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Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray, discusses Facebook's strong earnings report yesterday as well as new products, like Facebook Home. The stock is back above $31.
Former high-ranking Chinese official Bo Xilai is charged with bribery, corruption and abuse of power in a Chinese court. The scandal exposed corruption and infighting in the Communist party. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports.
Fabrice Tourre takes the stand in his defense and says an email in the SEC case against him is "not accurate."
CNBC's Karen Tso reports on all the market moving events from Europe, including the impact of negative earnings across Europe. A lot of pain in the German markets in spite of strong GDP numbers.
CNBC's David Faber discusses AT&T's earnings and says the margins are one reason the company is taking a hit. Competition in the sector is also causing companies to spend more to add subscribers. With CNBC's Jim Cramer.
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Valerie Jarrett, senior advisor to President Obama, discusses today's economic speech and his plans for elevating the middle class. She says he will follow today's remarks with a series of speeches with more specific details.
General Motors on Thursday posted a stronger-than-expected quarterly profit on strong demand in North America and cost-cutting in its struggling European business.
Southwest Airlines Chairman and CEO Gary Kelly told CNBC he's thankful there were only minor injuries as a result of Monday's hard landing.
Byron Wien, Blackstone Advisory Partners vice chairman, discusses Larry Summers, who may be the next Fed chairman, and Janet Yellen, whom he refers to as the status quo. He also discusses what would cause him to be an outright bull: Increasing demand.
Howard Rubel, aerospace/defense analyst, Jefferies & Co., says the growing middle class has had a big impact on the need for planes among airlines. As new planes are introduced, Boeing will likely sell more, he says.
Russia has given NSA leaker Edward Snowden permission to leave the airport, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
Wick Moorman, CEO of Norfolk Southern, talks about its earnings miss. Though the company had many positives, headwinds in the coal franchise and Europe's malaise presented challenges. Still, he sees the full year coming in where everyone expects.
Caterpillar reported a lower quarterly profit on Wednesday and cut its outlook for full-year earnings.
Doug Oberhelman, chairman and CEO of Caterpillar, discusses the forces that caused weakness in its earnings. Mining activity has slowed down and inventories have been reduced among CAT dealers, he said. With Byron Wien.
PepsiCo posted better-than-expected earnings, and its CFO took a dig at Nelson Peltz's call for the company to cast off its soft drinks operations and buy Mondelez.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports that Ford's earnings were strong across the board. The company earned 45 cents/share with revenue at $36 billion, nearly a billion more than Wall Street expected. The company also raised its guidance.
Byron Wien, Blackstone Advisory Partners vice chairman, says the economy has been slow. The problem, he says, is there isn't enough global demand out there. He doesn't have a problem with what the Fed's doing, because the economy needs it.
The company announces it's moving the shareholder meeting to August 2nd in light of a new offer from Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners.
John Stephens, CFO, AT&T, discusses the company's earnings, which fell about a penny short, although the company did beat on revenue.
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