The "Squawk on the Street" team discuss the news that Verizon's acquisition of Yahoo's core assets has closed and Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer has resigned from the company.
Ambassador Henry Crumpton, The Crumpton Group and former CIA coordinator, talks about the advantages of intelligence discipline when applied to business decisions.
Scott Cohn, provides a preview of CNBC's annual study on America's top states for business.
CNBC's Gemma Acton reports from FundForum International in Berlin, Germany, on key themes impacting the fund management industry.
Francesco Curto, head of CROCI investment strategy and valuation group at Deutsche Bank, says that investors "don't find a lot of value in the commodity end of the market."
Hootsuite CEO Ryan Holmes says that "politics and elections are being won by the winners' savvy-ness and use of social."
Francesco Curto, head of CROCI investment strategy and valuation group at Deutsche Bank, unpicks the value of FAANG stocks.
Peter Branner, SEB Investment Management CEO, speaks about the Trump reflationary trade, political risk in Europe and the role technology is playing in his industry.
Hootsuite CEO Ryan Holmes discusses how the business models of technological disrupter companies are changing.
45 percent of workers in the country also think that automation can improve their job, says Michael Smith, Randstad.
Jim Cramer reveals which company could bring the heat this summer.
The “Fast Money” traders talk about the tech sector tumble and whether it's an opportunity to buy.
CNBC's Susan Li reports on McDonald's hiring for the summer using Snapchat as a way to apply.
CNBC's Melissa Lee talks to "Pitbull," Armando Christian Perez, musician and entrepreneur, about technology in the entertainment industry and President Trump's policies on Cuba, live from the eMerge Americas Conference.
Goldman Sachs predicts AMD shares will fall to $10.60, representing a 14 percent decline from Friday's close.
The digital currency suddenly dropped Monday afternoon ET, erasing about $500 in value as multiple bitcoin exchanges reported problems.
Dave McClure, 500 Startups founder & CEO, speaks with CNBC from the eMerge Americas conference in Miami, Fla., on Monday on how to compete with Silicon Valley.
Sean Stiefel, founder of Navy Capital, and Lou Basanese, Disruptive Tech Research, debate the case on buying Snap shares with new Snap Spectacles they plan to roll out.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Jaguar Land Rover partnering with the car service Lyft to develop autonomous drive vehicles.
Gene Munster, Loup Ventures founder & managing partner, discusses the sell-off in the tech sector.