Warren Buffett, #4 on the Forbes Billionaire List, is live on CNBC all morning answering YOUR questions.
When asked about the growing tensions in Ukraine, the Oracle of Omaha says it won’t impact his investing. Buffett says he doesn’t make decisions based on today’s news. He would more likely buy stocks if prices come down due to worries in Ukraine.
Find more on CNBC.com.
"Facebook remains the best place to attract any broad audience, including teens," #Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg tells #CNBC in an exclusive interview with Julia Boorstin. "We’re the leader in what is not just a growing space, but an exploding space." [Watch the full interview on CNBC.com]
NBCUniversal has taken a stake in video startup Now This News. The two companies will co-produce clips for the ‘iGeneration’ on apps like Instagram, Vine and Snapchat.
2014 @CNBC SOCIAL MEDIA SUMMER INTERNSHIP
This is not your ordinary internship. Come spend the summer with CNBC’s social media team, and the sky is the limit.
But don’t take our word for it. Check out the video series above, produced by 2013 Summer Intern @LukeLeifeste.
If you intern with the social team (@mcwellons, @elilanger, and @SteveKopack), you’ll work in our newsroom, but have the chance to visit the stock exchanges, and cover news events in the field. The biggest thing we ask: bring creativity.
Want to apply? Yes, of course you do! Send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include links to websites, blogs, and social media feeds that reflect your work.
The internship details and job description can be found below. Most importantly, the deadline to apply is January 24.
Duties & Responsibilities:
*Assist the social media team with daily updates of all social media feeds and platforms
*Collaborate on social video projects (ie: Instagram, Vine, etc.), or better yet, create your own series
*Stay on top of news and trends in social/new media
*Work with the team on internal education and social media training projects
*Generate social media analytics reports for campaigns and projects
*General enthusiasm for #social!
Skills & Experience:
*In pursuit of an Associate, Bachelor or Graduate degree at an Accredited Institution
*Current class standing of sophomore or above (30 credits)
*Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
*Must be 18 years of age or older
*Experienced on variety of social media platforms, especially Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Storify. Blogging experience a plus.
*Familiarity with video production/editing
*HTML experience preferred but not required
*Passion for social media, technology, and news
*Knowledge of markets/economy preferred, but not required
May 2014 - August 2014
Still have questions? Send a tweet to @CNBCSocial.
A federal judge declared Tuesday that Detroit is eligible for bankruptcy protection, giving a green light to the nation’s largest municipal bankruptcy filing in history.
The contentious dispute pits the city’s finance officials against its unions, creditors and retirees, ahead of what are expected to be steep cuts in pensions, as well as fire sales of treasured city assets.
It’s Black Friday, so CNBC has spread out across the country, visiting malls in Ohio, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania to do some channel checks and see how the retailers are faring today. Kelly Evans and Bill Griffeth are anchoring “Closing Bell” from the Short Hills, NJ Mall where our producers Bree Kelly and Krista Braun report great deals at Vineyard Vines, Gap and Hollister. Plus, the line at Starbucks out the door! Courtney Reagan at the Dayton, OH Fairfield Commons mall reports JCPenney and Macy’s are the hottest stores there.
For more, tune in to CNBC and visit HolidayCentral.CNBC.com.
Are you shopping today? If so, where?