Celebrity chefs feed Cleveland real estate – CNBC

January 21, 2016 by  
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Celebrity chefs feed Cleveland real estate
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CLEVELAND — You can't buy a great cheeseburger on the Internet, and that is the simple fact behind the new driver of downtown real estate development. Restaurants are the new retail, and celebrity chefs today are fast becoming just as powerful as
Cleveland Real Estate Gets Bump From Celebrity ChefsBuilder Magazine

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Quiz: Which celebrity bad boy are you? – CNBC

October 22, 2014 by  
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Quiz: Which celebrity bad boy are you?
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We used to think of millionaires and billionaires as buttoned-up old dudes. But today, they're more like James Dean with an Instagram account, posting pics of their lavish lifestyles and outrageous behavior. If you had a million – or a billion

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Innovator of Business Cable News, Mark Haines (1948-2011), Has Passed

May 26, 2011 by  
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I was very saddened by the passing of CNBC cable pioneer of business news, Mark Haines (1946-2011). Mark was the original anchor for Squawk Box on CNBC, which premiered sometime in 1995. I watched it religiously everyday of the week, since I was interested (and heavily invested) in stock market news. Mark Haines died suddenly Tuesday night, but the cause of his death hasn`t been reported yet.

If you can find any of the early footage of Squawk Box, I would recommend you watching that. This was the prime-time glory days of the Dot Com Bubble. You know how the story goes: Cisco Systems, Dell, Intel, Mickysoft and QUALCOM. Mark brought a level of probing (Mark was an attorney) business news, as well as entertainment value. Mark really invented business cable!

After Haines kept those Lava Lamps constantly bubbling on the set of CNBC, I went out and picked up a few Lava Lamps myself, thinking it would improve my luck on stock market calls. I need not leave out the incredible chemistry between The Brain (David Faber), The Kahuna (Joe Kernan) and Mr. Haines during those early days. Mark Haines was a classy and classic journalist. Just check out his coverage of Nine-Eleven.