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  • The share price of Facebook stock is seen at the Nasdaq stock market in New York.

    Facebook will acquire PrivateCore, a firm that 'validates and secures' server data and protects servers from possible breaches.

  • Gannett CEO: Now is the moment to grow

    Gannett is spinning off its publishing business, and has bought the portion of Cars.com it did not already own for $1.8 billion. Gracia Martore, Gannett Company president & CEO, explains the media company's growth strategy and future plans for their business.

  • Equinox pumps holdings

    Harvey Spevak, Equinox CEO, discusses the acquisition of Sports Club LA properties and Reebok Sports Club's New York location. Spevak also explains their mobile app.

  • What Swell brings to Apple

    According to Re/code, Apple is close to buying Swell, a Pandora for talk radio. The "Squawk Alley" crew and Jon Steinberg, Daily Mail North America CEO, provide insight.

  • Dollar Tree news surprising: Pro

    Charles Grom, Sterne Agee Managing Director, weighs in on Dollar Tree's acquisition of Family Dollar and where Dollar General now stands. Grom says he does not foresee Dollar General coming in with a higher bid.

  • Board representation could appear in a revised proposal, according to a report from Bloomberg.

  • Hain Celestial CEO: Natural organics spreading globally

    Irwin Simon, Hain Celestial CEO, discuss the company's acquisition of the remaining interest in Hain Pure Protein.

  • Sources says Rupert Murdoch's 21st Century Fox may sell off some of its European assets to bolster its Time Warner offer, according to Bloomberg.

  • AECOM acquires URS for $6 billion

    In a $6 billion deal, engineering giant AECOM Technology Corporation, announced its acquisition of rival URS. AECOM Technology Corporation CEO Mike Burke discusses the deal, the regulatory environment outside the U.S., and his confidence in regards to paying down debt.

  • AbbVie nears Shire acquisition

    Shire says it is willing to recommend AbbVie's latest takeover bid to shareholders. CNBC's David Faber outlines the details of the potential deal.

  • A construction worker specializing in pipe-laying sandblasts a section of pipeline in North Dakota.

    Whiting Petroleum said it would acquire Kodiak Oil& Gas for $3.8 billion, becoming the largest producer in North Dakota's Bakken shale play.

  • AECOM's projects include One World Trade Center in New York City.

    AECOM Technology said it will pay $4 billion to acquire URS in an acquisition that is expected to complete in October.

  • A truck passes in front Archer-Daniels-Midland signage displayed on the side of a grain storage bin at an ADM grain elevator in Niantic, Illinois.

    ADM said it is buying food flavors and specialty ingredients company Wild Flavors for 2.2 billion euros ($3 billion) in cash.

  • Google streams into Songza

    Google has acquired music streaming service Songza. The "Squawk on the Street" news team discuss who this deal benefits.

  • Death of the desktop?

    Scott McNealy, Sun Microsystems co-founder, shares his thoughts on the future of the PC and the "Internet of things."

  • McNealy: IRS email loss 'stunning'

    How in the day and age of the cloud and back-up could this happen, asks Scott McNealy, Sun Microsystems co-founder, sharing his frustration with the IRS losing emails.

  • Wisconsin Energy struck a $5.71 billion deal to buy Integrys Energy, creating a larger, more diverse electric and natural gas company.

  • In a country where owning a car has long been a symbol of luxury and success, around 85 percent of Chinese car buyers still buy cars with cash.

  • This photo illustration shows a man looking at the bitcoin exchange website of Mt. Gox in Tokyo last February.

    The failed Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange, Mt.Gox, received court approval on Tuesday to begin Chapter 15 bankruptcy proceedings in the United States.

  • Fans celebrate after the Los Angeles Kings beat the New York Rangers to win the Stanley Cup on June 13, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

    Sitting atop LA's shaky sports scene, the Stanley Cup champs may never fetch a higher price for their corporate owners.