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House Judiciary member Jason Chaffetz tells CNBC a smartphone is either "encrypted or it's not," ahead of an afternoon hearing on cybersecurity.
Small-business growth expanded in February to the highest level in nearly a year, a new report says.
The market used up its internal energy digging out of February's low, but stocks could go higher this week, strategist Jeffrey Saut tells CNBC.
In an exclusive CNBC interview, Phil Falcone, HC2 Holdings chairman & CEO, discusses his return to Wall Street and settlement with the SEC.
CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports Texas is a critical state for presidential candidate Ted Cruz.
LaToya Drake, Google trends expert, discusses what voters are searching before Super Tuesday.
Bradley Tusk, Tusk Ventures CEO, weighs in on the delicate balancing act between protecting privacy and providing security.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports a New York federal judge says the government can't make Apple unlock a drug dealer's iPhone, and takes a look at the implications for Apple's fight against the FBI.
In order to see new highs in U.S. markets we are going to have to see earnings growth, says Stephen Parker, J.P. Morgan Private Bank, sharing his outlook on the markets and where he sees investment opportunities.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports Valeant CEO Michael Pearson returns from medical leave and cancel's the company's fourth quarter report, all this after Valeant reveals it's under investigation by the SEC. Shares dropped by more than 18 percent and some very high profile investors are taking a hit.
If Trump beat Cruz in Texas, that's it, says Larry Kudlow, CNBC senior contributor, sharing his thoughts on Super Tuesday's showdown and weighing in on the infighting among Republican candidates.
This is the far left wing of the Republican party and they don't have any influence, says Larry Kudlow, CNBC senior contributor, criticizing members of the GOP coming out against Donald Trump.
CNBC's John Harwood provides a preview of what's at stake for the presidential candidates with delegates in 12 states up for grabs.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports a luxury car war could be brewing as automakers saturate the market with hyper-fast, hyper-priced luxury vehicles.
The "Squawk Box" news team discusses some of the morning's most provocative headlines, including a Goldman employee put on administrative leave and McDonald's virtual reality Happy Meals.
Kristin Soltis-Anderson, Washington Examiner, and Ben LaBolt, Democratic strategist, talk about the contentious presidential race as voters in dozens of states make their way to the polls on Super Tuesday. And Soltis-Anderson shares her thoughts on why Donald Trump continues to defy expectations and will likely become the Republican nominee.
Jeffrey Saut, Raymond James, explains why he thinks markets are ready to take a stab at a rally. The upside should be favored here and earnings have been coming in better than estimated, says Saut. I think the economy is stronger than the government's official figures suggest, says Saut.
Barclays CEO Jes Staley discusses the costs associated with removing non-core assets and its impact on the price of the stock.
Our core business generates a very strong level of profitability, says Barclays CEO Jes Staley, talking with CNBC's Kayla Tausche about the bank's strategy for the future. Shedding non-core assets is key for us, says Staley.
A New York federal judge says the government can't make Apple unlock a drug dealer's iPhone. CNBC's Eamon Javers takes a look at the ruling and its likely impact on Apple versus the FBI case.
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