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Is this is a good time to buy shares of the tech giant now that the numbers are coming down? Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray analyst, explains why investors need to look at the "product release schedule" before making an investment decision on the stock.
CNBC's David Faber has the latest details on the bid for Sprint and the need for additional spectrum.
Richard Greenfield, BTIG analyst, discusses some of the flaws in the system of "bundling" and explains why he has a buy rating on Netflix and $250 price target on the stock.
Adam Goldstein, President & CEO of Royal Caribbean International, explains how negative headlines have impacted the cruise industry and discusses the launch of a new class of ship called Quantum Class.
Chris King, Stifel Nicolaus, says Dish Network's informal bid to acquire Sprint Nextel for $7 per share in a deal worth $25.5 billion could spark a bidding war.
How do companies keep customers happy while adding shareholder value in today's market? Robert Kaplan, Harvard Business School professor of management, takes a look at JC Penney's struggles and offers a few suggestions.
United Continental CFO John Rainey responds to accusations made Tuesday on "Squawk Box" by Richard Branson that United waged an airfare price war to damage Virgin America.
Steve Bertoni, Forbes associate editor, provides perspective on the change in leadership at JC Penney; the future of the retailer; and hedge fund manager Bill Ackman's stake in the company.
David Cush, president and CEO of Virgin America, discusses airline competition, the future of flight and how bigger carriers have driven themselves into bankruptcy, with Sir Richard Branson, founder and chairman of Virgin Group.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau talks with Fabrice Bregier, CEO of Airbus, about building a new plant in Alabama, hiring, and the decision not to use lithium-ion batteries in its new A350 jets.
Blackberry beat Apple in a landslide with 63 percent of the nearly 16,000 votes cast on our Facebook page and our Squawk.CNBC.com show page.
David Donatelli, HP Enterprise Servers general manager, reveals a leaner and greener way to store data.
John Abell, Reuters MediaFile columnist, discusses whether the huge premium consumers have to pay for Apple products is justified.
The FMHR traders debate the play on Microsoft's downgrade. And, Henry Blodget, Business Insider, speculates what Facebook is likely to reveal at the company's media event later today.
Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital founder & managing director, discusses speculation surrounding Facebook's new operating system for Android, and whether it will be enough to "move the needle," as CEO Zuckerberg has said.
The social network is expected to unveil an operating system built into Google's Android, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Martin Franklin, Executive Chairman at Jarden, provides perspective on the health of the U.S. consumer; and weighs in on promoting brand growth.
James Moorman, equity analyst at S&P Capital IQ, tells CNBC the last quarter was challenging for BlackBerry as it had to deal with competition from Apple and Samsung, as well as a loss of customers.
Shafqat Islam, Co-Founder, CEO of NewsCred, explains how his startup business has been able to convince major brand companies they need to pay for the news.
Jim Suva, Citigroup analyst weighs in on the smartphone maker's turnaround plan and why the stock could fall into the single-digits.