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Stocks have been off to a rocky start, but that is now starting to change as we enter the heart of earnings season.
NYSE President Tom Farley tells CNBC there's no truth to reports about a sale of the exchange or closing down the trading floor.
Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia co-founder, shares his thoughts on encryption and securing Internet privacy. Also Wales weighs in on the company's fast-growing mobile strategy and net neutrality.
CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching shares of UPS and McDonald's.
Thomas Farley, NYSE president, dispels the rumor the NYSE is for sale. Also Farley weighs in on how technology is changing the way investors trade, including high-frequency trading.
David Cheesewright, Walmart International CEO, discusses his company's global strategy, China and investing in food safety.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, shares his views on tax reform.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew, weighs in on U.S. monetary policy and the strong dollar.
Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs chairman & CEO, shares his thoughts on banking regulations.
Lloyd Blankfein, Goldman Sachs chairman & CEO, shares his thoughts on the impact of volatility on investors, and the ECB's QE plan.
"Squawk Box's" Becky Quick talks with GM CEO Mary Barra about the impact of lower gas prices on the automaker.
Mike Fries, Liberty Global president & CEO, shares his thoughts on net neutrality in the U.S. versus European regulations. Also Fries weighs in on consolidation in the media space.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell, and Andrew Witty, GlaxoSmithKline CEO, discuss the latest developments in finding an Ebola vaccine.
Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper explains why the marijuana business needs more government regulation.
We've made real progress, says Gov. John Hickenlooper, (D-Colo.), discussing his state's efforts to regulate recreational marijuana.
CNBC's Hadley Gamble discusses the death of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and how his passing could impact global markets.
States around the U.S. should be cautious when considering the legalization of marijuana, Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper tells CNBC.
General Motors isn't changing anything in the long term because of lower gas prices, CEO Mary Barra tells CNBC in Davos.
Health care utilization is not dropping, but shifting toward a great focus on outpatient care, Bernard Tyson told CNBC.
Kyle Bass, Hayman Capital Management, shares his thoughts on General Motors.
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