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  • The Roadmap: Futures Fall, Bill Gross vs. Warren Buffett

    The Squawk on the Street news team breaks down the market moving headlines, including investors bracing for the biggest point loss for the year, Bill Gross has upped his total return funds' allocation to Treasurys, while Warren Buffett says bonds need a "warning label," and the momentum for Apple's $500 mark is picking up.

  • FBI Investigated Steve Jobs' Drug Use

    CNBC's Hampton Pearson has the story on the late Steve Jobs discussion with the FBI after being considered in 1991 for a H.W. Bush political appointment.

  • Weekly Jobless Claims Drop

    CNBC's Rick Santelli has the weekly jobless claims, which are down to 358,000. Insight on whether this is a positive indicator for the economy, with Ron Baron, Baron Capital; Peter Fisher, Global Head of Fixed Income, BlackRock; Byron Wien, Blackstone Advisory Partners, who discuss what investors should buy on the pending deal in Greece.

  • Santelli Exchange: Balance Sheets Hit New Highs

    Focusing on the ECB and Fed balance sheets, with James Bianco, Bianco Research and CNBC's Rick Santelli.

  • The Long-Term Structural Trend

    CNBC's Rick Santelli and Harry Dent, "The Great Crash Ahead" author, discuss Friday's jobs numbers.

  • GOP Split Over Payroll Tax Cut

    Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX) discusses why he thinks states should be allowed to conduct drug screening for unemployment benefit applicants.

  • January Jobs Numbers Change Course of Election?

    Insight on how the jobs numbers may change the direction of the election, with Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, who says the numbers are no reason to celebrate, with Matt McDonald, Hamilton Place Strategies.

  • Winner of Twitter Contest

    Brian Healy, the CNBC Twitter follower explains how he was able to guess the non-farm payrolls number.

  • Santelli: Excited About Jobs?

    CNBC's Rick Santelli shares his thoughts on what the jobs and manufacturing data means for markets and the economy.

  • Washington Reaction to Jobs Report

    CNBC's John Harwood shares some insight on what Washington's reaction to the January jobs report numbers.

  • Santelli: Here's What's Wrong With the Jobs Number

    CNBC's Rick Santelli points out what he considers to be a weak point in today's jobs data that's artificially pushing down the unemployment rate. Santelli also points out what he considers to be the weak points in today¿s jobs data that are making the labor market look better than it really is.

  • Steady Unemployment Rate Decline?

    A look at where the unemployment rate will be at the end of 2012, with Mark Zandi, Moody's Analytics.

  • Caterpillar Bringing Jobs Back to U.S.

    CNBC's Jane Wells has the story on Caterpillar expanding organically and re-shoring jobs.

  • What to Expect From Jobs Report

    Insight on whether the report will be softer this month, with Mark Zandi, Moody's Analytics; Robert Brusca, Fact and Opinion Economics; Diane Swonk, Mesirow Financial, and CNBC's Steve Liesman.

  • Unemployment Rate Decline For Real?

    CNBC's Steve Liesman takes a look at the correlation between the unemployment rate and participation rate.

  • January Jobs to Show Improvement?

    Weighing in on the factors that will effect the unemployment rate and jobs numbers, with Lou Brien, Strategist, DRW Trading Group and Michelle Girard, RBS.

  • RLJ Founder on Business & Jobs

    Weighing in on his company's business strategy and why he believes in private equity, with Robert Johnson, The RLJ Companies founder/chairman.

  • Aligning Jobs with Worker Skills

    Workers skills and available jobs are not matched, says Sonny Perdue, former Georgia governor, who adds the workforce is not aligned with the needs of industry and business.

  • Economic Factors to Watch in 2012

    An outlook on employment, the markets, housing, and what the Fed might decide in the year to come, with Doug Duncan, Fannie Mae chief economist.

  • Former Xerox CEO: Businesses Are Cautious

    Political uncertainty and a tepid economic environment is making it tough for businesses to be bold, says Anne Mulcahy, former Xerox chairman/CEO. She adds the funnel for decision-making is a lot tougher for companies these days than it was four or five years ago.

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