U.S. Business Day Squawk Box


  • Rick Perry: You haven't heard the last of me

    Former Gov. Rick Perry, (R-Texas), talks about continuing his work in public life and the fall of Johnny Manziel. Also Perry weighs in on potential running mates for the eventual GOP presidential nominee.

  • 100 days to Olympiad in Rio

    NBC Olympic Primetime Host Bob Costas provides a preview of the 31st Olympics in Brazil amid the country's political turmoil.

  • Tech goes to Washington

    John Chambers, Cisco executive chairman, discusses the need for government and the public to work closer together on such issues as trade, tax reform, and education.

  • Uber CEO:Investing in China

    We are going to be there for the long run, says Travis Kalanick, Uber co-founder and CEO, talking about competition in China and undertaking legal challenges.

  • Uber's there to make ends meet: CEO

    Travis Kalanick, Uber co-founder and CEO, discusses the benefits of working part-time, and former Gov. Rick Perry, (R-Texas), weighs in on the political fight to stop Uber. Also Arianna Huffington, Huffington Post co-founder, provides insight.

  • Fred Wilson doesn't have money in Uber: CEO

    Travis Kalanick, Uber co-founder and CEO, defends his decision not to take the company public at this time. It's a "little early" in our life cycle to go there, says Kalanick. Also Kalanick weighs in on the "on demand" economy. For the first time in history, work is flexible to life. Also Arianna Huffington provides insight.

  • Arianna and I had a 'connection' from the beginning: Uber CEO

    We have a "simpatico" thing on building companies, says Travis Kalanick, Uber co-founder and CEO, talking about Arianna Huffington joining Uber's board. And Huffington talks about the process. This is about building the company, says Kalanick.

  • Advancing start-up economy: Ron Klain

    Revolution's Ron Klain, discusses the need for politicians to promote entrepreneurship during this election year. Former Gov. Rick Perry, (R-Texas), weighs in on job growth. And Klain talks about the importance of bipartisan agreement on immigration, taxes and more.

  • Apple revenue potential 'slowing': Pro

    I do think there is some valuation support as the stock gets into the low $90s, says Sherri Scribner, Deutsche Bank, breaking down Apple's quarterly results which missed on the top and bottom line, representing the first quarterly sales drop since 2003.

  • Microsoft sues DOJ

    Microsoft President Brad Smith discusses Microsoft's federal fight to protect consumer privacy.

  • Rick Perry: Why middle-class is so mad...

    Most people feel that their children are not going to have as good a future as they've had, says former Gov. Rick Perry, (R-Texas), weighing in on why voters are so angry this election cycle.

  • Rick Perry: If you don't play by the 'rules' don't run

    Former Gov. Rick Perry, (R-Texas), weighs in on the likelihood of a brokered GOP convention and the Republican nominating process. Also Perry explains why he doesn't think a contested convention will break the party.

  • Travis Kalanick, chief executive officer of Uber Technologies, speaks during the DreamForce Conference in San Francisco, on Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2015.

    Uber CEO Travis Kalanick says Arianna Huffington of The Huffington Post is joining the ride-hailing service's board.

  • Rick Perry

    Former GOP presidential candidate Rick Perry tells CNBC the nomination path for Ted Cruz is shrinking but there's still hope.

  • Iran attempts oil comeback

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera provides a rare behind the scenes look at Iran's attempts to ramp up oil production and exports after sanctions were lifted in January.

  • See some signs of life in IPOs: Nasdaq CEO

    Robert Greifeld, Nasdaq CEO, breaks down the company's quarterly results, and discusses steps in making the IPO market more active. We do have a mismatch right now because the indices are high, says Greifeld.

  • Twitter misses on revenues, gains 5M users

    The biggest surprise to us was advertising demand fell off so much in the quarter, says Ronald Josey, JMP Securities, breaking down Twitter's quarterly results and providing his outlook on the company.

  • Executive Edge: Apple's China challenge

    CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports China is a big part of Apple's earnings story.

  • Street eyes fed for clues

    Steven Wieting, Citi Private Bank, and Aneta Markowska, Societe Generale, share their expectations on fed's policy after the central bank wraps up its two-day meeting later today. The dollar has done a considerable amount of "heavy lifting" for the fed with 20-percent appreciation an equivalent of six rate hikes, says Markowska.

  • Apple shares plunge on miss

    Aaron Rakers, Stifel Nicolaus, breaks down Apple's quarterly results which missed on the top and bottom line, representing the first quarterly sales drop since 2003. We still like the set-up for the iPhone 7 later this year, says Rakers with his outlook on the stock.

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  • Joe Kernen

    Joe Kernen is co-anchor of "Squawk Box," CNBC's signature morning program.

  • Becky Quick

    Becky Quick is co-anchor of "Squawk Box" and also anchor of the nationally syndicated "On the Money."

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    Andrew Ross Sorkin is a co-anchor of "Squawk Box," a financial columnist for "The New York Times" and the editor-at-large of NYT's DealBook.