The "Squawk Box" crew discusses some of the morning's top news stories, including Alphabet buying a start-up that allows users to transform creative selfies, and a Bank of America consultant is charged with insider trading. » Read More
Stocks are trying to bounce back after the Dow and S&P 500 had their worst week since march. Stocks could see some selling pressure by the end of August » Read More
CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at several companies that will likely benefit from President Trump's new executive order which streamlines the approval process for infrastructure projects. » Read More
Edmund Lee, Recode managing editor, shares his thoughts on stiff competition faced by newcomers Snap and Blue Apron with tech giants Facebook and Amazon.
Oscar Fernandez, professor of math at Wellesley College, discusses his new book "The Calculus of Happiness" about how math can help us be happier and healthier.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan talks about what to watch from big department store earnings like Macy's and Kohl's.
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The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines.
Wombi Rose, LovePop CEO and founder, discusses how his start-up company is interrupting the greeting card industry by offering consumers beautifully-crafted 3D creations.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa, reports the latest details on Uber's search for a chief executive as rivals raise money and increase market share.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan provides a preview of Wall Street expectations when AIG, MetLife and Prudential Financial report quarterly results.
Edmund Lee, Recode managing editor, discusses SoftBank's pursuit of Charter Communications as Masa Son continues to expand his empire.
The "Squawk Box" crew weighs in on some of the morning's top stories, including Wells Fargo saying it will compensate some car loan customers, and Meg Whitman denying she will become the next chief executive at Uber.
The "Squawk Box" crew talks about some of the morning's top news stories, including H.P. Enterprise CEO Meg Whitman under considersation for the top spot at Uber.
CNBC's Susan Li compares and contrasts the shares of two popular food chains: McDonald's and Chipotle Mexican Grill.
Sasha Jensen, Context Jensen Partners, discusses job opportunities in the hedge fund industry after a record six consecutive quarters of investor outflows.
Stellene Volandes, Town & Country Magazine editor-in-chief, takes a look at the escalating price of providing a child with a premier education.
Dr. Steven Stein, Multihealth Systems CEO, explains how emotional intelligence may be a better indicator of job success than known measures like IQ. The "Squawk Box" crew takes the test to see how they measure up.
Matthew Shay, NRF president & CEO, talks about the retails's sector's need for tax reform. We need to back to the drawing board and look at the things that make sense, says Shay.
The largest railroad in the U.S. continues to cut costs, this time by laying off about 8 percent of its workforce.
Australia joins China and Japan in trying to regulate and crackdown on bitcoin and digital currency exchange providers.
Insolvent German airline Air Berlin aims to strike deals to sell assets to two or more buyers by the end of September, before a government loan keeping its planes in the air runs out, its chief executive said.
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Looking ahead, Wal-Mart has raised the low end of its earnings outlook for the full year.
Investors are counting on Trump aide Gary Cohn to help push through tax reform, Jeffrey Sonnenfeld tells CNBC.
Retailers are facing "revenue cliffs" and margin compression this year, and it's not clear to investors where the bottom is.