U.S. Business Day Squawk on the Street

  • Not a pretty picture at Valeant

    CNBC's David Faber reports on Valeant Pharmaceuticals' fourth quarter earnings and guidance.

  • Opening Bell, March 15, 2016

    Today's bell ringers are AdvisorShares Meidell Tactical Advantage ETF's Laif Meidell, at the NYSE; and Staples' North America commercial Staples Business Advantage President Shira Goodman, at the Nasdaq.

  • Cramer's Mad Dash: Apple

    Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open, including Apple's growth.

  • Today's Bell Ringer, March 15, 2016

    Today's bell ringers are AdvisorShares Meidell Tactical Advantage ETF's Laif Meidell, at the NYSE; and Staples' North America Commercial Staples Business Advantage President Shira Goodman, at the Nasdaq.

  • Ohio stakes high for GOP candidates

    CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the early voting totals in Ohio's primary.

  • Retail sales weakness

    U.S. retail sales fell less than expected in February, but January's numbers were revised. CNBC's Jim Cramer and the "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss retail stocks.

  • Delta Airlines passenger planes at Salt Lake City International Airport in Salt Lake City, Utah.

    Jim Cramer revealed the airline stocks on his radar. Valuations are so insanely low it's driving him crazy.

  • Crude oil production

    Joe Petrowski, Mercantor Partners founder and former Gulf Oil CEO, discusses the energy sector including whether crude has bottomed.

  • vintage Atari cartridges and console on display at the 2014 E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo.

    The future of gaming could have benefits beyond mere entertainment, a gaming industry pioneer told CNBC Monday.

  • NYSE Trader

    The benchmark S&P 500 could hit new all-time highs, but those gains will be short lived, Wells' Jim Paulsen says.

  • Trump's Silicon Valley feud

    Discussing Donald Trump and the Republican party's attempts to court Silicon Valley with James Pethokoukis of the American Enterprise Institute and a CNBC contributor.

  • Today's Bell Ringer, March 14, 2016

    Today's bell ringers are Herb Kelleher, former Southwest Airlines CEO, and other U.S. and Irish business and political leaders, celebrating 6th annual "Ireland Day" at the NYSE, and Young Scientist Foundation vice chairman, Glen de Vries, at the Nasdaq.

  • GW Pharmaceuticals cannabis laboratory

    "This is a way to get rid of a terrible, terrible drug, oxycodone," CNBC's Jim Cramer says.

  • Gaming and education blend for Atari founder

    CNBC's Kayla Tausche speaks with Atari founder, Nolan Bushnell, about hiring Steve Jobs, Apple's fight with the FBI, and the future of gaming and education on the sidelines of SXSW in Austin.

  • Santelli Exchange: Credit and ECB

    CNBC's Rick Santelli discusses the effects of European Central Bank's moves last week with Andy Brenner, Head of International Fixed Income for National Alliance Securities.

  • The big Anbang

    CNBC's Susan Li looks into the Chinese company Anbang who is making headlines today with its takeover bid for Starwood Hotels.

  • CNBC update: Flood warnings for southern states

    CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest headlines including a train derailment in Kansas injures 26 passengers, and flood warnings in effect for nine southern states after weekend storms.

  • Will rally violence hurt Trump?

    Discussing the challenge to the establishment whether violence over the weekend at Trump rallies will affect his campaign ahead of Tuesday's important primaries with Monica Mehta, Seventh Capital managing principal, and Sara Fagen, DDC Public Affairs partner and former White House political director.

  • Gogo inks deal with Chinese airlines

    Inflight Internet provider Gogo has signed a deal to provide their services to several Chinese airlines, reports CNBC's Dominic Chu.

  • Petrowski: We've seen the bottom of crude

    Joe Petrowski, Mercantor Partners CEO and former Gulf Oil CEO, discusses the energy sector including whether crude oil has bottomed and the outlook for natural gas.

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