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China could be #1 startup generator: Sood

Discussing technology startups around the globe, and competition from China, with Rahul Sood, Unikrn CEO and founder of Microsoft Ventures.

Art Cashin: Markets could hit retail sales

Discussing the current market environment, with Art Cashin, UBS director of floor operations.

New labor regulations hit home builders

Home builders say a landmark ruling by the National Labor Relations Board could have a major impact on how they do business.

September market outlook

Does the worst August in three years on Wall Street shed any light on what September might hold for investors?

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Streaming video wars

The streaming video wars are heating up between some big players.

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Kate Rogers tells us why Austin, Texas has become a launching pad for small business.

Santelli Exchange: Where's money flowing?

CNBC's Rick Santelli asks Charles Biderman, TrimTabs Investment Research, about where money is going in the market. Biderman says the selling is not over.

The read on slowing China

Insight to concerns about China growth, with Jonathan Fenby, Trusted Sources director of China research.

Hot August auto sales

CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on better-than-expected auto sales in August.

Walmart cuts employee hours

Walmart cuts employee hours to keep costs in check.

Google looks for cures

Google Life Sciences teams with Sanofi against diabetes.

Forever 21 tries on a smaller size

Forever 21 looking to downsize some stores. - WSJ

LA votes on 2024 Olympics today

Los Angeles votes on 2024 Summer Olympics bid today.

StubHub changes price display

EBay's StubHub changes the default setting on ticket pricing to exclude fees.

PayPal banks on new service

PayPal adds a peer-to-peer payment service.

CNBC update: Hillary Clinton's emails

A county clerk in Kentucky has denied a marriage license to another gay couple; and Hillary Clinton and her State Dept. aides were aware of the need to protect sensitive information when discussing international affairs over emails, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson.

Saudi's oil balancing act

Discussing whether OPEC forecast the downturn in oil prices, with Helima Croft, RBC Capital Markets.

US in solid mid-cycle expansion: Pro

As the markets dip lower Tuesday morning after the open, Jurrien Timmer, Fidelity Investments, provides perspective on the health of the U.S. economy.

The key factors for the Fed

CNBC's Steve Liesman provides perspective on the August read of the ISM Manufacturing Index, and the factors going into the Fed's decision to raise rates.

Cramer's Stop Trading: Celgene

It's time to buy stocks you like, says CNBC's Jim Cramer explaining why he is keeping an eye on shares of Celgene as stocks sell off at the open this morning.

NYMEX update: Oil prices drop 4%

Oil prices are retreating after a three day rally, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis.

August ISM Index disappoints

CNBC's Rick Santelli reports the August read for ISM, falling to the lowest level since May of 2013.

Pisani's market open: Different selloff than last week

CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at what's moving in early morning trading as markets pullback on weak China PMI numbers.

Here's the results of 'global tinkering': Santelli

CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the latest action in the bond market, and the U.S. dollar.

GM sales down 0.7% in August

CNBC's Phil LeBeau runs through the monthly sales numbers for General Motors.

Cramer's Mad Dash: Dollar Tree

Jim Cramer explains why he is taking a look at shares of Dollar Tree. It's in a secular uptrend, says Cramer.

NYSE invokes Rule 48 at Opening Bell

The S&P 500 opened in the red, as stocks retreat after weak PMI data from China. And Anthony Mitchell, Emergent Capital CEO at the NYSE, and Bill Hogan, and Tim Kenny from the St. Baldrick's Foundation at the Nasdaq, ring today's opening bell

Ford August sales up 5.4% vs. up 2.0% est.

CNBC's Phil LeBeau runs through the monthly sales numbers for Ford Motor Company.

Today's Bell Ringer, September 1, 2015

Today's bell ringers are Anthony Mitchell, Emergent Capital CEO at the NYSE, and Bill Hogan, and Tim Kenny from the St. Baldrick's Foundation at the Nasdaq.

Won't tolerate market's stupid games: Cramer

"Squawk on the Street's" Jim Cramer says investors need to stop being scared, and ask themselves where they are getting their information.

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