Our anchors begin today's show with New Street Advisors Group Founder and CEO Delano Saporu offering his outlook for softening demand across tech, and CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on a cybersecurity incident affecting Uber. Then, California Attorney General Rob Bonta joins to discuss the state's new antitrust lawsuit against Amazon, and Incisive Ventures Managing Partner Martin Tobias weighs in on Adobe's plans to acquire design platform Figma. Later, our Julia Boorstin covers how tech and media companies are positioned for a decline in advertising spending, and CNBC's Kate Rooney shares her interview with FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried on his growing crypto empire.
The Department of Justice claims it has evidence that classified documents at Mar-a-Lago were likely concealed and removed from a storage room to obstruct the federal investigation into the missing records. We have the latest reporting from Washington with Eamon Javers. Plus, a police officer in Ohio is on administrative leave after shooting and killing an unarmed Black man during an attempted arrest. And we speak with the mayor of Jackson, Mississippi as the city's water crisis grows. When can residents expect to get their water back? And why has the city struggled to address staffing issues at a water plant there?
Markets are looking less and less like a recession, according to CNBC's senior economics reporter Steve Liesman. He, Mike Santoli, and Becky Quick explain the rebound in stocks and in jobs data that has assuaged many investor concerns. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb offers a rundown of the latest health news, including the recent discovery of polio in New York City sewage, the CDC's updated covid guidelines, and national vaccination rates for both viruses. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the alarming backlash against federal law enforcement in the aftermath of the FBI's Mar-a-Lago search. Plus, China's economy has hit a speedbump, and oil giant Saudi Aramco has reported record quarterly profits, larger than Apple's or Exxon Mobil's. In this episode:Dr. Scott Gottlieb, @ScottGottliebMDEamon Javers, @EamonJaversBecky Quick @BeckyQuickSteve Liesman, @SteveLiesmanMike Santoli, @michaelsantoliCameron Costa, @CameronCostaNY
The FBI searched Mar-a-Lago, former President Donald Trump's resort home in Palm Beach, Florida, escalating federal law enforcement scrutiny on Trump and sparking drama on both sides of the political aisle. CNBC's Eamon Javers breaks down the unprecedented action by the FBI in search of classified National Archives-related materials. President Biden signed the bipartisan CHIPS act into law today, marking a huge win for the semiconductor industry and directing tens of billions of dollars towards manufacturing and $200B to research. National Economic Council director Brian Deese equates the legislation to the “decade-long investment to put a man on the moon.” Plus, retail investors are reentering the market as it shows signs of rallying. Could there be another meme stock surge or will investors get left holding the bag again? SoFi's Liz Young and WSJ's Gunjan Banerji deliberate. In this episode:Brian Sullivan, @SullyCNBCKayla Tausche, @kaylatausche Gunjan Banerji, @GunjanJSLiz Young, @LizYoungStratEamon Javers, @EamonJaversKatie Kramer, @Kramer_Katie
Gas prices may have peaked for now, but the road to lower inflation is long. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg discusses the U.S. energy economy and the giant inflation reduction act crafted by Senate Democrats. Pro golfer Phil Mickelson and ten of his co-competitors have filed an antitrust lawsuit against the PGA after their participation in the Saudi-backed LIV tournament prompted suspensions from the PGA Tour. Tom Cruise's performance in “Top Gun” impressed audiences, but not enough to lift Paramount Global's stock price. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports that cyber security firm Mandiant has released research on a fake news propaganda ring in China. Plus, Walmart has announced layoffs just a week after cutting its profit outlook. In this episode:Pete Buttigieg, @SecretaryPeteEamon Javers, @EamonJaversJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkAndrew Ross Sorkin, @AndrewrsorkinKatie Kramer, @Kramer_Katie
Our anchors begin today's show discussing whether the tech bubble has burst with Loup Ventures Managing Partner Gene Munster. Next, CNBC's Kate Rooney and Mizuho Managing Director Dan Dolev look at the latest results from crypto exchange Coinbase missing the Street's expectations. Then, SoFi CEO Anthony Noto joins after the personal finance firm posted a beat in Q1, and our Julia Boorstin previews Disney's earnings after the bell. Later, CNBC's Dom Chu breaks down the Nasdaq's top movers to start the morning, and CNBC's Eamon Javers shares his exclusive coverage of a multi-state crackdown on a metaverse casino with ties to Russia.
Our anchors begin today's show with CNBC's Eamon Javers reporting on a small business advocacy organization financed by Google and Amazon, and GGV Capital Managing Partner Jeff Richards weighs in on the current market volatility. Next, SentinelOne CEO Tomer Weingarten discusses the findings of new research from the cybersecurity firm alleging vulnerabilities in the Microsoft Azure cloud computing platform. Then, Electric Capital Co-Founder and Managing Partner Avichal Garg shares his insight on investment opportunities in crypto exchanges, and our Julia Boorstin covers a series of features rolling out on Instagram. Later, CNBC's Phil LeBeau looks at an EV company targeting ride-hail and last mile delivery drivers with a new lease model.
Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelenskyy has called for more pressure on Russia as the war appears to be entering a stalemate, and CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the Biden administration's efforts to safeguard the U.S. against a potential Russian cyberattack. JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon has suggested the White House form a modern-day ‘Marshall Plan' to wean the US and Europe off of Russian oil, according to an Axios report. CNBC's Leslie Picker details Dimon's perspective and his hopes for a long term plan for transitioning to a low-carbon economy. Plus, Seattle Starbucks baristas have voted to unionize, which sets Howard Schulz up for a busy time as interim CEO. In this episode:Leslie Picker, @LesliePickerEamon Javers, @EamonJaversAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkinBecky Quick, @BeckyQuickJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkKatie Kramer, @Kramer_Katie
Retired four-star General Barry McCaffrey discusses the 40-mile convoy outside of Kyiv and other issues with the Russian invasion of Ukraine. CNBC's Perry Russom reports on the refugee situation across the Ukranian border as the Russian military pushes further into the country. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on a new DOJ task force that's charged with going after Russian oligarchs' assets. CNBC's Ylan Mui reports on new legislation in the Senate that aims to ban imports of Russian oil. China announced today it would not participate in any sanctions against Russia. Plus, CNBC's Meg Tirrell discusses the White House's new plan to ‘live with' Covid and be prepared to deal with any new strains down the road.
Our anchors start today's show with CNBC's Kayla Tausche reporting on the global response to Russia invading Ukraine overnight. Next, CNBC's Dom Chu covers market volatility amid the ongoing crisis, and Retired Brigadier General and Former Assistant Secretary of State Mark Kimmitt discusses what to expect in Eastern Europe in the days ahead. Then, Wells Fargo Chairman of Global Internet Investment Banking Bob Peck weighs in on the financial implications of Russia's invasion, and CNBC's Eamon Javers covers new warnings on cyber threats to American businesses. Atlantic Council President and CEO Fred Kempe also breaks down the foreign policy implications of the conflict, and our Julia Boorstin expands on some of the morning's top market movers. Later, CNBC's Leslie Picker explains how the current geopolitical tensions might affect hedge funds, and Wilmington Trust Head of Investment Strategy Meghan Shue offers insight on the impact the conflict could have in the short- and long-terms.
Our anchors start today's show recapping earnings from food delivery app DoorDash and chipmaker Nvidia, and software maker AppLovin CEO Adam Foroughi joins for a look at the company's latest results. Then, our Julia Boorstin reports on Melinda Gates' business incubator Pivotal Ventures investing in eldercare innovations, and Former Amazon Studios Head of Strategy Matthew Ball weighs in on the future of the metaverse. CNBC's Kayla Tausche also delivers breaking news on Secretary of State Antony Blinken's remarks on the Russia-Ukraine conflict to the U.N. Security Council, and CNBC's Frank Holland covers the consequences of underrepresentation in the tech workforce as we continue our celebration of Black history. Later, CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the potential for a cyber war if Russia invades Ukraine, and AI lending platform Upstart CEO Dave Girouard joins on the heels of Q4 earnings that beat the Street and sent shares soaring.
Retired four-star Air Force General Philip Breedlove discusses whether the U.S. and its allies are doing enough to deter Putin from invading Ukraine. Former figure skater and Olympic Bronze Medalist Adam Rippon discusses the Russian figure skater who was cleared to compete in the winter games, but won't receive medals. CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on the big bets placed during yesterday's Super Bowl game between the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals. CNBC's Frank Holland reports on the big business surrounding Valentine's Day and the pressure it puts on the supply chain for flowers. Former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb discusses states and cities taking different approaches to lifting mask mandates. CNBC's Seema Mody reports on an unruly passenger who tried to rush the cockpit of a plane and was subdued by crew and passengers. Plus, CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on a couple who were locked out of their account after bots duped them.
Canadian truck drivers are blocking the nation's busiest border bridge between the U.S. and Canada in protest of that country's Covid-19 vaccine mandate. The White House has warned if the so-called Freedom Convoy blockade is prolonged, it could worsen supply chain problems for the automotive industry and the medical and agriculture sectors among others. CNBC's Seema Mody reports on the security efforts underway as Los Angeles prepares to host Sunday's Super Bowl. CNBC's Jane Wells also reports on off-field issues that have been dominating the week ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl game. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on an unprecedented crackdown on cyber criminals running dark websites in Russia. CNBC's Valerie Castro reports on a CDC proposal that updates opioid guidelines that would give doctors more freedom. CNBC's Sharon Epperson discusses how some couples are hiding money secrets from their spouses, often involving the accumulation of debt. Plus, CNBC's Andrea Day reports on famous ‘influencer' dogs whose owners are considering cloning their ‘famous' pets.
Our anchors begin today's show breaking down Meta's plunging market cap, ride-hailing app Lyft's Q4 earnings and rumors surrounding Microsoft acquiring cybersecurity firm Mandiant with Wheelhouse Capital CIO Ann Berry. Then, CNBC's Ylan Mui joins with new developments on a potential stock trading ban for congressional lawmakers, and our Julia Boorstin previews Disney's earnings after the bell. Next, Doximity Co-Founder and CEO Jeff Tangney joins to discuss the medical networking platform's latest results, and CNBC's Eamon Javers shares highlights from his exclusive conversation with Microsoft President Brad Smith on the software giant's plans to upgrade its app store. Later, chip designer Arm's new CEO Rene Haas joins exclusively after Nvidia's deal to acquire the firm folded under regulatory pressure.
Our anchors start today's show covering the resignation of Peloton CEO John Foley, with insight on incoming CEO Barry McCarthy from our Julia Boorstin. Then, Fundstrat Global Advisors Managing Partner Tom Lee joins to discuss slumping stay-at-home stocks, and CNBC's Steve Liesman covers 2021's $1 trillion increase in household debt nationwide. Next, Bernstein Research Managing Director and Senior Analyst Stacy Rasgon breaks down the collapse of chipmaker Nvidia's acquisition of semiconductor designer Arm, and Lightspeed Ventures Partners' Mercedes Bent discusses the connection between equity and educational technology. CNBC's Eamon Javers also reports on the arrest of a couple in New York allegedly involved in a plot to launder $4.5 billion in stolen crypto. Later, CNBC's Robert Frank takes a look at how former Peloton CEO John Foley spent his more than $120 million in stock sales.
Michael McCann, legal analyst for Sportico, discusses the legal case for former Miami Dolphins' head coach Mike Flores, who's suing the NFL for racist and discriminatory hiring practices. Former Vice President Mike Pence defended himself against Trump's allegations that he could have overturned the election. And the RNC censures Representatives Cheney and Kinzinger for participating in the Jan. 6 committee. Presidential historian, Rice University's Douglas Brinkley, discusses the politics of the Olympic games, particularly during historical periods of tension. Southwest Airlines is bringing back alcohol sales after nearly two years during the pandemic – and flight attendants are not happy about it. CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on the American labor shortage and how it's impacting services like trash pickup. It's made worse by the number of people working from home during the pandemic. CNBC's Ylan Mui reports on congressional passage of a bill that is designed to allow the U.S. to go head-to-head with China in a global economy. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on a military investigation into the suicide bombing at the airport in Kabul, and what it found. Plus, Shep Smith reports that a jury has found Michael Avenatti guilty in his fraud trial related to Stormy Daniels' book money.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on a warning issued to U.S. athletes by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who slammed the International Olympic Committee for turning a blind eye to human rights abuses in China. CNBC's Frank Holland reports that many of the top tech companies in the U.S. have come to Atlanta in hopes of attracting Black tech talent. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on a new bill proposed by Democrats Senator Jeff Merkley and Congressman Jamaal Bowman that aims to end the policy of legacy admissions to colleges and universities in the U.S. NBC's Kerry Sanders reports that Russian President Vladimir Putin is considering a staged attack as a pretext for his invasion of Ukraine. Democratic Congressman Raja Krishnamoorthi from Illinois discusses new allegations of sexual harassment against Washington NFL team owner Daniel Snyder. Plus, CNBC's Shep Smith reports that British scientists are deliberately exposing volunteers with Covid in order to study the effects of the disease.
President Joe Biden today met with key Senators ahead of picking his nominee for the Supreme Court. Biden said he expects to announce his nominee by the end of this month and has vowed to pick a Black woman to replace Breyer. CNBC's Valerie Castro reports on a second day of bomb threats at historically Black colleges and universities. CNBC's Eamon Javers discusses FBI Director Chris Wray's comments that China is the greatest threat the U.S. faces right now. ESPN columnist Bill Rhoden discusses the lawsuit filed by former Miami Dolphins' head coach Brian Flores, who is Black, against the NFL and three teams over what he says are discriminatory and racist hiring practices. Plus, NBC's Tom Costello reports on the potential tax bill you may get if you use financial applications for business transactions.
Black spending power reached a record $1.6 trillion in 2021, up 171% since 2000, but CNBC's Frank Holland reports that Black Americans have seen their net wealth decline 14%. Bob Johnson, founder and chairman of RLJ Companies and founder of the BET Network, kicks off Black History Month with a discussion about closing the racial wealth gap. Johnson considers whether President Biden's Build Back Better plan will ultimately improve economic mobility, and he lays out the biggest streaming players in media right now. FBI Director Christopher Wray delivered a speech on Chinese corporate espionage, saying the threat to the West from the Chinese government is “more brazen” and damaging than ever before. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on why LinkedIn could be a spy's way in. Plus, Peloton is lowering expectations for its own performance, and The New York Times has bought Wordle. In this episode:Bob Johnson, @RLJOfficialEamon Javers, @EamonJaversFrank Holland, @FrankCNBCBecky Quick, @BeckyQuickAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkinKatie Kramer, @Kramer_Katie
Our anchors begin today's show covering Microsoft's latest earnings report, with insight from Citi Senior Equity Research Analyst Tyler Radke. Then, our Julia Boorstin sits down with WarnerMedia CEO Jason Kilar after AT&T posted results this morning and updated its timeline for the entertainment company's merger with mass media firm Discovery. Next, Matrix Asset Advisors CIO David Katz joins for more on investment opportunities in tech mega-caps, including Microsoft, Alphabet and Meta. CNBC's Kate Rooney also profiles the implications of the crypto crash on athletes, celebrities and public officials who requested their salaries be paid in digital currencies. Later, Madrona Ventures Group Managing Director Hope Cochran takes a closer look at Microsoft's plans to acquire video game publisher Activision for $68.7 billion, and CNBC's Eamon Javers delivers breaking news on the retirement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.
President Joe Biden on the anniversary of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot warned that the threats to democracy witnessed during that invasion did not end when the violence stopped. Biden condemned the “web of lies” spread by former President Donald Trump, blaming him directly for fomenting the attackers who tried to overturn the 2020 election. Historian Michael Beschloss discusses the significance of the January 6th insurrection, during which supporters of former President Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol building. Business and labor attorney Seth Berenzweig discusses the Supreme Court review of challenges to the Biden administration's vaccine mandates. Accuweather meteorologist Adam del Rosso reports on the weather ahead of a major winter storm that's headed to the Northeast. Plus, CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on a record-breaking year for cryptocurrency theft. Some $3.2 billion in crypto was stolen last year.
Our anchors begin today's show covering the tech sell-off with Satori Fund Founder Dan Niles, who also shares his top picks for 2022. Then, CNBC's Eamon Javers covers the changes social media platforms have made in the wake of the Capitol riots last January 6th. Also, Logitech CEO Bracken Darrell joins in an exclusive interview as part of our Consumer Tech Week to highlight various consumer tech trends. Next, CNBC's Kristina Partsinevelos covers the impact of the Federal Reserve's tightening on fintech stocks, and Wolfe Research Analyst Darrin Peller digs deeper into fintech plays. Our Julia Boorstin also reports on Fed taper plans hitting cloud stocks, and CNBC's Robert Frank delivers some stark numbers on tech billionaires hemorrhaging cash to start the year. And later, CNBC's Leslie Picker highlights several hedge funds dumping tech stocks at a breakneck pace.
The Food and Drug Administration granted emergency authorization today to Pfizer's Covid treatment pill, a major milestone that promises to revolutionize the fight against the virus. Despite omicron, airlines are expecting some of their busiest days of the Covid pandemic during the year-end holidays. Sara Nelson, president of the National Association of Flight Attendants, discusses how airlines are offering self-defense training to flight attendants due to a surge in unruly passengers. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on just how much fraud occurred as a result of government aid during the pandemic. CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Puck News' Matt Belloni discusses what to expect from the world of entertainment in 2022. NBC's Sahil Kapur reports on the committee investigating the January 6th insurrection at the Capitol and its request for information from GOP Rep. Jim Jordan. Kapur also discusses President Biden's announcement today that he would extend the moratorium on student loan payments until May 1, 2022. Plus, NBC's Kerry Sanders reports on airlines' warnings that 5G could cause major disruptions for flights, saying it could cause issues with plane altimeters.
Global markets are wavering as cases of the omicron variant ticks up around the world. Moderna says its Covid booster dose does bolster antibodies against the new variant, but even so, CNBC's Robert Frank reports that big banks are reversing their return-to-work policies. CNBC's Meg Tirrell explains the Moderna news and compares data on cases of Covid's omicron and delta variants, and former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb offers best testing practices to families hoping to gather for a safe holiday. In light of the latest surge, the World Economic Forum usually held in January in Davos has been postponed. Plus, CNBC's Eamon Javers discusses Senator Joe Manchin's (D-WV) decision not to support President Biden's Build Back Better plan, a blow for Democrats and the administration. In this episode:Dr. Scott Gottlieb, @ScottGottliebMDRobert Frank, @robtfrankMeg Tirrell, @megtirrellJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkBecky Quick, @BeckyQuickAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkinKatie Kramer, @Kramer_Katie
A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel has narrowly endorsed the use of Merck and Ridgeback Biotherapeutics' oral Covid treatment pill, despite questions about the drug's effectiveness, safety and whether it would help the virus mutate into even more dangerous variants. CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports on questions about the safety of a Merck antiviral pill intended to fight Covid. Brown University School of Public Health Dean Dr. Ashish Jha also discusses the omicron Covid variant and just how impactful current vaccines could be against it. Drug lord El Chapo's wife Emma Coronel Aispuro has been sentenced to three years in prison after she pleaded guilty to money laundering and helping her husband's cartel traffic cocaine, meth and heroin into the U.S. WEYI reporter Stephanie Parkinson reports on another school shooting, this one in Michigan, where a 15-year-old killed three students and wounded 8 more people, including a teacher. Former Notre Dame football coach heading to LSU and Oklahoma's Lincoln Riley leaving for big, big money with USC in Los Angeles. Author and ESPN commentator Paul Finebaum joins Smith to discuss. Plus, CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on hackers that are offering holiday deals for illegal items on the dark web.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on what retailers are expecting ahead of the holiday shopping season. Three white men were found guilty Wednesday of felony murder in the shooting death of Ahmaud Arbery, a Black man who was running in their neighborhood when the defendants confronted him in February 2020. CNBC correspondent Cal Perry reports on the convictions. JPMorgan Chase Chief Executive Jamie Dimon says he regrets his remarks that the Wall Street bank would last longer than China's Communist Party. Dewardric McNeal, managing director and senior policy analyst at Longview Global, discusses Jamie Dimon's retracted joke. CNBC's Diana Olick reports on how climate change could be making it more difficult to find the ingredients for holiday treats. Chris Burbank, former Salt Lake City police chief, discusses the refunding of police forces to tackle crime. Plus, CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on why the FBI is warning that hackers could be busy during the holiday season.
Our anchors start off the morning with today's sell-off in crypto and comments from Twitter CFO Ned Segal that it doesn't make sense for the company to put crypto on its balance sheet. Then, Wedbush Securities' Joel Kulina is here to discuss fintech stocks, metaverse plays and much more. Plus, we're diving into quantum computing today— CNBC's Eamon Javers covers its importance to America's security, while CNBC's Kate Rooney breaks down investor appetite in the space. Later, CNBC's Robert Frank is here to explain why Elon Musk is selling shares of Tesla. Then, Elazar Advisors Analyst Chaim Siegel joins after he downgraded Tesla to neutral. Also, CNBC's Julia Boorstin gives us an update on the trial between IAC and Tinder's Co-Founders. And don't miss a first on CNBC interview with Qualcomm CEO Cristiano Amon live from the company's investor day today in New York.
Hertz is listing on the Nasdaq--again. Back from bankruptcy, Hertz is led by former Ford CEO Mark Fields; he and board members Tom Wagner and Greg O'Hara discuss the road ahead for the rental car business and it's potential deal with Tesla. Crypto ATMs, which swap cash for cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, are popping up all over the country. So why are they on law enforcement's radar? Eamon Javers reports on CNBC's investigation. Plus, General Electric is splitting into three companies, and the Fed is taking on meme stock mania. In this episode:Mark Fields, @HertzEamon Javers, @EamonJaversJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkBecky Quick, @BeckyQuickKatie Kramer, @Kramer_Katie
A criminal investigation is now underway and lawsuits are piling up against Travis Scott and organizers of the Astroworld Music Festival after a deadly stampede killed eight people at Scott's concert, NBC's Jay Gray joins with the details from Houston. A suspected serial killer that cops say they think killed six people and shot several others across two states in September and late October is behind bars in Missouri, CNBC's Valerie Castro updates with the latest. NBC News' Gabe Gutierrez is covering the Kyle Rittenhouse murder trial and reports on the latest testimony. The U.S. is now welcoming international travelers for the first time in nearly 20 months, CNBC's Perry Russom covers this monumental day in America's Covid recovery. Plus, CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on a new FBI warning about a major crime with criminals targeting crypto ATM's.
Trial lawyer Jeff Korek explains how he sees the fatal, on-set shooting playing for actor Alec Baldwin. NBC Meteorologist Michelle Grossman breaks down the severe weather expected to slam both the east and west coasts of the U.S. CNBC's Perry Russom is live in New Hampshire with the details on the tragic end to the search for missing 5-year-old Elijah Lewis. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the latest Russian supply chain hack. “Platformer” editor Casey Newton discusses whether he thinks Facebook has the ability to solve the problems it has created online or if the social media giant has completely lost control. Plus, Dr. David Putrino, the Director of Rehabilitation Innovation at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, explains his findings on the impact of “long Covid” on patients.
As Facebook combats leaked internal documents and growing concerns from users and lawmakers alike, early investor and LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman retains hope that the platform will deliver on its potential to do more good than harm. In a wide-ranging interview, Hoffman discusses Apple's privacy changes and technology's potential to streamline a struggling supply chain. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Democrats are close to finalizing an agreement on the social safety net plan that would allow for the bipartisan infrastructure bill to move forward. CNBC's Ylan Mui reports on the agreement. Also on the Hill, Democrats are taking aim at billionaires and their unrealized capital gains with a new wealth-tax plan. Plus, CNBC's Eamon Javers reports that Microsoft says it's identified another wave of cyber attacks by the Russian intelligence service, similar to last year's devastating SolarWinds hack. In this episode:Reid Hoffman, @reidhoffmanYlan Mui, @ylanmui Eamon Javers, @EamonJaversJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkin
The Founder and Chairman of telecom company Digicel joins on the announcement that the company is selling its Pacific assets to Australia's Telstra. Plus, Microsoft has revealed that it identified another wave of attacks by Russian intelligence. Our own Eamon Javers has the story. And Hackensack Meridian Health's Robert Garrett joins to discuss the state of vaccine mandates in the U.S.
CNBC's Valeria Castro is live in Florida and reports on the human remains found at Carlton Reserve, which have been confirmed as those of Brian Laundrie's. Former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti discusses Steve Bannon's legal future and how executive privilege could complicate the case.CNBC's Rahel Solomon reports on the school lunch shortages across America. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on ransomware gangs coming out of the shadows and recruiting for new talent on the open web. Political guru Larry Sabato weighs in on the close Virginia governor's race. New York Times technology reporter Mike Isaac discusses transparency when it comes to Facebook policing itself and its users. Plus, Space lawyer and Senior Counsel at the Victor Rane Law Firm Doug Griffith delivers his insights on the courtroom battle between Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin and the U.S. Government over the Lunar Lander contract.
Our anchors start off the show with Bernstein Analyst Mark Shmulik on his note calling Facebook “internet's third rail” and posing the question “is Facebook investable?” Then, we bring in Angel Investor Jason Calacanis to debate whether now is the right time to buy Facebook stock. We also cover JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon's latest comments on Bitcoin and this morning's upgrades of Square and Airbnb. Later, Piper Sandler's Brent Bracelin is here with his latest and greatest cloud tracker analysis of the 80 largest cloud software pure-plays. Then, CNBC's Eamon Javers has the story on Coinbase customers frustrated with the company's customer support service. And later, CNBC's Julia Boorstin covers the results from a Catalyst-CNBC survey on the great work-life divide.
CNBC's Brian Schwartz discusses the Ozy Media fallout and the lie one of its founders told about Sharon Osbourne. CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports on a potential new weapon in the fight against Covid -- Merck's antiviral pill. Sports investigations reporter for The Washington Post Molly Hensley-Clancy discusses the sexual coercion allegations against NWSL coach Paul Riley. CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on a series of cryptic notes from Elizabeth Holmes where she compares herself to Steve Jobs. CNBC's Eamon Javers updates on how the White House is cracking down on the increasing threat of ransomware attacks. Chris O'Falt is the editor and reporter for Indiewire's Filmmaker Toolkit and discusses the vote of Hollywood union workers to authorize a strike. Plus, NBC's Peter King discusses Tom Brady's return to Foxboro as a Tampa Bay Buccaneer
CNBC's Eamon Javers discusses the Senate Armed Services Committee hearing today with top Pentagon officials answering questions on the withdrawal of U.S. troops from Afghanistan. NBC 6 Miami reporter Julie Leonardi updates on the search for missing 19-year-old Miya Marcano. NBC's Kristen Dahlgren reports on what gymnast Simone Biles is saying about her mental health struggles during the summer Olympics. CNBC and NBC team coverage with Steve Liesman and Leigh Ann Caldwell who report on the potential looming economic crisis and what Fed Chair Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen are saying about the debt ceiling. CNBC's Seema Mody gets an inside look at Virgin Voyages' new ship “The Scarlet Lady.” Plus, an in-depth look at the fleet of shiny new gadgets from Amazon, including its ASTRO robot.
Former George W. Bush Chief of Staff Andy Card recalls the day he whispered in President Bush's ear, “A second plane hit the second tower. America is under attack.” CNBC's Ylan Mui takes a look at the long-term medical issues and health problems impacting the first responders who worked at Ground Zero. CNBC's Eamon Javers explores cyber attacks, the new terror threats facing our national security, something airport pat downs and watch lists won't prevent. 19-year-old Claudia Szurkowski was still in utero when her father died in the 9/11 attacks, she never got to meet him, but she says she still talks to him every day. Retired Navy Admiral James Stavridis recalls his experience at the Pentagon when one of the hijacked planes hit it on 9/11. Plus, host Shepard Smith reflects on September 10, 2001, the day before the attacks, and a world without either the Department of Homeland Security or the TSA.
Our anchors kick off this Friday morning with all the details on Affirm's earnings boosting the stock over 20 percent this morning. Then, Angel Investor Jason Calacanis joins to share his thoughts on the buy now, pay later trend, the SEC targeting Coinbase and much more. Also, it's been 20 years since the September 11th attacks, and CNBC's Eamon Javers joins to cover where the next big terror threat may come from. Plus, we cover the breaking story on a U.S. judge issuing a ruling today on the Apple vs. Epic trial sending shares of Apple down more than 3 percent. We bring in The Verge Editor-in-Chief Nilay Patel, Loup Ventures Managing Partner Gene Munster and Daring Fireball Founder John Gruber to analyze this latest decision and its implications on Apple's walled garden, the app store and antitrust regulation.
America's 20-year war in Afghanistan came to an end as the Americans stationed there finished their evacuation. CNBC's Eamon Javers details the military's next steps for extracting the remaining group of Americans in the country, as well as the Biden administration's strategy to monitor the Taliban. CNBC's Frank Holland reports on how residents of New Orleans are planning for the days ahead as the city remains without power and with limited access to other resources in the wake of Hurricane Ida. After the storm shut down at least six Gulf Coast refineries, RBC Capital Markets head of global commodity strategy Helima Croft discusses energy production as the region gets back on its feet. Croft considers other headlines in oil, including the Taliban's new role in global energy politics and the upcoming OPEC meeting. The Federal Reserve is looking for signals from the labor market to gauge when it should tighten monetary policy. CNBC's Steve Liesman and Mohamed El-Erian, Allianz and Gramercy advisor, discuss the upcoming August jobs report, Fed Chair Powell's comments at Jackson Hole, and the Delta variant's impact on inflation and the U.S. economic recovery. Plus, PayPal is exploring adding a new stock-trading feature to its platform, and China is cracking down on gamers.
The U.S. and its allies have warned that more terrorist attacks in Kabul are likely, as the deadline for military withdrawal from Afghanistan draws near. CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the latest information gathered after the twin suicide bombings in Kabul. Children are now being hospitalized in record numbers across the United States, and doctors are warning that it could get worse as physical classrooms welcome students back. Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, vice provost of global initiatives at the University of Pennsylvania and former Coronavirus Advisory Board Member for President Biden, discusses delta variant concerns and the need for higher vaccination numbers among adults to stop the spread. United States Tennis Association CEO Michael Dowse discusses a safe and successful U.S. Open just days before the tournament's first day in New York, detailing the protocols and the players that fans can expect. Plus, supply chain issues that may impact retail margins and the holiday shopping season.
Seth Jones is a senior vice president at the Center for Strategic and International Studies and explains what he thinks of the chances of getting the remaining 1,500 Americans out of Afghanistan. CNBC's Eamon Javers delivers the latest from the security summit at the White House to combat ransomware attacks. CNBC's Valerie Castro reports on the rise of flight attendants taking self-defense classes amid the growing number of unruly passengers. NBC News legal analyst Danny Cevallos breaks down a new appeal from Scott Peterson, nearly two decades after a jury convicted him of murdering his pregnant wife. Plus, Seth Jones returns later in the show for the breaking news of the U.S. Embassy advising U.S. citizens to not travel to Kabul Airport.
Our own Eamon Javers joins to discuss the Cybersecurity summit happening today, which will host the CEOs of big tech companies. Plus, we get an update on the M&A world and expectations for 2021, from EisnerAmper CEO Charles Weinstein. And the Nasdaq has had a huge run up lately—Brian's RBI focuses on data from Bespoke that shows the index may be due for a pullback.
The House has once again delayed a planned vote to advance two key proposals that make up President Joe Biden's economic agenda. Rep. John Yarmuth (D-KY) and Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO) discuss the path forward for an infrastructure deal and a budget resolution. Major companies – from Walt Disney to Walmart – have already mandated Covid-19 vaccines for some or all of their employees, and now that the FDA has granted the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine full approval, more businesses are poised to follow suit. John Ho, co-chair of the OSHA-workplace safety practice at Cozen O'Connor, discusses whether employers can mandate coronavirus vaccines and if they had the legal authority to do so. Plus, an NFT of a rock just sold for 400 ether, or about $1.3 million, and CNBC's Eamon Javers swaps movie recommendations--and quotes--with Joe Kernen.
Kicking off today's show with a look at the significant sell-off in Chinese tech stocks, then digging into Roblox earnings with Metaverse ETF Founder Matthew Ball. CNBC's Courtney Reagan then helps us break down the latest Walmart earnings and where those e-commerce numbers stand. Next, we hear from Ruchir Sharma of Morgan Stanley Investment Management on his latest Financial Times Op-Ed. He wonders what it would take for big tech to fall. Oppenheimer's Jason Helfstein also makes the case for his top two picks…Uber and Opendoor. Later, MoffettNathanson's Lisa Ellis is an IBM bear and she's telling us why. We also get the latest on that T-Mobile data breach from CNBC's Eamon Javers. And Jeff Bezos suing NASA? We've got that too.
Our anchors start off the show with all the details on Coinbase's latest earnings report. Initialized Capital Founder and Early Coinbase Investor Garry Tan joins to further break down Coinbase's quarter and outlook. Then, CNBC's Eamon Javers is here to cover what may be the biggest crypto theft ever with $600 million stolen. Later, Unity Software CFO Luis Visoso joins to discuss the company's strong quarter and planned acquisition of remote desktop and streaming company Parsec. Later, FuboTV CEO David Gandler joins in an earnings exclusive to discuss the company's most recent quarter. We also have all the details on the FTC probing a partnership between Uber and Gopuff in addition to reviewing Uber's planned purchase of Drizly. Then, we have a second earnings exclusive with Doximity CEO Jeff Tangney on the company's first earnings report since going public, plus details on how the company is battling vaccine misinformation on its app.
SEC Chair Gary Gensler shares his plan for taming the “Wild West” that is the cryptocurrency ecosystem. After years of leadership in finance regulation and teaching blockchain technology at MIT, Gensler praises innovation, but calls for “guard rails.” China is aiming to curb new Covid cases, and New York City has a new access pass for its social scene: proof of vaccination. Plus, CNBC's Eamon Javers reports that the CDC is stepping in to extend the eviction moratorium.
Dr. Peter Hotez, co-director of the Center for Vaccine Development at Texas Children's Hospital, gives his insights on the new CDC mask guidance amid the Covid surges across the U.S. NBC's Tom Llamas is live in Tokyo to deliver the latest on the Olympic games. Gymnastics legend Shannon Miller discusses the pressure Simone Biles is under after she pulled out of the team final due to mental health reasons. CNBC's Eamon Javers gives an update on the testimony from FBI officials on the growing threat of ransomware during today's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. Plus, CNBC's Sara Eisen explains the growing “shrinkflation” trend.
Our anchors start off the morning on the battle between fintech and financials in light of bank earnings this week. The Production Board CEO David Friedberg joins to share his take on digital banking and the future of fintech. Then, CNBC's Steve Liesman is here to interview San Francisco Fed President Mary Daly on inflation, Fed policy and much more. Later, Washington Post Tech Reporter Will Oremus joins live outside the courtroom where Elon Musk is defending Tesla's 2016 acquisition of SolarCity. Also, CNBC's Julia Boorstin is here with the story on the Female Founders Fund closing its third fund at $57 million. We also have CNBC's Eamon Javers with details on the Biden Administration's newest cybersecurity team members. Then, Arctic Wolf CEO Brian NeSmith joins to further discuss cyber threats and his cybersecurity company's latest $150 million funding round.
Our anchors kick off the morning with Didi's drop lower after China removed the company from its app stores. Early Didi Investor Christian Cadeo joins to further break down the recently public company's downturn. Then, CNBC's Eamon Javers is here to cover the latest massive cyberattack hitting more than 1,000 businesses over the weekend. We also have Cambria Investment Management Co-Founder and CIO here to talk all things retail investing and Robinhood ahead of Robinhood's upcoming IPO. Later, CNBC's Eunice Yoon joins live from Beijing with more details on Didi and China's revised rules for listings overseas. Then, Pacaso Co-Founder and Palantir Board Member Spencer Rascoff is here to further discuss regulation in both China and the U.S. Plus, we have the story on Next Door- the social network for neighbors- announcing a deal to go public via SPAC. Later, Alight CEO Stephan Scholl joins our anchors live from the NYSE to speak about his company's public debut via SPAC today.
The Fed made the decision to keep interest rates near zero, in their June FOMC meeting. We discuss how investors should digest the news. Plus, Biden has returned to Washington after his first summit with Vladimir Putin. We speak with Eamon Javers about the key takeaways from the meeting. And Brian highlights the top five stocks seeing the most insider buying action this week.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on President Biden's first summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on the ground in Switzerland. The three hour meeting likely covered cyber hacks, human rights, nuclear weapons, and election interference, but The New York Times columnist Tom Friedman says, Putin is like America's “ex-boyfriend from hell.” Plus, investors are poised for a milestone Fed meeting, employees are poised to return to the office in full force, and former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes is poised for trial.
President Biden is off to the NATO Conference now, after his first G-7 meeting. We speak with Eamon Javers and Invesco's Andy Blocker about what the results mean for investors. Plus, new cryptocurrencies are abounding and Miami is becoming the new home of Bitcoin. We speak with Mackenzie Sigalos about the trends. And our trending stories include a Wendy's across the pond, cars getting older, and a $28M space flight.
Billionaire hedge fund titan Paul Tudor Jones talks inflation, market memes, and bitcoin bets in an extended interview. Ahead of the Federal Reserve's next meeting, Jones shares his money plays, from commodities and gold to crypto. As a billionaire himself, Jones weighs in on ProPublica's explosive tax story and the wealthy's “fair share.” As founder of the Robin Hood Foundation, Jones explains how supporting New Yorkers hardest hit by the pandemic will help rebuild the city as a whole. Plus, a lucky winner is headed to space with Jeff Bezos after a $28 million bid for the seat, and CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on what the world can expect from the Biden-Putin summit in Geneva, Switzerland.
DPCM CEO and Former Uber SVP Uber Emil Michael joins us this morning to share his thoughts on the meme stock trade, TikTok and Apple's app store fees. Then, we have an earnings exclusive with UiPath CEO Daniel Dines to break down the company's most recent earnings report. We also have CNBC's Julia Boorstin on Facebook's push into the creator economy and battle with Apple's app store fees. Later, Strike CEO Jack Mallers joins us to speak about Strike's partnership with El Salvador after the country passed new legislation to accept Bitcoin as legal tender. Also, CNBC's Kristina Partsinevelos covers the meme stock names that have gone under the radar. Plus, CNBC's Eamon Javers has the details on the Colonial Pipeline CEO testifying on the recent ransomware cyberattack.
Paul Kiel, ProPublica business reporter, discusses a new report that shows the wealthiest people in the country pay little to nothing in federal income taxes. NBC's Gabe Gutierrez reports on hundreds of migrants who are pitching tents at the U.S.'s border with Mexico. CNBC's Meg Tirrell discusses Covid vaccine testing for children. NBC's Ken Delanian discusses a report from the Senate that looked at what went wrong before, during and after the Capitol riots in January. Plus, CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on Colonial Pipeline CEO Joseph Blount's testimony today in front of Congress about the ransomware attack his company experienced earlier this year.
The CEO of Colonial Pipeline is testifying about the ransomware hack that hit the company. We discuss cyber infrastructure with Meg King and our own Eamon Javers. Plus, new meme stocks are soaring—we take a look with Kate Rooney. And markets are heading towards new highs. We take a look at inflation and more.
As stocks approach new highs, Scott Wapner and the Investment Committee discuss the softer than expected jobs report and if that could re-ignite the rally. While major averages move closer to new highs, the Committee share their latest moves, and Pete reveals some Unusual Activity in 2 big names. And later, Eamon Javers brings Deputy Attorney General Lisa Monaco on the show to discuss the Justice Department’s new focus on ransomware attacks that are plaguing companies in the U.S
In their first show from the same studio in over a year, Joe, Becky, and Andrew digest headlines from the long weekend: a cyber attack on a meat producer, a retail crypto trading frenzy in China, and airlines, back on the flight paths. Congress may be on recess, but CNBC’s Eamon Javers reports that the Hill is still abuzz with infrastructure bill negotiations. The New York Times columnist Tom Friedman discusses government spending and politics around the world, from China’s Covid-19 origin story to Israel’s and Palestine’s impact on the American Democratic Party. Plus, on the other side of the pandemic, shoppers are back in stores. Shopify President Harley Finkelstein talks entrepreneurship and says a vaccinated public won’t hinder the e-commerce boom.
Our anchors cover the IPO market, Cloudera going private and the latest in crypto this Tuesday morning. Then, The Margins Editor Ranjan Roy joins us to share his take on the recent meme stock rally and wage-driven inflation. Also, SoFi CEO Anthony Noto joins us to discuss SoFi's public debut today via SPAC merger. Later, CNBC's Eamon Javers has the story on a cyberattack targeting the world's largest meat supplier. Plus, we have the scoop on supply chain pressure pushing up prices for Tesla vehicles. CNBC's Kate Rooney also joins today to talk all things bitcoin as we kick off a new trading month. And our anchors tell you what to look out for when Zoom reports earnings after the bell today.
CNBC's Bob Pisani joins us this Friday morning to explain Morningstar's warning on investing in thematic tech. Then, our anchors chat about the recent run-up in AMC and a rare Apple downgrade by New Street Research. We also have CNBC's Eamon Javers covering the latest details on Microsoft's warning of a new hack. Autodesk CEO Andrew Anagnost joins us in an exclusive interview to discuss earnings. Then, CNBC's Josh Lipton gives us the scoop on Box's flare-up with Starboard Value. Our Jon Fortt reports on Apple marking its 20th anniversary in retail. Later, we are joined by CNBC's Kate Rooney for more on AMC's recent surge. And don't miss Amazen booths – Amazon's newest solution to promote worker wellness amid recent backlash.
President Biden has ordered a closer intelligence review of what he said were two equally plausible scenarios of the origins of the Covid-19 pandemic. CNBC’s Meg Tirrell reports. CNBC’s Eamon Javers discusses how Russia and Iran spread misinformation during the Trump administration, according to a Facebook report. Arthur Caplan, director of medical ethics at NYU’s Grossman School Of Medicine, discusses privacy concerns regarding Google’s deal to develop healthcare algorithms. NBC’s Sahil Kapur reports on a potential bipartisan deal on gun reform. Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas) and Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) are working to close the background check loophole. Plus, CNBC’s Scott Cohn reports on the San Jose VTA shooting. The bomb squad is searching the railyard after a gunman killed eight people. This marks 15 mass shootings in a little over two months.