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Which kind of flies in the face of something else he told the Squawk Box hosts:
Israel in the Syria-Lebanon theater, that is definitely high up there," he told CNBC's "Squawk Box." "People better pay attention to that.
Realty/newspaper mogul SAM ZELL has never endorsed a political candidate, but he came close in a CNBC Squawk Box interview in May when he repeated an earlier assertion that DONALD TRUMP does not have the temperament to be president.
There's a "direct link" between well-rested employees and productivity, including job satisfaction, unethical behavior, leadership, work injuries and employee mood, said Aetna CEO Mark Bertolini during an interview with CNBC's pre-market morning news and talk program," Squawk Box. "That link, he said, ultimately boosts the carrier's bottom line and stock valuation.
"The market is not fully priced for July, and the market is not priced for the possibility of a second hike coming later in the year," said El-Erian, chief economic advisor for Allianz, on an interview with CNBC's "Squawk Box" Monday.
The campaign, which will highlight the 50th anniversary of the NP degree program, will leverage earned media, broadcast television spots on CNN New Day, Fox and Friends, CNBC Squawk Box, Today, Good Morning America, Ellen and more, talk radio, and in-person events.
"They are doing it on a highly ideological basis," Woolsey said in an interview on CNBC's "Squawk Box." "They are an imperial power and trying to become more of an imperial power." As such, he added, "given Iran's aggressiveness and the fanaticism of its leaders, I don't think we can do a reasonable deal with them.
"We're finding it very difficult to find extreme value in the mainstream markets," Ross told the CNBC Squawk Box programme in New York on Friday, adding "we've moved into Greece, into Eurobank, and now into Bank of Cyprus.
Preston, who has returned to covering Ebola since this latest outbreak, recalled on CNBC's "Squawk Box" a conversation he had with a scientist working on Ebola containment.
Carbon dioxide is actually a benefit to the world, and so were the Jews."--Physics Professor William Happer, on CNBC's Squawk Box.
A frequent guest on the BBC's Today programme, Newsnight and CNBC's Squawk Box, Dr Malmgren also speaks at conferences across a wide range of industries on behalf of The Economist, Institutional Investor, CNBC and other global fir ms.
The market seriously under-appreciates Discovery Communications and 21st Century Fox, Nomura Securities senior analyst Anthony DiClemente told CNBC's Squawk Box 3/26.
*Dow Jones sues over content use: An audio "squawk box" service that provides business news and analysis to stock traders has been sued by the Dow Jones & Co.
Not yet 30 years old, Ahuja, who is a wunclerkind producer at CNBC's "Squawk Box," serves up a highly readable study of nine men and one woman who, in good times and bad over the past two or three decades, have proven themselves to be the very definition of "smart money."
IFA leaders were featured nearly 30 times on major TV broadcast appearances, including MSNBC's Chris Jansing, MSNBC's Morning Joe, CNN, CNBC Squawk Box, FOX News, FOX & Friends, FOX Business with Nell Cavuto and Bloomberg TV to discuss IFA policy positions and the industry's economic impact.