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Kevin Smithen, Macquarie Securities, says that even though they're pretty negative on telecom in the short term, but he sees infrastructure and other investments paying off in the long term.
Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and Tony Fratto, Hamilton Place Strategies, discuss the President's big economic speech today in light of the upcoming budget battles with Congress.
CNBC's Scott Cohn offers a preview of Detroit's bankruptcy hearing after a state appeals court halted all challenges to the city's declaration. Today is the first hearing.
Tom Forte, Telsey Advisory Group, believes Apple has opportunity in emerging markets and that the company's innovation will continue to drive profits.
Jacob Frenkel, Schulman Rogers, discusses what criminal charges are likely to be brought against SAC Capital.
Dell shareholders gather again to vote on the founder's offer. President Obama prepares for a new economic push, and a new NBC News-WSJ poll shows how little American's think about our leaders in Washington. Congress is rated at the lowest level in the history of the poll. Also, an earnings roundup.
If Detroit gets its way in bankruptcy court, the cost of borrowing for cities and states could spike, the CEO of bond insurer Assured Guaranty warns on CNBC.
Nick Cannon, host of NBC's "America's Got Talent," rings the opening bell at the NYSE and discusses his show, which begins its 8th season tonight.
DuPont chief Ellen Kullman is being tight-lipped about Nelson Peltz's investment in the company, telling CNBC she had not spoken with the activist investor.
Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross says he believes China is getting control of the shadow banking system.
Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell.
Daniel Ernst, Hudson Square Research Inc., says he continues to see fiscal year 2013 as Apple's "lost year." He says he's not excited about a cheap iPhone, because it's like asking Audi to sell a cheap car.
CNBC's Steve Liesman and Rick Santelli discuss the economy, GDP and Real Gross Domestic Income, as well as the Fed and when tapering might come. With Wilbur Ross.
Rich Tullo, research director at Albert Fried & Company, appeared on CNBC's "Squawk Box" on Tuesday.
Ellen Kullman, chairman & CEO of DuPont, discusses her company's earnings and the possibility of selling the performance chemicals unit, as well as the planned management restructuring. She also addresses activist investor Nelson Peltz's comments last week.
SAC Capital sends out a 45-page rebuttal to the charges from the SEC, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly. The firm has gone to great lengths to deter insider trading, according to the letter.
J. David Anderson, oil services & equipment analyst, JPMorgan, says in the near term, a good U.S. economy means a pick up in demand and, as a result, higher oil prices. Natural gas, he says, will probably stay at its current levels.
Dominic Frederico, CEO, Assured Guaranty Ltd., talks about his company's exposure in light of Detroit's bankruptcy. The solution has to involve growth, at some level, says Frederico. With Wilbur Ross.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on a Southwest Airlines plane that tried to land at LaGuardia Airport, when the landing gear collapsed. The accident caused several minor injuries. He also looks at the increase in flying around the world, particularly Asia.
J. Clifford Hudson, chairman & CEO, Sonic Corp., talks about his company's role in National Hot Dog Day as well as the outlook for the fast food industry, particularly in light of McDonald's poor showing yesterday.
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