U.S. Business Day Power Lunch


  • 'Seriously delinquent' loans may get reduction

    Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are now launching a principal reduction program, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

  • Why is there a growing support for socialism?

    Discussing Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders’ democratic socialist views, and the debate on overthrowing capitalism, with Mimi Soltysik, Socialist Party U.S.A. 2016 presidential candidate, and Mark Matson, Matson Money founder and CEO.

  • Trump campaign manager will not faces charges

    A look at surveillance video of the event in which Donald Trump's campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was charged with alleged battery in connection with former Breitbart News Network reporter Michelle Fields. Florida State Attorney Dave Aronberg announces there will not be a prosecution in the case against Lewandowski.

  • Florida Attorney: We never charged Trump campaign manager

    Republican presidential candidate's campaign manager Corey Lewandowski will not face charges for battery. Florida State Attorney Dave Aronberg speaks on the matter.

  • Fixing airport wait times

    Discussing speeding up airport security, with Gordon Bethune, former Continental Airlines Chairman and CEO, and Seth Kaplan, Airline Weekly managing partner.

  • Founder & CEO of Theranos Elizabeth Holmes.

    Business leaders consider how Elizabeth Holmes proposed banning could impact the company and pharmaceutical industry.

  • Future of global growth

    Discussing the path for currencies, and global plays, with Giordano Lombardo, Pioneer Investments Deputy CEO and Group CIO

  • Most valuable of Nazi-looted art still missing

    Hundreds of thousands of work is still missing, explains Robert Edsel, Monuments Men Foundation founder and chairman, in discussing the reaction to the recovered Modigliani painting "Seated Man With a Cane."

  • Bill George's tax code solutions

    Discussing the problems with corporate tax inversions, with Bill George, former Medtronic CEO, and Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

  • Theranos founder didn't do her homework: Bill George

    Bill George, Harvard Business School, shares his view on Theranos Inc. founder Elizabeth Holmes and the blood-testing business.

  • Theranos under fire

    After the WSJ reported regulators are considering banning Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes from owning or running any labs for at least two years, Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School Management; Bill George, Harvard Business School; and Les Funtleyder, ESquared portfolio manager, discuss Theranos.

  • Kansas City Southern freight train

    Ship it! The transport stocks have managed impressive outperformance this year.

  • A worker weight pieces of gold before melting

    Gold eased on Thursday as the dollar extended its biggest one-day rally in over a month.

  • Jack Lew, Treasury Secretary.

    Treasury Secretary Jack Lew told CNBC: "Everyone who engages in business knows that it's subject to changes in law or in ruling."

  • Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers.

    Former Clinton Treasury Secretary Larry Summers tells CNBC the worst debts are ones incurred by putting off necessary spending.

  • As oil producers gear up to meet this weekend, experts weigh in on the implications of the gathering.

  • Blockbuster mansions

    CNBC's Robert Frank gives a peek into the new arms race in luxury real estate: the movie trailer.

  • Dollars cash

    A daily morning look at the financial stories you need to know to start the day.

  • Where's energy headed?

    Discussing the outcomes of the oil producers meeting in Doha this weekend with Kyle Cooper, Criterion Research founding partner, and Kent Moors, executive chairman at Energy Capital.

  • Oil tentative ahead of Doha meeting

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the back and forth in oil prices today.

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