The S&P 500 could have a total return of as much as 11 percent next year, including nearly a 2 percent dividend, analyst David Darst tells CNBC.» Read More
The NFL announces it will impose strict penalties for incidences of abuse and sexual assaults. NBC's Dave Briggs discusses the NFL's strict stance against domestic violence.
Politico's Ben White discusses the geopolitical problems weighing on President Obama, including coming up with a strategy on ISIS. Also White provides his take on the hot button issues on Capitol Hill.
David Poland, Movie City News, provides his take on this summer's winners and losers and why movie studios are watching international sales.
The story is getting better, not worse, says James Swanson, MFS Investment Management, sharing his thoughts on the market outlook. And Richard Hoey, BNY Mellon chief economist, weighs in on the economy.
CNBC's Rick Santelli reports revised Q2 GDP resulted in 4.2 percent, and weekly jobless claims came in at 298,000.
Where real estate is working, and where rental rates are going up, with Bob Sulentic, CBRE Group President & CEO.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports JPMorgan is not seeing any fraud activity so far, but says it has experienced a cyberintrusion.
Charles Biderman, TrimTabs Investment Research CEO, analyzes current market conditions.
Discussing summer traffic, and the attention to safety associated with park rides, with Matthew Ouimet, Cedar Fair president & CEO.
TrimTabs Chairman Charles Biderman also tells CNBC stocks are "rigged" due to low interest rates.
Dollar General reported Q2 EPS of $0.83 ex-items on revenue of $4.72 billion. Anthony Chukumba, BB&T Capital Markets, shares his take on the bidding war for Family Dollar.
CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at how much investors who bought in the August 7th dip have profited in some stocks, including JC Penney.
Ford's Mustang is turning 50 this year and going global for the first time. Ford President of the Americas Joe Hinrichs, discusses the success of Ford's iconic brand, and the 2015 Mustang.
Do consumers care about GDP data? Drew Matus, UBS deputy chief U.S. economist, and CNBC's Steve Liesman, share their opinions.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines, including the first time a crew member for the TV show "Cops" was killed in the show's 25-year history.
John Hofmeister, Citizens For Affordable Energy, makes the case for using natural gas as the transportation fuel. "This is not putting the oil companies out of business, or attacking fossil fuels," he says.
"The Federal government has given up the business of running highways," says John Hofmeister, Citizens For Affordable Energy. He thinks they should let the state's take over.
A look at photos of damage to a boatyard in Santa Catalina Island, and the weather forecast into the Labor Day weekend, with The Weather Channel's Alex Wallace.
Russia has reportedly opened up a third front in Ukraine, in what Western military officials are calling a "stealth invasion." NBC News' Albina Kovalyova provides insight, as well as an update on three McDonald's temporarily shut down.
The U.S. has stopped taking applications from Chinese people for the EB-5 visa program. CNBC's Eunice Yoon explains why.
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