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  • Cowboys owner makes big bet on boxing

    The Dallas Cowboys take the top spot in Forbes' annual list as the world's most valuable sports team. Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, discusses boxing, football and politics.

  • Former NATO Commander: Erdogan's Clampdown Coup

    Wesley Clark, Fmr. NATO Supreme Allied Commander and Chairman & CEO, comments on Turkey's failed coup.

  • Fox comments on reports about Roger Ailes' future

    21st Century Fox releases a statement on the future of Roger Ailes, Fox News Chairman & CEO.

  • Fiat cooperating with SEC investigation

    In addition to earlier reports of Fiat Chrysler being under investigation with DOJ, a recent press release confirms they are also cooperating with SEC investigation. CNBC's Susan Li reports.

  • Semis ripe for acquisition?

    The semiconductor ETF ticker SMH surges nearly 3 percent after the ARM/SoftBank deal was announced, hitting all-time highs. Rajvindra Gill, managing director of semiconductor research at Needham & Company, names other semiconductor stocks we should look at.

  • RNC: High profile rebpulicans aren't showing up

    CNBC Senior Contributor Larry Kudlow reports from the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

  • The case for Netflix

    Discussing the future of Netflix are Michael Morris, managing director from Guggenheim Securities, with the bull case; and Neil Doshi, managing director at Mizuho Securities, with the bear case.

  • What to expect from IBM

    Dan Morgan, senior portfolio manager with Synovus Trust and IBM shareholder, discusses his bullish case for IBM.

  • What to expect when Yahoo reports after bell

    CNBC's Josh Lipton looks ahead at Yahoo's earnings report and what to expect as final bids for the company's core internet business are due today.

  • Small-caps set for new highs?

    Sam Stovall, S&P Global Market Intelligence, breaks down the numbers and provides his input on small-cap stocks.

  • Turkish senior advisor discusses 'point of the coup'

    Robert Amsterdam, senior advisor to Turkish President Erdogan, discusses Turkey's coup fallout between Erdogan and Gulen, and possible reasons behind it.

  • Risks to the market rally

    Will earnings, the election and the coup attempt on Turkish president Erdogan derail this market rally? CNBC's Brian Sullivan turn towards to Ernie Cecilia, Chief Investment Officer of Bryn Mawr Trust, and Darin Richards, Chief Investment Officer of AKT Wealth Advisors, for their input.

  • Builders less upbeat

    With the home builder sentiment dropping one point, home builders are losing a little faith in their market in July. CNBC’s Diana Olick shares comments from Doug Bauer, Tri Pointe Homes CEO, on the current home market.

  • What's next for 'Dump Trump'?

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera speaks with Beau Correll, RNC delegate from Virginia.

  • Apple's decline: Good for markets?

    Could Apple's decline be a good thing for the market? CNBC contributor Jon Najarian and Matt Maley, MillerTabak & Co., LLC, Managing Director and Equity Strategist discuss.

  • Agency calls for Russian athlete ban at Olympics

    World Anti-Doping Agency recommends no Russian team from any sport should show up to Rio for the Olympics, which is only 19 days away. CNBC's Eric Chemi reports.

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