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Restaurateurs and investors Bobby Flay and Tim Love, discuss the opening of "Bobby's Burger Palace," and the health of fast casual dining.
CNBC's Jane Wells rounds up which fast casual restaurant chains are performing the best, and which are struggling.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports from Pebble Beach, California, where a 1962 Ferrari was sold for $34.65 million, which came to $38 million with auction fees.
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports on David Tepper's 13F filing, as well as the holdings of Leon Cooperman and David Einhorn.
Lance Slaughter from the ALS Association, discusses the phenomenon spreading across social media to dump a bucket of ice over your head to raise awareness for ALS.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell explains what ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease is, and what is known about treating the disease.
A look at two million dollar homes: the "Pious Pad," and the "Pop Glam," with the "Squawk Box" crew and real estate super broker Dolly Lentz.
Discussing geopolitical concerns and the impact to economies in Europe, the U.S. and around the globe, with Rebecca Patterson, Bessemer, and Ed Keon, QMA Financial.
Coca-Cola is spending over $2 billion to buy a nearly 17 percent stake in Monster Beverage. John Faucher, JPMorgan, questions why it doesn't buy the whole company.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines, including Paul McCartney closing down Candlestick.
JC Penney's earnings beat the Street. Paul Trussel, Deutsche Bank, discusses Penney's turnaround, and what worries stood from the retailer's earnings.
Discussing this week's market action, and how to play stocks, bonds and the Fed, with John Brady, R.J. O'Brien managing director.
Nina Khrushcheva, The New School associate professor, discusses Russia's offer of humanitarian aid for Ukraine and whether it's an incursion plan by President Putin. I don't think Putin wants to invade, says Khrushcheva.
David Darst, Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, discusses what investors to watch for in the coming months. The market basically wants to lift, says Darst.
CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera reports the latest details on the deadly plane crash that killed Brazilian presidential candidate Eduardo Campos and six others as they were on the way to a campaign stop.
Gerald Storch, Storch Advisors, discusses the major shift between traditional retailers and Internet sales. And Storch weighs in on the state of consumer spending. The shift towards value continues, says Storch.
Kenneth Feld, Feld Entertainment CEO, discusses the launch of Marvel's superheroes show and the big business of the big top. The beauty of the tour is you can see these characters near your hometown, say Feld.
Anthony Chan, Chase chief economist, and Julian Emanuel, UBS U.S. equity strategist, discuss how geopolitical risks are impacting European and Japanese markets. I have faith Japan will do better in the second half, predicts Chan.
Wal-Mart reported a 2.8 percent rise in sales, but U.S. same-store sales failed to show growth again.
Ukraine has called Russia's dispatch of an aid convoy a "cynical act designed to fan a pro-Russian rebellion. David Adesnik, American Enterprise Institute, talks about Putin's likely next move.
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