U.S. Business Day Squawk on the Street


  • The fight against Zika

    The World Health Organization is in Geneva and discussing Zika. CNBC’s Meg Tirrell reports the latest on those tracking the spread of the disease.

  • Top cities for retail stores

    Diana Olick reports the latest in the retail real estate market and how it’s leading global expansion.

  • June rate hike possible?

    Bob Heller, Former Federal Reserve Governor, shares his thoughts regarding talks about the next rate hike and how new government regulations are "holding the economy back, not Federal Reserve policy."

  • News update: Obama in Vietnam, Syrian explosions

    President Obama meets with Vietnam’s President in Hanoi; at least 65 were killed in a series of suicide bombing in Syria; 18 girls were killed in fire at a boarding school dorm in Northern Thailand, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.

  • Should the TSA be privatized?

    Tom Blank, former TSA Deputy Administrator, weighs in on TSA privatization, long airport security lines and baggage fees.

  • Airports reporting shorter TSA lines

    CNBC’s Phil LeBeau reports that the Chicago Mayor's office announced they will be issuing TSA report cards every two weeks this summer.

  • Will the Fed raise rates?

    David Kelly, Chief Global Strategist, J.P. Morgan Funds and CNBC’s Mike Santoli share their thoughts about what would happen if the Fed raised rates.

  • Cramer's Stop Trading: Intuit

    CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why he is watching Intuit and how they report tomorrow.

  • Stocks modestly higher

    CNBC's Mary Thompson is on the floor at the NYSE with what’s moving markets this morning.

  • Faber Report: Tribune Rejects Gannett

    Last week Gannett raised an offer for Tribune Publishing from $12.25/share to $15/share, CNBC's David Faber reports the latest.

  • Opening Bell, May 23, 2016

    Ringing today's opening bell are Eli Lilly and Company CEO John Lechleiter, at the NYSE, and USO of Metropolitan New York Brian Whiting, at the Nasdaq.

  • Cramer's Mad Dash: Amazon, Alcoa

    Jim Cramer explains what to watch ahead of the open, including reports from firms saying "Amazon's assets are unappreciated."

  • Today's Bell Ringer, May 23, 2016

    Today's bell ringers are Eli Lilly and Company CEO John Lechleiter, at the NYSE, and USO of Metropolitan New York Brian Whiting, at the Nasdaq.

  • Battle for Viacom

    Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman has been removed from the truth that will eventually determine the fate of both Viacom and CBS, CNBC's David Faber reports.

  • Philippe Dauman and George Abrams file suit

    Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman and Board member George Abrams file suit to block Redstone trust changes, CNBC's David Faber reports.

  • Jackie DeAngelis commodity hit

    CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the commodities markets, and what happened to oil this week.

  • Equinox rolls out headstrong meditation

    Harvey Spevak, Equinox CEO, discusses industry pressure, the SoulCycle IPO and ClassPass.

  • Tapstone Energy CEO on U.S. oil production

    Tapstone Energy Chairman and CEO Tom Ward talks about the outlook for oil prices and how the issue is the access to capital.

  • NYT's Stewart on Apple

    New York Times columnist Jim Stewart weighs in on whether or not Apple should be viewed as a value stock.

  • S&P cuts Gap credit rating to junk levels

    CNBC’s Courtney Reagan reports on how retail is rounding out the week.

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