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CNBC -- critique.
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Welcome to the new CNBC critique thread!

CNBC has taken many turns, somewhat adapting to what it perceives to be its customer base and sometimes adapting to the changing face of the markets. While CNBC may have started out catering to short-term traders (as the original moderator of this thread wrote), it clearly does not do so today. IMHO CNBC has taken a new turn recently with the hiring of former Bloomberg reports (Dylan and Erin) and sidelining of CNBC long-timers Ted David and Ron Insana. CNBC jiggered the early morning Squawk Box show and shifted Mark Haines to the floor of the NYSE. These are just some of the recent changes.

Feel free to add your comments, thoughts, critiques, etc. but please be cordial. Because...

This thread is now moderated. At first we will allow some slack on what is posted here as long as it has some link to what is on CNBC. Spammers will get no warning. Others will be warned. Normal courtesy rules apply and if you're going to fight, please take it elsewhere.

And last, but certainly not least, we are honored and welcome the occasional contributions of the greatest anchor from CNBC... Ted David. Please no drooling or making a fool of yourself in front of Ted. Groupies need not apply. If we make this a serious thread (not too much bashing and not too much love) perhaps we can get more participation. Perhaps.
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17643Boeing used to give more money to shareholders than it made. Now it’s getting stGlenn Petersen-April 1
17642youtube.comda_cheif™-April 1
17641[graphic]Fast Eddie-March 27
17640Jim are you ready to skeededdy today?richardred-March 9
17639Cramer: I learned how to better to use the ? from Jack Welch.richardred-March 2
17638Ex-CNBC anchor Michelle Caruso-Cabrera to take on AOC in primary [tweet]richardred1February 12
17637I don't get up before 6AM PST Over the years I have lived in Tokyo, HawaiiDon Green-10/28/2019
17636I agree. I also like Joe Kernen but now that I am trying to sleep more, I don&#Kirk ©-10/28/2019
17635My favorites at CNBC are Rick Santelli and Mike Santolli I wish both of them hDon Green-10/28/2019
17634He's a snappy dresser and might be more interested in his image of not beingKirk ©110/28/2019
17633I have try tweeting him a few times in the past about when you talks about markeDon Green-10/28/2019
17632You could try tweeting that to him and see what he says!Kirk ©-10/28/2019
17631I agree it doesn't make sense but when I looked around I found this and otheDon Green-10/28/2019
17630His father was born in 1930.... worldcat.org so I doubt he's 80.... Kirk ©-10/28/2019
17629Is anyone else shocked to find out that Bob Pisani a news reporter, working for Don Green110/28/2019
17628Wow- Cramer with his head turned. and looking down said the President was right richardred18/15/2019
17627Cool! CNBC had butt-kiss Larry snuff out his cigarette and step in front of thescaram(o)uche28/6/2019
17626Just thinking Of Mark Haines Today! A straight Shooter IMO. Yeah, I visited Crichardred15/24/2019
17625Hispanic Unemployment Rate Hits Record Low in December Bryan Saulamanca11/4/2019
17624JOB GROWTH SURGES BY 312,000 IN DECEMBER Nonfarm payrolls surged by 312,000 iBryan Saulamanca-1/4/2019
17623>> efforts to disable the World's second largest economy << Whascaram(o)uche-1/3/2019
17622Hey, Larry! AAPL shares at $144! Weakness in China. You lovin' it? Good scaram(o)uche-1/3/2019
17621Sold the Sear at a moderate profit and the K-Mart a much bigger profit. K-Mart wrichardred112/29/2018
17620It's sad to see Icons go by the wayside. Sears & K-Mart were some of therichardred112/28/2018
17619How Shakespearean in how Sears was hoisted with its own petard. Sears Founded inKirk ©-12/28/2018
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