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Abhey Lamba, Mizuho Securities, and CNBC's Jon Fortt, share their outlook on iPhone sales, Apple Pay and Watch.
Seamus Fernandez, Leerink Partners, and Barbara Ryan, Clermont Partners, share their thoughts on what's driving big pharma profits.
Seamus Fernandez, Leerink Partners, weighs in on Bristol-Myers' quarterly results.
Seamus Fernandez, Leerink Partners, and Barbara Ryan, Clermont Partners, break down the numbers on Pfizer's "ok" quarter, and Merck's "spectacular" results.
Karl Brauer, Kelley Blue Book, weighs in on auto trends, Ford F-150 sales, and the yen's impact on Honda.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses the pros and cons of administering antibiotics and preservatives in food sources, and the average spending on Mother's Day.
We beat our own expectations, says James Flaws, Corning CFO, parsing the numbers on Corning's quarterly results, and sharing the outlook on optical products, the fiber business and Gorilla Glass.
Five more cases of bird flu have been reported in Iowa, says CNBC's Morgan Brennan, with the details on the latest outbreak and its likely impact on consumers.
NBC's Darcy Spencer reports the latest details on the riots that erupted in Baltimore.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reveals the latest results from CNBC's Fed Survey on what the nation's top money managers, strategist and professional economists expect from Fed policy this year.
Brian White, Cantor Fitzgerald, shares his thoughts on Apple's quarterly results, and Watch sales. And White explains why he raised Apple's price target to $195 per share.
Tai Hui, J.P. Morgan Funds, provides insight to President Obama's meeting with Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, where the political leaders are expected to talk about trade, economic and military ties.
Scott Hanold, RBC Capital Markets, provides his outlook on natural gas and reveals his top nat gas plays.
Marc Santia, WNBC News, reports Baltimore has declared a state of emergency and issued a mandatory curfew as police attempt to gain control when looting and rioting erupted after the funeral of Freddie Gray, who died while in police custody.
Ana Gupte, Leerink Partners, breaks down Aetna's quarterly results and provides her outlook on the health care sector.
In 1967 Muhamad Ali refuses induction into the U.S. Army, in 2003 Apple launches the iTunes Music Store, and in 2004, Comcast abandons its bid to buy Disney.
Edward Campbell, QMA portfolio manager, says stocks will perform better than bonds and reveals where he is seeing the best investment opportunities.
Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray analyst, digs deep into Apple' quarterly results, and explains why Apple needs to do more acquisitions.
Maryland has declared a state of emergency after violence broke out just hours after the funeral of Freddie Gray, who died last week after suffering a spinal injury while in police custody.
Biotech, which has been a market leader all year, is weak, with both the market-cap weighted IBB and equal weighted XBI down roughly 4 percent each.
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