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  • Cook transforms Apple

    CNBC's Josh Lipton looks at how Tim Cook has transformed Apple since he has taken over as CEO. The company reports earnings this afternoon.

  • Rising rents impact homeownership

    Susan Wachter, Wharton Business School professor of real estate & finance, discusses if rising rents will spur home purchases or discourage first time home buyers.

  • Existing home sales rise again

    Existing home sales are up for the third straight month. CNBC's Diana Olick digs into June's home sales data.

  • Where pros are investing now

    Discussing the importance of earnings to stock prices and their impact on markets, with Art Hogan, Wunderlich Securities chief market strategist, and Michael Lear, Athena Capital Advisors senior portfolio advisor.

  • FAA prohibits flights to Israel: Report

    Major U.S. airlines are canceling flights to Israel's Ben Gurion Airport today, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • Discussing why health insurance stocks are not reacting negatively to conflicting rulings on Obamacare, with Robert Laszewski, Health Policy & Strategy Associates president.

  • Conflicting Obamacare rulings

    CNBC's Bertha Coombs explains the ramifications of today's contradictory rulings on Obamacare.

  • Collapse of Stroh's Brewing Company

    Kerry Dolan, Forbes, discusses her article on the rise and fall of the Stroh family who immigrated to this country with nothing but a beer recipe, turned it into a fortune, and lost it all.

  • Broadband wars: Verizon increases speeds

    The broadband wars are heating up. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Verizon is increasing upload speeds for FiOS subscribers in their push to compete against the likes of Google Fiber.

  • Reefer money madness

    CNBC's Jane Wells looks at the strong demand for legal weed in Colorado. Wells says the state of Colorado has 485,000 monthly users, but tax collection is way below estimates.

  • Don't get concept of forward guidance: Greenberg

    CNBC contributor Herb Greenberg discusses guidance comments made by AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson and red flags Michael Kors.

  • Earnings Squad: NFLX, CMG & UTX

    CNBC's Melissa Lee, Dominic Chu and trader Stephanie Link, preview the earnings for Netflix, Chipotle and United Technologies.

  • Flight MH17: Who's liable?

    Mark Dombroff, McKenna Long & Aldridge attorney, weighs in on the accident investigation of Flight MH17 and whether the victims' families will ever be compensated.

  • Kudlow: Create a run on the ruble

    CNBC's Larry Kudlow explains how the U.S. could reduce the value of the Russian Ruble and put the Russian economy in recession by the using the Exchange Stabilization Fund. Kudlow says the downing of MH17 is a game changer and Putin is waging a proxy war.

  • Gaza hospital hit, 4 dead: Report

    The death toll is rising in the Middle East as a hospital in Gaza City was hit. NBC's Ayman Mohyeldin reports hospitals in the region do not have the basic needs to meet the demands of the people.

  • The big bubble debate

    John Hailer, Natixis Global Asset Management president & CEO, weighs in on Janet Yellen's statement that she is sticking to the Greenspan-Bernanke policy and will not use interest rates to curtail asset bubbles, and discusses if he sees any bubbles right now.

  • Under the radar good news

    With the markets focused on Ukraine and the Middle East, CNBC's Steve Liesman points out some important economic data you may have missed.

  • Sterling should do the right thing and sell his team, NBA Hall of Famer Charles Barkley told CNBC.

  • A FedEx logo on a delivery truck

    FedEx's indictment for shipping packages from illegal online pharmacies isn't hurting shares, which makes sense to one analyst.

  • Charles Barkley: Need Sterling out ASAP

    CNBC's Mandy Drury speaks to Joe Theismann and Charles Barkley about investing, Daniel Snyder and Don Sterling.

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