CNBC Anchors and Reporters

Karin Caifa

Multimedia journalist

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  • Second-quarter earnings season kicks off Monday when Dow component Alcoa reports after the bell. CNBC Managing Editor Tyler Mathisen talked to Bob Pisani at the New York Stock Exchange to get a sense of Wall Street's expectations.

  • Word is out that former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney will likely announce his run for the GOP presidential nod next Tuesday, but Wednesday he reminded CNBC's Larry Kudlow, "I'm not a candidate yet."

  • On the eve of a conversation with a delegation from North Korea, Democratic Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico talked diplomacy with CNBC's “Kudlow & Company,” as well as his presidential prospects, and the hot-button issue of immigration. Richardson is slated to meet with two top North Korean officials Friday, ahead of the six-party talks scheduled to resume in Beijing on Monday. Richardson will not act as a representative of the White House, but said his message will be much the same.

  • Two senators, two parties, two men mulling White House bids. Possible presidential candidates John Kerry and Sam Brownback sat down with CNBC's Larry Kudlow on “Kudlow & Company,” to talk about the findings of the Iraq Study Group, the economy, and other issues they could face on the campaign trail.