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Bush's record breaking tax release

Jeb Bush releases 33 years worth of tax returns; the most ever by a U.S. presidential candidate.

Trump fallout continues

The backlash against Donald Trump's comments about Mexican immigrants to the U.S. continues to grow.

Disney shatters own glass ceiling

Disney names Christine McCarthy its first female Chief Financial Officer, the company's highest ranking woman ever.

Change at the top at Nike

Nike Chairman Phil Knight announces plans to step down; says he plans to stay involved with the company.

The U.S. and Cuba make it official

The U.S. and Cuba are expected to announce embassy openings today, the final step toward renewing diplomatic relations.

Expect 'decent' equity returns in 2nd half: Pro

I don't think valuations are "excessive", says Rebecca Patterson, Bessemer Trust CIO, sharing her outlook on markets, the economy, and the impact of a possible "Grexit."

Schaeuble: No point in talks before referendum

CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera has the latest details on Germany's response to reported concessions by Greece's Tsipras and provides a look at the economic hardships facing the Greek people.

Stuck in fixed income?

Guy LeBas, Janney Montgomery Scott, shares his outlook on bonds and where he sees the best investment opportunities.

Greece financial crisis 'tip of the iceberg': IGroup founder

CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, and Anastasios Economou, iGroup founder, discuss whether Greece can be saved and the outlook on Greece's economy.

Macau on losing streak as revenues near 5-year low

CNBC's Eunice Yoon takes a look at why the chips are down for Macau despite tens of millions of people visiting its casinos.

Politics in play: Jeb's income, Hillary's emails

CNBC's John Harwood provides highlights from his interview with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, and weighs in on Jeb Bush's income, and new disclosures about Hillary Clinton's emails.

Greece has been 'scared straight': David Bianco

David Bianco, Deutsche Bank, and Doug Cote, Voya Investment Management, share their thoughts on Greece's likely concessions, and weigh in on where they see the markets headed.

Tsipras concedes on terms: Report

CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports Greece appears ready to accept demands by its creditors.

What's happening to the euro?

Jens Nordvig, global head of FX strategy at Nomura Securities, discusses the euro and predicts what may happen to bond yields.

US beer under pressure?

Vivien Azer, analyst for Cowen & Co., explains the market trends driving the alcoholic beverage sector.

Fund management industry ripe for disruption: KPMG analyst

Tom Brown, global head of investment management at KPMG, discusses risk in the fund management industry.

Europeans don't understand what's happening in Greece: Greek mayor

Yiannis Boutaris, Greek mayor of Thessaloniki and head of the "Yes" campaign, talks about the bailout referendum coming up this weekend.

Why it's getting tougher for the banking sector

Ed Firth, head of European banks at Macquarie Group, talks about the banking sector and the new chief executives of Credit Suisse and Deutsche Bank.

Pelosi on O'Malley's effectiveness in Baltimore

As the daughter and sister of former Baltimore mayors, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi reflects on Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley's leadership amid the city's recent unrest.

Pelosi: Republican leadership lacked 'a moral fiber'

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi reflects on the string of Republican congressional leadership scandals in the late '90s, calling former Republican Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert a figurehead.

Pelosi: Obama not too soft on Wall Street

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi says she disagrees with Democrats who suggest the Obama administration has been too soft on Wall Street.

Pelosi: You can't say 'I should be elected because I'm a woman'

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi joins CNBC's John Harwood for chocolate ice cream and to discuss Democrats' 2016 prospects and the recent cultural and judicial shifts in the U.S.

Q3 begins with Greek crisis, data in focus

Futures point to a higher open as Wall Street begins the second half of the year on reports that Greece might be willing to accept bailout conditions from its creditors. This morning, investors also get the first of two key jobs reports.

Should you invest in Europe?

Steve Jacobs, CEO of BTG Pactual Global Asset Management, talks about what might happen if Greeks vote "no" in this weekend's referendum.

Will Greek banks run out of money?

Kyriakos Mitsotakis, Greek member of parliament for New Democracy, discusses the financial situation ahead of this weekend's bailout referendum.

Mongolia 'back for business': PM

Mongolian Prime Minister Chimed Saikhanbileg discusses the country's political and economic ties to China, Russia and the West.

Are investors overlooking short-term risk?

Jeremy Amias, global head of financial institutions at Standard Chartered Bank, says that while everyone is talking about Greece, they're not focused on the immediate short-term risk.

Best from Primark still to come: Analyst

Barry Dixon, head of research at Davy Research, shares some of his top stock picks, saying Primark is still the main growth driver for AB Foods.

Europe opens higher despite Greece default

European equities opened higher Wednesday, despite Greece on Tuesday becoming the first advanced economy to effectively default on a loan with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Greece is not a systemic risk: CEO

Fiona Frick, CEO of Unigestion, says Greece does not pose a systemic risk to global markets.

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