide any suspect information or details"



Investment banker, 36, dies in NYC Citi Bike accident

Neighbor: "It's so weird, what happened with him falling. Life is so strange"
Once ranked Israel's No. 1 tennis player, played at Brown U.



Mayor’s unpaid student loan sank aunt, uncle’s credit

$5,544 intended to help cover expenses for freshman year … left the school after two semesters without obtaining a degree … loan continued to accrue interest, grew to $9,778.73 …
Angry: "We thought it would be a good thing for her. We had no thought of this ever happening. We were under the assumption everything was good"
Response: "I apologize for that, and I'll take care of that in a personal way … Really, truly, I would love to talk to you about this later … I'm pretty sure I can come up with the funds. It's not that"

12 dead this season in torrential Sierra snow melt

"You step out in front of it, it's going to take you. You're not going to stop that, and that's what people need to get their heads around"



‘Unmitigated disaster’

"It's hard to imagine that you can see synergies between health care and power generation aircraft engines. … We're expecting fairly dramatic changes"
Gasparino: "the tell that immelt's days were numbered; when i broke the story in march $GE shares had its best day all year!"





Sara on fire

Scorching in off-white on "Worldwide Exchange"





Seema wows in white on ‘Worldwide Exchange’

Wants to know Dr. David Dao's financial settlement with United Airlines




Kelly goes on shopping spree, makes ‘interesting’ purchases

"This is why I don't run companies. But if I ran Nordstrom, Mike, and I saw these results, I'd go, 'We're turning everything into a Nordstrom Rack tomorrow' … I went shopping for some clothes this weekend because I walk around looking like a high schooler most of the time, and I went to Athleta, and I went to Uniqlo, and I went to J. Crew. And, I, I made some- you know, it was interesting, I made some purchases …"
Santoli on Sears: "I've noticed this for years, there's a kind of a, a strand of brand-declinest porn that goes around out there. When I was at Yahoo for a while, anything that was like 'This old store chain is near death' used to click really well"

Female mayor, 57, impeached in less than 3-minute meeting

Asks supporters to "not take this as a backward step even though it feels like it is"



Lookalike stunners: MCC & Danielle DiMartino Booth

Oops: In dovishness debate, Steve Liesman twice calls Danielle "Diane"
Tweet: "Agree w/ your growth comments … BTW: Green (as in dress, not $) looked great"
Danielle: "Much obliged. Green is for GO and yet the Fed said so little"





Kelly’s getting married! Flowers on ‘Closing Bell’

Nuptials on Saturday
Bill: "I only found out myself last hour ... you guys are a match made in heaven"
Kelly: "This is so nice ... This is beautiful. I feel like everybody watching has sort of seen me grow up in many ways, so, thank you all for being part of the journey … I love working down here by the way. These guys, and gals, are fantastic ..."



CNBC’s gorjus Carolin Roth stuns in stripes

Devastating morning on "Street Signs"



Gorjus Ylan Mui in Florida

Hair back in Palm Beach



Sara Eisen complains all morning about United leggings policy

"You know I have strong feelings about this … My basic point is, sure, rules are rules. But everybody wears leggings, especially women, especially on planes, especially teenagers, it's more comfortable, this makes no sense"
Jon Fortt: "Everybody wears a lot of things though … if you want to wear your leggings on the plane … buy your ticket. If you're gonna fly on the free ticket, check the fine print … it states very clearly, no leggings"
Wilf Frost (to Fortt): "I think the issue here is that they were 10 and 11 … but either way, they've come on a free ticket, I complete agree with you"




White. Hot.

Mercy. Mercy. Mercy …




Kelly Evans scorching in Blast-Off Bronze

Brings landmark week at NYSE to spectacular close



Wow! Sara in maroon on ‘Worldwide Exchange’

Early morning news bombshell



DoubleLine’s Bonnie Baha, 56, dies in tragic Va. car accident

Bachelor's, poli sci, Cal-Irvine; MBA, USC
Lehman call: "People don't pay me to hope; they pay me to make an assessment. If you are managing risk by hoping that somebody is going to buy Lehman Brothers or whatever other bank is in trouble, you're not really doing your job"
Jeffrey Gundlach: "For a quarter century Bonnie was my trusted colleague and dear friend. She was honest and direct, with a sardonic wit perfectly matching her investment skepticism helping shape the DoubleLine philosophy"



SI models stop traffic on NYSE floor

Hailey Clauson: "I mean our career is going to explode off of this. I mean, we can create businesses. Our name and our word actually mean something now"
Ashley Graham: "I had been told, you're too fat, you're too skinny, you're too ugly, you're too pretty, and at the end of the day, the moment that I said, you know what, screw all of you guys, I'm gonna do what I want to do, that's when I had my voice, and that's when I started changing the lives of so many different women"
As always, SI male accompanies the ladies to talk about the business angle



WaPost’s gorgeous Ylan Mui asks question of Fed chief

"You said earlier that expansions don't die of old age, but I think the other half of that is that it's often central banks that kill them off instead. So I'm wondering, um, how worried you are about the possibility that the Fed will have to turn around after hiking rates; um, other central banks that have tried to raise rates have had to do just that. Um, how damaging you think that might be to the Fed's credibility"
Answer: "So, when you say that um, central banks often kill them, I think the usual reason, um, that that- that that has been true when that has been true (sic redundant) is that central banks have begun too late to tighten policy, and they've allowed inflation to get out of control ..."





NYSE traders oblivious to Sharon Stone; fans take pictures

Evidently is playing a vice president in a TV show



Marcus Lemonis, 41: ‘Greatest fear in life is dying alone’

"As someone with few friends, he considers business deals his way of forming relationships. (He compares doing a business deal to going out for margaritas with friends. For him they share the same pleasure space.)"
Impressive: "You can ask me anything" ... "Call me anytime"
"The Profit" supporter: "He's amazing to work for and amazing to know. He's brilliant"
"The Profit" detractor: "He's an arrogant, self-centered egomaniac narcissist"
CNBCfix editor's note: This article is a month old but was just discovered



Uh-oh — someone at CNBC forgot to type the main info here

They should come up with a better strategy for dummy text

Report: Sumner Redstone, 92, took mental competency tests

Passed

Article on NFL’s L.A. interest way too long, minimal news

Ending: "Deals get done when there are deadlines. We'll see where it goes"

Steve Jobs’ daughter, 37, skips screening, parties with cast

Tavern on the Green



CNBC’s Sara Eisen on fire in red

World Bank conversation was never so exciting

Balt. TV critic: Strong CBS broadcast marred by Simms bungle

"I replayed the sequence 5 times right after the game and I still have no idea what Simms really thought or how he could go from asking why they would kick to saying they should definitely do so in the space of 10 seconds"

Harvard Law grad, 38, charged in bizarre kidnapping

Disbarred in January

Jaguars’ big loss in New England got high local TV ratings

Team's best in 2 years
Denver: 69 share for Broncos' game

CNBC charging $250,000 per 30-second ad in GOP debate

"Significantly more than the typical $50,000 that CNBC charges for its sometimes schlocky commercials for personal grooming products or gold buying services"
Ratings: Presumably channel will be OK with Nielsen this time



In the navy: CNBC sailing with Amanda Drury & Seema Mody

Teaming up on "Power Lunch"

‘Wall Street Week’ nearing ‘global distribution deal’

Highest ratings on Sept. 13



Carl Quintanilla, Becky Quick, John Harwood, Rick Santelli,
Sharon Epperson, Jim Cramer picked for CNBC GOP debate

Pregame: Joe Kernen, Kelly Evans hosting special programming
CNBCfix comment: Great move to limit main field to those at 3% or better but let's end this publicity welfare of an "undercard" debate among hapless candidates who shouldn't be in the race ... if you can't poll 3% at this stage, you do not deserve to be considered a "candidate"




CNBC’s Mandy Drury in beautiful, mesmerizing outfit at NYSE

Fashion breakthrough on "Power Lunch"

Woman in Va. TV shooting striding toward recovery

"I saw those incredible flowers, and I saw those great big giant pictures of Adam and Alison and the viewfinder. That's all I saw. You can't all of the sudden stamp the place with tragedy. It has been nothing but economic development, growth, families, vacations, happiness"
Struggling to walk to mailbox: "Everyone says, ‘Oh, you’re doing so well,’ but they don’t know that it was the careful placement of timing — from the medications and laying in my bed all the way up until the moment that the car was already started. I don't want to disappoint anyone in the process, but it is what it is. So, I give it what I've got"

LSU-Syracuse was ESPN’s most-watched game last weekend

1 p.m. Eastern start outdrew each of channel's prime-time matchups

Will next movie of Michael Moore, 61, beat standards?

"A movie about the nuts and bolts of domestic policy ... doesn't stir the conspiracy loins the way some of his other movies do"

British barrister, 40, bitten by spider on plane, leg bursts open

"I turned on the light and clearly saw a spider running across the floor before hearing two stewardesses screaming 'Spider!,' but I wasn't sure if I had been bitten as it really wasn't very painful"

Guest billed $75.90 after not showing up for wedding

"This cost reflects the amount paid by the bride and groom for meals that were RSVP'd for, reimbursement and explanation for no show, card, call or text would be appreciated"

Meth junkie, 23, unable to post $50,000 bail

ATV club's treasurer allegedly steals about $23,000

Under Armour’s Kevin Plank, 43, worth $3.9 billion

No. 145 on Forbes' list

Fox Biz program picks up 1st monthly win against CNBC

"Lou Dobbs Tonight beat CNBC in total viewers for the month of September. CNBC aired a variety of shows, including 'West Texas Investors Club' and 'The Profit'"




CNBC’s Louisa Bojesen: ‘I never go on dates’

Louisa: "Front of the FT this morning, they make a point with a big picture of the Shard, saying the Shard has defied the doubters as setting record rents for the South Bank. Here's like a little picture of the Shard, so it's a huge building in London-"
Seema Mody: "Have you ever been up there?"
Louisa: "I haven't. Have you been?"
Seema: "I hear it's a great date spot"
Louisa: "Really?"
Seema: "Yeah, I'm told"
Louisa: "I wouldn't know. I don't know. I never go on dates"




Blue & red: Carolin Roth & Seema Mody on ‘Worldwide Exchange’

Carolin: "Would you wear this dress for 30 years if you could?"
Seema: "I may see; if it still fits me, why not?"
Carolin: "Why not, right"



Bill Griffeth: Sara and I didn’t coordinate purple attire

Bill: "This was not planned. Yes, we match, but it was nothing"
Sara: "We're just so in synch. We don't even have to tell each other"





Seema Mody wows in mint green

Hears Wilfred Frost decry the existence of voicemail



Blue & golden: Seema Mody & Nancy Hulgrave on ‘Worldwide’

CNBC producer in spotlight in Madrid




Seema Mody takes day off, gets haircut

Back on "WorldWide Exchange" after long weekend




Seema Mody in stripes

CNBC's "Worldwide Exchange" ends week on a high note



CNBC’s Carolin Roth mesmerizes in Europe

Stanchart interview closes with a visual flourish (above)



Died: Albert Maysles, 88, filmmaker of ‘Gimme Shelter’

NYT: "Made ends meet by doing television commercials for large corporations like IBM and Merrill Lynch, then made their early reputation with 'Salesman' (1968)"
Credits: Worked on Sports Illustrated's annual swimsuit issue



CNBCfix review: Al Michaels’ book leaves the drama on the field

Other than digs at Cosell and Esiason, "Miracle" man prefers compliments to controversy
The contenders: Gowdy, Scully, Buck, Costas, Nantz, Cosell ... is Al Michaels
the greatest sportscaster of all time?

CNBC, citing colleague: Rich Ilczyszyn, 46, died of embolism

"The apparent cause of Rich Ilczyszyn's tragic death was a pulmonary embolism caused by deep vein thrombosis, Rich's coworker told us today"



CNBC contributor Rich Ilczyszyn, 46, dies

Family: "Rich had a love for life as well as an appreciation for the fragility of it. He always encouraged others to live fully and spend time with those they love and hold dear. iiTrader is a testament to Rich's inherent creativity and resilience. iiTrader will continue to innovate and move forward"



Bill Fleckenstein slams interview with Jackie DeAngelis

"The certainty with which the woman that I got interviewed by this week sees the future, and the need to be involved in stocks is rather remarkable since most talking heads don’t know anything about investing"
Still waiting: Article notes no sign of short fund promised since late 2013



CNBCfix review: Excitement in backwardation in Secret Club

Kate Kelly's dry account of commodities world fails to pose an important airline question




Mark of celebration: Hoffman leads rousing cheers at CNBC

"There's been a lot of highlights ... I would say the proudest I was of the organization, was in the- leading up to the financial crisis in 2008, and the year or year and a half or so that followed it, I felt like, as if all of the hard work that had gone into building the organization over the first 20-plus years, or so, had really paid off ... I was so proud of the way CNBC not only reported the story, but the way they treated the seriousness of those events"
Tears: "Do I see a little moisture in your eyes, Tyler?"

 
 
 


Kelly Evans pushes Matt Damon, 43, to be Aquaman, help charity

Kelly Evans: "Matt Damon, if only you could play a superhero who could deliver clean drinking water to the world's poorest, uh, dare I ask whether you could play Aquaman and in fact leverage your celebrity to draw attention to this cause through this new movie that potentially uh, rumors are out there you could play Aquaman in"
Matt Damon: "Playing 'Aguaman' (sic)? Is that the ..."
Evans: "A-qua"
Damon: "Sorry, that's a terrible joke"
Evans: "You can go the Spanish route if you want to. I mean-"
Brian Sullivan: "There is international distribution for the Justice League, so it's fine. It's the character plays (sic)"
Damon: "We're huge in Latin America, Um, uh, no, well, you know, since they, since they made Ben Batman, I've been showing up at his house every day dressed as Robin, but um, my little campaign I don't think has, has gone too well so far. So far I haven't been contacted by anyone to, to be in the movie, but with Ben in there-"
Evans: "Would you do it though Matt? Because look you have to say it would make a certain amount of sense for this cause, if you did it ONLY for this cause, it would actually make a certain amount of sense ..."
Damon: "Well, all right, uh, uh, I'm open to being in any good movie as always; it might be a bit of a stretch ..."

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera:
‘Paul Tudor Jones said out loud what we all know to be anecdotally true,’ Karen Finerman is ‘exception that proves the rule’

Karen Finerman: "Well my first response was I just could not believe he said it. And so I, I wanted to make sure that I had it right, and I went and I looked at the video, and of course you just showed it, so yes, he said it, and, uh, I, I, I know, I know that he's apologized, that he didn't mean to offend anyone, and I believe he was saying it, he was- an attempt to be very candid, I can't believe also that he didn't think that will- would never get out, but it's sort of- I mean on so many levels, it makes me wonder, 1, what if you don't nurse, do you not then have that- are you, do you keep your judgment then if you don't nurse. That's sort of something that popped into my head"
Amanda Drury: "And also, is he also saying that global macro traders that are guys are not great dads because they're always off 24/7 on the phone trading stuff"
Karen Finerman: "Right, I just- I don't really accept that premise either. If you are a mother, I really sort of do wonder, how long this would knock you off your game for. And, it, I don't know, on so many levels, I know so many women, far more successful than I, who have done an extraordinary job of raising kids, and also, uh, you know, trading, trading their books"
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera: "I think Paul Tudor Jones said out loud what we all know to be anecdotally true. That women, it's not that they don't have the ability, it's just, if they have a child, priorities tend to change. It takes up a lot of time. A child is a huge, huge commitment. And so-"
Amanda Drury: "And not necessarily a bad thing"
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera: "It's not necessarily a bad thing, he's not saying that, that they can't do it, it's just, it gets a lot tougher. Priorities often change. And I think Karen, you are awesome, but you are the exception I think that proves the rule. Let's face it: How many other women are on 'Fast Money.' I mean when you look at the breakdown of people- when you look at the breakdown of people who are on CNBC. It's a guys-and-ties network. I mean let's not kid anybody!"
Karen Finerman: "Yes I hear you-"
Brian Sullivan ridiculously removes tie: "Here we go, no more guys in ties"
Karen Finerman: "Let me just add 1 thing"
Brian Sullivan: "I don't wanna get accused of dodging the conversation. All right, I know hedge fund managers that have what they call the large-house indicator. Right. What they say is, if they have an investment manager, or a fellow hedge fund manager, whatever, that starts to build a new mansion, they will often times use that- or CEO of a company, they'll use that as a negative and either get out of it or trim, because building a home is a year-long process, takes a lot of energy, you're not focused on what you're doing. So I don't think just has to be about gender. If you've got any big undertaking you take on, that reduces your focus. I'm not defending what he said-"
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera: "Except this happens to be about having babies for women, which is just a huge thing in, in most women's life"
Brian Sullivan: "If I was a hedge fund manager and a CEO of a company bought a 200-foot yacht, I would sell the shares of that company probably short that next day"
Karen Finerman: "I mean also there's the private plane indicator, you get the private plane, you're not hungry anymore, then you don't care. I, I don't really buy that, I think it also makes the case that women don't have the judgment to know, after they've had a baby, whether or not they are still interested in being in the game. Now that may be his experience, and I believe him when he says that's what he's found to be true, and he gave a couple examples of a, you know, two women from Maryland the '70s, he probably has more recent examples than that, but is he just open to the possibility, the possibility, that maybe it's not true, that there will never be just as many women investors as men, never, period, end of story. Isn't it possible?"
Amanda Drury: "And the other thing is Karen, and you've touched on this, I mean, we would've said in the past, it would've been decades, maybe not even so long ago, we would've said that we can't have a good female doctor, she can't possibly be on call because she's got to be at home feeding her child at night. Right?"
Karen Finerman: "And now look. Now look, there are just as many women, or maybe it's about the same number of women graduating from medical school as men and you're right, years and years ago, that was thought as an impossibility"

CNBC asks Dennis Gartman if he called Buffett an ‘idiot’

Commodities king laughs off report, calls Oracle's 45% loss "inexcusable ... poor trading"
Told Brent Hunsberger of Oregonian in June: ‘Warren Buffett is an idiot’
Responded to reader critics at Oregonian site: "Last year I did indeed lose money... 2%.
Other than that, for the previous 14 years I've averaged about +12%, with 22% as my best year.
... I'm also long of Goldman Sachs and Loews while short of Berkshire Hathaway for the past
two months, and have added to that trade along the way as the profits have built up."
Ignored? Days later, CNBCfix was only media site to pick up jaw-dropping Oregonian story
Jeff Macke on BRK-B short: "Congratulations to Dennis Gartman, who saw this coming"

Time to put Yankees-Mets, Cubs-White Sox in same divisions

CNBCfix exclusive: Baseball needs to scrap "leagues" and give fans intra-city rivalries

CNBCfix review: 1 hour not nearly enough for Burnett in Africa

Overreaching documentary shows strengths, weaknesses of anchor, could use Tim Seymour

Does New York Times believe its own ‘Weekender’ ad?

One sentence by arrogant chap deserves scrutiny for puffery at the expense of logic

CNBCfix review: ‘Oprah Effect’ is missing one thing: Oprah

Carl Quintanilla has some interesting stories, but lacks comment from Queen of Talk herself

Couple did ‘3 months of due diligence’ before investing with Stanford

CNBCfix review: Scott Cohn's "Secrets of the Knight" has good but unfocused material

CNBCfix review: ‘Run for the Roses’ feels like a one-trick pony

Outsourced CNBC original with Melissa Francis mostly seems like promo for NBC broadcast

CNBCfix review: Darren Rovell makes the sale in ‘As Seen on TV’

Doesn't dig as deep into infomercial ads as it could, but cuts like a Ginsu knife

Three reasons why NFL Draft is bad for players, fans, league

CNBCfix exclusive: It doesn't provide "competitive balance," but manipulates stars

CNBCfix (slightly) makes the news — in the lede graf!

All from Jared Bernstein's fee: Consider Tony Paradiso a must-read at nashuatelegraph.com

Maxim apparently gives Michelle Caruso-Cabrera the cold shoulder

Becky Quick, Erin Burnett, Trish Regan appear to make hot list, with nod to Maria Bartiromo

Margaret Brennan receives 2009 Young Leaders Irish Spirit Award

(Ex-)CNBC reporter/Arabic scholar/beauty praised by philanthropic American Ireland Fund

CNBCfix review: David Faber’s ‘House of Cards’ a home run

Impressive documentary of mortgage collapse will appeal to the pros and the laymen

CNBCfix review: ‘Marijuana Inc.’ weeds out a lot of context

Lackluster documentary is decent, but Trish Regan puts on a fashion show

Cruise line trades access for advertising in ‘Cruise Inc.’

CNBC travel correspondent Peter Greenberg digs into Norwegian Pearl's financials


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Fast Money review

Joe credits Pete for completely bailing him out of a QQQ put position



Silicon Valley giants, others at Dec. 14, 2016, Trump Tower meeting

Donald Trump
Mike Pence
Peter Thiel
Sheryl Sandberg
Tim Cook
Larry Page
Safra Catz
Jeff Bezos
Elon Musk
Gary Cohn
Wilbur Ross
Stephen Miller
Satya Nadella
Ginni Rometty
Chuck Robbins
Jared Kushner
Reince Priebus
Steve Bannon
Eric Schmidt
Alex Karp
Brian Krzanich
Donald Trump Jr.
Ivanka Trump
Eric Trump
Brad Smith


CNBCfix reviews:
‘The Profit’


CNBCfix review:
‘West Texas
Investors Club’

CNBC's Lone Star extension of "Shark Tank"


Wall Street Week

The most boring guests on business (or other) television


Larry Kudlow’s
powerful sign-off

Photos, transcript from final episode of "The Kudlow Report"


CNBCfix.com special report: CNBC ‘Fast Money’ trader positions often go undisclosed

♦ Daily online recaps often omit certain traders' holdings, appear voluntary, unenforceable, no requirement for accuracy or timeliness, no description of the size of position or whether positions are for clients or traders' own accounts

CNBCfix reviews

Scott Wapner, "Hotel: Behind Closed Doors at Marriott": Reservations about this flat profile

Melissa Francis, Diary of a Stage Mother's Daughter: A Memoir Pangs of child scardom linger for a remarkably successful woman

Joe Terranova, Buy High, Sell Higher: Why Buy-And-Hold is Dead And Other Surprising Investing Lessons From CNBC's 'The Liquidator' Trader austerity bible could stand a haircut in pages, title

Steve Cortes, Against the Herd: 6 Contrarian Investment Strategies You Should Follow: How to not buy stocks and come out ahead

Leah McGrath Goodman, The Asylum: The Renegades Who Hijacked the World's Oil Market: How swashbuckling oil traders make life miserable for exchange chairmen

Phil LeBeau, "Dreamliner": Bumpy ride through recent Boeing turbulence is a bust

Scott Wapner, "The Coffee Addiction": Pour yourself a cup of capitalism

Lester Holt, "The Facebook Obsession": 500 million users, 0 legislator complaints

Scott Cohn, "Price of Admission": College found to be expensive

Trish Regan, "Marijuana USA": For recreational purposes only

Gary Kaminsky, Smarter Than the Street: Sticking it to the big guys

Scott Cohn, "Remington Under Fire": If gun is so unreliable, why does military buy it?

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, You Know I'm Right: If she's right, she should run

Felix Rohatyn, Dealings: A rainmaker has no hostility toward the takeover business

John Heilemann & Mark Halperin, Game Change: Was Obama that great, or everyone else just lousy?

Anthony Scaramucci, Goodbye Gordon Gekko Do the right thing, millionaire-style

Alan "Ace" Greenberg, The Rise and Fall of Bear Stearns Auditing Jimmy Cayne's income statements

Charles Gasparino, The Sellout: Impressive chronicle, dubious title, lacks chutzpah

David Faber, "Goldman Sachs: Power and Peril": Just as hedged on TV as in the mortgage market

Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, "Liquid Assets": Water documentary runs a bit dry

Carl Quintanilla, "Trash Inc.": Some of the better garbage you'll see on TV

Carl Quintanilla, "Crime Inc.: Counterfeit Goods": Where are the DVDs and software, Carl?

Scott Wapner, "One Nation, Overweight": Lite on substance, if not calories

"The Pixar Story": In prime-time search, CNBC finds a great business story

Trish Regan, "Marijuana Inc.": OK documentary, tremendous fashion show

Maria Bartiromo, "Inside the Mind of Google": Best thing that ever happened to Paul Bond Boots

Ron Insana, How to Make a Fortune From the Biggest Bailout in U.S. History: Schadenfreude victim rallies late

Zachary Karabell, Superfusion: Good case studies, more observation than argument

David Faber, And Then the Roof Caved In: Fine writing, too much Greenspan, lacks protagonist

Carl Quintanilla, "The Oprah Effect": Good biz bios, but missing one thing: Oprah

Movie review:
‘Wall Street’

Gordon Gekko:
The Michael Corleone
of Wall Street


CNBCfix capsules:
Movie of the week

♦ Bonnie and Clyde
♦ Rain Man
♦ The Paper Chase
♦ The Cooler
♦ Giant & There Will Be Blood
♦ Return of the Jedi
♦ Rocky II
♦ The Last Picture Show & Friday Night Lights
♦ She's Out of My League
♦ Con Air


Relevant scribes

Maria Bartiromo
Henry Blodget
Josh Brown, Reformed Broker
John Carney
Art Cashin
Jim Cramer
Drudge
eWallstreeter
Niall Ferguson
Bill Fleckenstein
Jon Friedman
Charles Gasparino
Brent Hunsberger
Ron Insana
Zachary Karabell
Paul Krugman
Larry Kudlow
Howard Kurtz
Sarah Lacy
Lex
Jeff Macke
Dr. J, Jon Najarian
Tony Paradiso
James Pethokoukis
Barry Ritholtz
Jim Romenesko
Michael Santoli
Steven M. Sears
A. Gary Shilling
Andrew Ross Sorkin
Joe Weisenthal

CNBC/cable TV
star bios

♦ Jim Cramer
♦ Charles Gasparino
♦ Amanda Drury
♦ Maria Bartiromo
♦ Lawrence Kudlow
♦ Karen Finerman
♦ Michelle Caruso-Cabrera
♦ Jon Fortt
♦ Jane Wells
♦ Erin Burnett
♦ David Faber
♦ Guy Adami
♦ Pete Najarian
♦ Jon Najarian
♦ Tim Seymour
♦ Zachary Karabell
♦ Becky Quick
♦ Joe Kernen
♦ Nicole Lapin
♦ Herb Greenberg
♦ John Harwood
♦ Steve Liesman
♦ Margaret Brennan
♦ Bertha Coombs
♦ Mary Thompson
♦ Trish Regan
♦ Melissa Francis
♦ Gary Kaminsky
♦ Anthony Scaramucci
♦ Kate Kelly
♦ Dennis Kneale
♦ Darren Rovell
♦ Carl Quintanilla
♦ Julia Boorstin
♦ Diana Olick
♦ Robin Meade
♦ Matt Lauer
♦ Katie Couric
♦ Dylan Ratigan
♦ Eric Bolling
♦ Jeff Macke
♦ Julie Chen
♦ Anderson Cooper
♦ Erica Hill
♦ Neil Cavuto
♦ Liz Claman
♦ Rebecca Jarvis
♦ Monica Crowley
♦ Bill O'Reilly
♦ Rachel Maddow
♦ Susie Gharib
♦ Jane Skinner
♦ Kimberly Guilfoyle
♦ Martha MacCallum
♦ Courtney Friel
♦ Uma Pemmaraju
♦ Michelle Kosinski
♦ Joe Scarborough
♦ Terry Keenan
♦ Betsy Stark
♦ Chrystia Freeland
♦ Natasha Curry
♦ Jeffrey Kofman
♦ Jane Velez-Mitchell
♦ Debbye Turner Bell
♦ Christine Romans

CNBC guest bios

♦ Meredith Whitney
♦ Dennis Gartman
♦ Bill Gross
♦ Diane Swonk
♦ Richard X. Bove
♦ Nouriel Roubini
♦ Arthur Laffer
♦ Jared Bernstein
♦ Doug Kass
♦ David Malpass
♦ Kevin Kerr
♦ Donald Luskin
♦ Robert Reich
♦ Steve Moore
♦ Vince Farrell
♦ Joe LaVorgna
♦ A. Gary Shilling
♦ Joe Battipaglia
♦ Barry Ritholtz
♦ Peter Navarro
♦ John Kilduff
♦ Chris Thornberg
♦ Addison Armstrong
♦ Jack Bouroudjian
♦ Stefan Abrams
♦ Peter Morici
♦ Michael Crofton
♦ David Kotok
♦ Jerry Bowyer
♦ Robert Pavlik
♦ Warren Buffett

President Obama

Keynote address, 2004
Democratic convention
In Pennsylvania,
"cling to guns, religion"


George W. Bush

Visits firefighters at
Ground Zero, 9/14/01
World leader pop quiz
from Andy Hiller
Speech to nation
on evening of 9/11


Sarah Palin

The Bush Doctrine,
with Charles Gibson


Greatest
commercials
and jingles in
advertising


Where did they
go to college?


Supreme Court


Death tolls of
catastrophes,
world events