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Departing Yum Brands executive chairman David Novak says the world faces a recognition deficit and leaders must actively recognize their workers' accomplishments.
"At the end of the day, what Disney is really good at is making brands and finding new ways to distribute it," analyst Tony Wible says.
Former Dallas Fed President Richard Fisher, compares the markets to lyrics in Justin Moore's song, "You Look Like I Need a Drink."
Voters in West Virginia helped Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders score another election night victory as Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton slogs towards the nomination. Meanwhile Trump is heading to Washington to see if he can pull the Republican Party together, reports CNBC's John Harwood.
Among the events that happened on this day in history, in 1998 the French mint produces the first batch of euro coins.
NBC News' Edward Lawrence reports voters in West Virginia helped Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders score another election night victory as Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton slogs towards the nomination. Meanwhile Trump is heading to Capitol Hill to talk with Speaker Paul Ryan.
Congress should enact immigration and tax reform and resume infrastructure spending, Motorola Solutions CEO Greg Brown says.
The American goalkeeper tells CNBC she's still concerned about Zika, but decided to "begrudgingly" participate this year's Summer Olympics.
Now, there's an exchange-traded fund looking to capitalize on millennials' emerging buying power.
The divergence of U.S. economic performance and the dollar has set trap doors throughout the market, Dennis Debusschere warns.
Law enforcement is not trying to circumvent encryption on devices of suspected criminals and terrorists, NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton tells CNBC.
CNBC's Jim Cramer talks about oil's algorithmic impact on stocks.
Hope Solo, Olympic gold medalist, discusses her decision to play in the Olympics despite the Zika threat.
Alan Krueger, Princeton University, and Ed Lazear, Stanford University, discuss whether the job market is back. The most important number to view is the employment rate, says Lazear.
CNBC's Steve Liesman takes a look at jobs growth during President Obama's eight years in the Oval Office.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin provides a preview of Disney's quarterly results after the record-breaking success of "Capital America" last weekend and CEO Bob Iger's bullish comments on ESPN.
Shelby Holliday, Wall Street Journal, and Politico's Susan Glasser, crunch the latest poll numbers. At this point the economy is THE issue people will vote on in November, says Holliday.
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