CNBC Tonight is a weeknight business news programme broadcast live from 1800 - 2000 HK/SG/TWN time on CNBC Asia from 16 February 2005 to 16 December 2005. It took the timeslot vacated by 3 former CNBC Asia programmes, Business Center, The Asian Wall Street Journal and e. The two-hour programme combined the mix of Asian and global news headlines, corporate news and personal finance. It also featured upscale lifestyle features on travel, health, food and leisure. CNBC Tonight was co-hosted by May Lee and Teymoor Nabili.
CNBC Titans is a documentary television series airing on CNBC featuring some of the most famous personalities, companies, and entrepreneuers in the world of business. Those featured on the show are the following. ⁕George Foreman ⁕Ted Turner ⁕Hugh Hefner ⁕Donald Trump ⁕Merv Griffin ⁕Steve Jobs ⁕Procter & Gamble ⁕Herb Kelleher ⁕Quincy Jones ⁕Hershey ⁕Lee Iacocca ⁕Barry Diller ⁕Leo Burnett
CNBC on Assignment is a series of business reports running on the TV channel CNBC. The program's reports have included: ⁕The Age of Wal-Mart, a report by David Faber about Wal-Mart ⁕The eBay Effect, another report by David Faber about eBay ⁕NASCAR Gold with Dylan Ratigan ⁕God and Money, about religion and money in the U.S., with Tyler Mathisen ⁕The Kingdom Built on Oil, a report done by Melissa Francis about Saudi Arabia and oil production ⁕Rebellion in the Magic Kingdom, report about Disney's corporate governance conflicts, with Maria Bartiromo ⁕Las Vegas, Inc with Dylan Ratigan about the businesses in and around the casinos of Las Vegas, Nevada The music for CNBC on Assignment was made by 615 Music, a company from Nashville, Tennessee, that also made the music for the business day programs on CNBC.
CNBC Market Wrap is a brief market update show airing on MSNBC weekday afternoons at the half-hour. It begins at 4:45 pm ET, during Martin Bashir, and then again, at 5:30 pm ET, during "Hardball with Chris Matthews". Prior to February 1st, 2012, the segment ran for a duration of 1.5 minutes, before being trimmed down to just 30 seconds. The update is anchored by a rotating set of CNBC hosts.