U.S. Business Day Squawk Box

  • Magic Leap is developing augmented reality technology

    Jessi Hempel, Wired senior writer, discusses the secrets of virtual reality company Magic Leap which managed to raise a billion and a half dollars and has yet to produce a single product.

  • Tubman to replace Jackson on $20 bill

    Anti-slavery activist Harriet Tubman will replace Andrew Jackson on the twenty dollar bill while Alexander Hamilton remains on the $10 bill. CNBC's Eamon Javers provides reaction to the Treasury Department's currency move.

  • Boockvar's bearish swipe at markets

    Peter Boockvar, The Lindsey Group, explains why he is not overly optimistic about the markets here and thinks the bottom in commodity prices is "for real."

  • Charting market's critical' next move: Technician

    Katie Stockton, BTIG chief technical strategist, turns a technical eye towards the charts to see where the markets are heading in the next couple of weeks. I think the financials are going to be key, says Stockton.

  • This Day in History, April 21, 2016

    Among the events that happened on this day in history, in 1895 the first movie projector was demonstrated in the U.S.

  • In this undated photo provided by the Wildlife Conservation Research Unit, Cecil the lion rests in Hwange National Park, in Hwange, Zimbabwe.

    Small changes by businesses and consumers can make a big difference in saving the lives of animals worldwide, Wayne Pacelle says.

  • Cramer's stocks to watch: KO

    CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching shares of Coca-Cola after reporting quarterly results and explains why investors should not get too excited about natural gas.

  • When reality pays off

    Luann De Lesseps, "Real Housewives of New York," and Ramona Singer, "Real Housewives of New York," discuss how their roles on reality television helped launch their entrepreneurial careers.

  • Best candidate for the economy?

    Christian Weller, Center for American Progress, and Douglas Holtz-Eakin American Action Forum provide their positions on which presidential candidate would bode best for the U.S. economy. I'm not overwhelmed by the quality of the economic policymakers on either side of this race, says Holtz-Eakin.

  • Gumball Rally... road trip for the super rich

    CNBC's Robert Frank takes a look at one of the most expensive races in the world where more than 200 rich guys take their race cars on a transcontinental journey.

  • An oil pumpjack works at dawn in the Permian Basin oil field on January 20, 2016 in the oil town of Andrews, Texas.

    The "new normal" for U.S. oil prices could be as much as double the current $40 per barrel by 2018, a long-time industry advisor tells CNBC.

  • Jim Paulsen

    Stocks should make new highs soon, closely followed strategist Jim Paulsen tells CNBC.

  • Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

    Market watchers shouldn't expect the presidential election to tip stocks one way or the other, analysts tell CNBC.

  • Steve Forbes, Forbes Media Chairman & Editor-In-Chief.

    Steve Forbes, a former GOP presidential candidate, also tells CNBC Donald Trump should be the nominee if he wins most of the final primaries.

  • Donald Trump pauses as he speaks at his New York presidential primary night rally in Manhattan, April 19, 2016.

    Donald Trump is becoming more formidable as his campaign becomes increasingly professional, former Rep. Harold Ford says.

  • Coca-Cola COKE

    Coca-Cola's quarterly sales fell 4 percent, marking a year of decline, as a strong dollar eroded the value of sales in markets outside the U.S.

  • Coca Cola beats on top and bottom line

    Mark Swartzberg, Stifel Nicolaus analyst breaks down Coca-Cola's quarterly numbers and provides his outlook on the company.

  • Obama visit Saudi Arabia

    NBC News' Ron Allen reports on President Obama's trip to Saudi Arabia.

  • Saudi oil production pressure

    Tom Petrie, Petrie Partners chairman, provides insight on assessing value on Saudi Aramco IPOs.

  • Saudi Aramco IPO

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on Saudi Arabia's plans to sell a stake in Saudi Aramco, the world's largest publicly-traded firm.

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