U.S. Business Day Squawk Box


  • An employee works on an engine at the assembly line of a car factory in Qingdao, China.

    So far, this is a modest, garden variety pullback, not even a correction.

  • Clifford Hudson, chief executive officer at Sonic Corp.

    Higher minimum wages will cause Sonic franchisees to raise prices but not necessarily cut jobs, CEO Cliff Hudson says.

  • Construction workers raise wood framing as they build homes in a new housing development in Richmond, Calif.

    First-quarter growth was weak once again this year, but investors shouldn't expect the big Q2 bounce seen in 2014 and 2015, Phil Orlando says.

  • Cramer's Apple takeaway

    You've got to think about what the company will look like, not what it is now, says CNBC's Jim Cramer talking about Apple's future after talking with CEO Tim Cook.

  • Jared Leto 'Beyond the Horizon'

    Jared Leto, Academy Award-winning actor, talks about his tech investments, band, "Thirty Seconds to Mars," and digital series for AOL.

  • Sonic donates $15M to schools: CEO

    Cliff Hudson, Sonic chairman & CEO talks about launching a new initiative in the name of education and explains why wage hikes will show up on consumers' menus.

  • Who will buy Yahoo?

    Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO and Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures founder, share their thoughts on Yahoo's future. And Wilson explains why anyone who buys Yahoo is getting a real gem in Tumblr.

  • Ahead of April autos sales

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau takes a look at Street expectations for April car sales.

  • Apple's not-so-rosy path

    Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures founder, says the future of tech is not in devices, it's in the cloud.

  • Great tech companies should be public: Fred Wilson

    Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures founder, shares his thoughts on tech company IPOs. Having companies go public explodes ecosystems around them, says Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO. And Wilson provides his outlook on Apple. The future of technology is in the cloud, says Wilson.

  • Creating tech-friendly policies in NYC

    Fred Wilson, Union Square Ventures founder, and AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, talk about lobbying for more tech-friendly policies in New York City. Also Wilson weighs in on why it makes sense to have rules about what Uber can do.

  • AOL starts virtual 'RYOT'

    Bryn Mooser, RYOT co-founder, and Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO, talk about AOL's acquisition of virtual reality company RYOT and discuss its initiative to link content to action. VR is the number one thing being discussed at the advertising upfronts, says Armstrong.

  • What Iran needs to fix: Expert

    Karim Sadjadpour, Carnegie Endowment, provides insight to the challenges facing Iran and what they need to do to transition into the banking system and big business.

  • Inside Iran and behind closed door

    CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera provides a firsthand look at her travels to Iran and what she found there.

  • Showdown in The Hoosier State

    My advice to Ted Cruz is to hang in there, says David McIntosh, Club for Growth president, discussing the battle for delegates in Indiana's primary and why Ted Cruz should not give up the race. Also McIntosh explains why he doesn't agree with either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump's policies.

  • What's going on with Apple?

    Kulbinder Garcha, Credit Suisse IT analyst, and CNBC's Jon Fortt, take a look at what's behind Apple's falling numbers and whether consumers are losing their appetite for its products. And Garcha explains why he thinks Apple shares can "realistically" reverse from these levels.

  • Is Apple losing its shine?

    Apple stock fell eight straight days marking its longest losing streak since 1998. CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at the tech giant's historic slide.

  • Social media 101 for CEOs

    Clara Shih, Hearsay Social CEO, discusses how corporate leaders can tap into their company's social business to appeal to the always-connected customer.

  • Reality check on reality TV

    Cris Abrego, "Make it Reality" author, discusses the real world of reality television and the business behind it.

  • Executive Edge: Apple's China focus

    CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on China's importance to Tim Cook's growth strategy.

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