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Watch Carl Icahn's correction calls from this year

cnbc.com — Billionaire investor Carl Icahn called for a "major correction" on Monday, and he gave his prediction plenty of runway-about three to five years. "It's really a question of when that is going to happen, in my opinion," Icahn told Reuters at the Reuters Global Investment Outlook Summit in New York.

Ben of Ben & Jerry's: Pot goes with Cherry Garcia

cnbc.com — Ben Cohen just answered a burning question for all those suffering from the munchies. Which Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavor goes best with cannabis? Cohen, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's ice cream, has plenty of options. After all, his company has created flavors such as Karamel Sutra and Half Baked.

Apple details plans to take over your office

cnbc.com — Apple has unveiled details on its plan to make iPhones and iPads workplace staples. In July, Apple and IBM announced an enterprise partnership that could make the traditionally consumer-minded Apple a major player in the business market.

How GoPro could win the holiday shopping season

cnbc.com — After blowing past Wall Street's expectations in the third quarter, GoPro seems poised to move past its core user-base of surfers, snow-boarders and outdoor enthusiasts this holiday season, Wedbush Securities analyst Michael Pachter told CNBC. "I think people thought of this as an outdoor athlete's brand, and I think it's becoming a mainstream brand," Pachter said after GoPro released its better-than-expected earnings report.

Too soon to make an adjustment on QE plans: Boston Fed's Rosengren

cnbc.com — Wendy Maeda | Boston Globe | Getty Images This is a breaking news story. Please check back for updates. Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren was speaking during an interview with CNBC's " Squawk Box." Speculation over how the Fed will respond to volatility on Wall Street and concerns over European growth intensified after Wednesday's wild selloff.

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Centerplate CEO resigns amid dog-kicking scandal

cnbc.com — The CEO caught on surveillance video kicking a small dog has resigned, his company announced Tuesday. Desmond Hague, the outgoing CEO of Centerplate, a major sports catering company based in Stamford, Conn., left his post following several days of intense backlash over the video, Centerplate said in a statement.

Insider trading suspect Michael Lucarelli bolts-barefoot-from cameras

cnbc.com — That's one way to leave court. A New York City investor relations executive accused of insider trading took off running when he spotted a CNBC camera and two still photographers outside federal court in Manhattan on Tuesday. Wearing a sleeveless shirt, 51-year-old Michael Lucarelli fled eastward on Worth Street upon seeing the cameras-continuing to run even after his sandals slipped off.

Hot, funny and strange

cnbc.com — Calling all frequent fliers: Have you been paying attention during your airline's in-flight safety presentation? The airlines sure hope so. They've been turning the in-flight safety video into an art form. Now that airlines have to compete with smartphones and tablets for passengers' attention during takeoff- thanks to an FAA ruling last year -carriers have been hitting the refresh button on those safety videos.

CEOs to Obama: You still don't get it

cnbc.com — President Obama had a sharp rebuke for corporate leadership on Sunday, telling The Economist that chief executives "don't have a right" to complain about regulations. During interviews with CNBC, however, a trio of current and former CEOs had an equally sharp response.
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