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The "Squawk Box" crew chats about the morning's top headlines, including Goldman Sachs CEO's tweet attraction and President Trump's dig at the DNC during a meeting with tech executive.
Mickey Chadha, Moody's vice president, and Edmund Lee, Recode managing editor, weigh in on how Amazon's takeover of Whole Foods will likely impact consumers and grocery retailers.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon, talks to Disney CEO Bob Iger about the one-year anniversary of the opening of Disney's Shanghai theme park.
William Santana Li, Knightscope chairman & CEO, explains how autonomous security robots can help increase community security for about seven dollars an hour.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports Anbang Chairman Wu Xiaohui is stepping down amid reports he has been taken away by authorities and sought ties with Jared Kushner.
Lynne Doughtie, KPMG U.S. chairman & CEO, reveals results of a major study of 400 CEOs which shows their outlook for the next three years in key areas of investment, hiring and more.
Christopher Whalen, Whalen Global Advisors, discusses how scaling back much of the Dodd-Frank legislation will likely impact the financial sector.
The "Squawk Box" crew talks about the day's top news stories, including a tech glitch at Amazon which prevented customers from accessing the website for a short time.
The "Squawk Box" crew talks about some of the morning's top headlines, including a bipartisan vote to raise taxes in Kansas, a move that overrides a veto by Governor Brownback.
The "Squawk Box" crew discusses some of the morning's top headlines, including a huge monetary judgment in a robocall case, and the retirement of Perrigo's chief executive.
The next technical level down is around $45, says Mark Grant, Hilltop Securities, providing his outlook on oil prices as a division forms among OPEC members.
CNBC's Eric Chemi checks out how accurate Twitter's conclusions are about your personal data.
It's been an incredible year for hiring, says Daniel Roth, LinkedIn editor in chief, talking about hiring trends in the U.S. and where they are seeing job growth.
Michael Graham, Canaccord Genuity, weighs in on Amazon's $1000 per share milestone and where the tech giant will likely focus its next target. You have to figure Amazon will continue to take share in the retail space, says Graham.
Christopher Gray, Scholly co-founder and CEO, discusses how the company's simple search platform is helping students find the funds to achieve their education dreams.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on one company that provides airport sleeping pods for people craving some peace and privacy while waiting for their flights.
The Consumer Confidence Index rose in June to 118.9, despite expectations for it to drop, The Conference Board announced Tuesday.
The data from S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller show home price growth has dipped from last month.
Alphabet was hit with a record 2.42 billion euro fine on Tuesday. CNBC looks back at other large fines from the EU.
"Many think that Sprint really had its back against the wall" with T-Mobile, Wells Fargo analyst Jennifer Fritzsche says.
Consumers will pay an average of $2.21 per gallon at the pump, GasBuddy reports.
CFRA predicts the S&P 500 will continue its upward trend in the second half of the year, despite potential volatility.