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Illinois experiences sever storm damage from 70mph winds; NASA spacecraft reached Pluto after 9 and a half years; and France celebrates Bastille Day, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
SunTrust's Bob Peck explains why Fitbit is the best play in the wearables market.
"This weekend ... revealed the fundamental fault lines that lie underneath the euro zone," Charles Dallara, former Institute of International Finance CEO, told CNBC.
Investors are too calm and stock valuations too high ahead of an interest rate increase, James Paulsen told CNBC.
Several issues remain before the final nuclear deal; Starbucks announces a major new jobs program; and Iraqi bombings kill 29 people, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains what Facebook's move to the upside could mean for the broader markets.
The Obama administration now says 21.5 million people were impacted by the government computer systems breach; PC sales continue to drop worldwide; and the confederate flag has come down at the South Carolina State Capitol.
Stock exchange systems have focused on functionality and speed, but the next generation must tackle security and resiliency, Robert Greifeld said.
Margin balances could come down to a level commensurate with U.S. markets within two weeks, Goldman Sachs chief Asia strategist told CNBC.
The IMF trimmed down its global economic growth for 2015 from 3.5 percent to 3.3 percent on Thursday.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere said on Thursday that his company, currently ranked the fourth, will soon surpass No. 3 Sprint, if it hasn't already.
"I think if we weren't here with cameras on, you wouldn't have known [what happened]," CNBC's Jim Cramer says about the NYSE trading halt.
Microsoft will layoff up to 78 hundred jobs, Toyota Exec Julie Hamp was released from custody on drug charges; and Kyoto is named world's best city.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains what the U.S. main problem with the Chinese market is amid its selloff.
A nearly 30 percent fall in Chinese stock prices undercut the notion that China would drive an upside oil surprise, Tamar Essner told CNBC.
Athens Chamber of Commerce President Constantine Michalos discusses the country's biggest fear after the referendum.
Developments in Greece and China bear watching but will have limited or no effect on the U.S. economy or markets, strategist Tom Lee says.
Two bombs exploded at a crowded mosque and restaurant in a central Nigerian city, killing 51 people; and David Sweat is back in prison, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
The key issue regarding the Greek referendum on Sunday is who will lead the Greek government afterward, Charles Dallara said on Thursday.
The U.S. Capitol Police are giving the "all clear" at the Navy Yard after reports of shots fired and a lockdown, reports CNBC's Sue Herera.
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