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Squawk Pod is a daily, guided curation of the top moments and takeaways from CNBC’s flagship morning show, “Squawk Box”, anchored by Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Each day, the podcast includes news making interviews, perspective and analysis from iconic guest hosts, and slices of debate and discussion—from the heated to the hilarious— all wrapped with exclusive context and color from Senior Producer Katie Kramer.

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Squawk Pod is a daily, guided curation of the top moments and takeaways from CNBC’s flagship morning show, “Squawk Box”, anchored by Joe Kernen, Becky Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Each day, the podcast includes news making interviews, perspective and analysis from iconic guest hosts, and slices of debate and discussion—from the heated to the hilarious— all wrapped with exclusive context and color from Senior Producer Katie Kramer.

    Department of Justice’s Antitrust Chief; Amazon Seller Supply Chains; Pardoning Day

    Department of Justice’s Antitrust Chief; Amazon Seller Supply Chains; Pardoning Day

    President Trump has granted a series of pardons and commutations, including to financier Mike Milken and former Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich; Jim Stewart, CNBC contributor, NYT Columnist, and journalist who covered the insider trading scandals of the 1980s discusses what clemency means for white collar crime going forward. Small businesses who rely on Chinese factories are getting hit by the coronavirus outbreak. Plugable Technologies CEO Bernie Thompson is one Amazon seller expecting an impact on his business. The Antitrust Chief for the Department of Justice, Makan Delrahim, discusses the T-Mobile, Sprint merger, Star Wars, Elf, and the future of big tech. Plus, BlueApron is considering ways to salvage its business, Joe Kernen is recruiting Twitter followers for Kelly Evans, and Andrew Ross Sorkin rings in his birthday with celebratory donuts. 
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    • 41 min
    Apple’s Warning; Coronavirus Currency; The Democrats’ New Debater

    Apple’s Warning; Coronavirus Currency; The Democrats’ New Debater

    Apple is warning that the coronavirus might impact its revenue, and other major American companies like Walmart may also see financial fallout. Moody’s retail analyst Charlie O’Shea examines Walmart’s disappointing quarterly report and what might be next for the retail giant. Mayor Mike Bloomberg made the cut for tomorrow’s Democratic debate in Las Vegas, and Andrew Ross Sorkin takes time off from his day off to share the details on Bloomberg’s plan to change how the financial industry is regulated. Senior Director of the NYC Health and Hospitals Special Pathogens Program Dr. Syra Madad says we’re about a year away from an effective vaccine for the coronavirus; she explains what’s needed to contain the outbreak. CNBC’s Beijing Bureau Chief Eunice Yoon has details on China’s Central Bank’s plan to sanitize—and in some cases destroy—currency that may carry the coronavirus. Plus, if you have questions for Warren Buffett, the Oracle of Omaha and legendary investor, tweet them @SquawkCNBC and tag #AskWarren. Warren Buffett himself will be answering questions from the Squawk audiences on Monday, February 24th.
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    • 39 min
    Bill Murray Stories

    Bill Murray Stories

    Do you know what a “Bill Murray Story” is? Becky Quick does, and she has plenty of them to share. In this bonus episode for your long weekend, Becky Quick and Katie Kramer reminisce on years of golf, interviews, and jokes with actor and comedian Bill Murray. Catch sound from those interviews, old and new, as well as highlights from the star-studded AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am annual golf tournament.
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    • 18 min
    Delta Air Lines CEO; Biden’s Donors; Operation Hope CEO

    Delta Air Lines CEO; Biden’s Donors; Operation Hope CEO

    There’s no love lost between the two American Airlines passengers in the viral video of a reclined airplane seat, but at Delta, there’s plenty of love in the air. CEO Ed Bastian discusses the $1.6B he’s giving back to his employees this Valentine’s Day, and he announces that Delta is going carbon neutral in March. Businessman, philanthropist, and Operation Hope CEO John Hope Bryant discusses serving underbanked communities and the future of capitalism. Co-founder of venture capital firm Greycroft Alan Patricof attended two Joe Biden fundraisers this week; he shares why he’s backing the Vice President and why Mayor Mike Bloomberg is implementing some smart strategies in his campaign for the White House. Plus, Microsoft’s $10 billion deal with the Pentagon has been put on hold, President Trump’s nominee for the Federal Reserve received mixed reviews, and Joe, Becky, and Andrew spread the love on set. Happy Valentine’s Day!
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    • 41 min
    Massachusetts Suing Juul; Wall Street’s Voters; The Dow’s Next Milestone

    Massachusetts Suing Juul; Wall Street’s Voters; The Dow’s Next Milestone

    The Dow is nearing 30,000, and Wharton professor Jeremy Siegel says we can get there in a “snap.” Presidential hopeful Mayor Mike Bloomberg has been pouring $1 million dollars a day into Facebook campaign ads, but will it be enough to overcome his “stop and frisk” history? Bob Steel, former Deputy Mayor of Economic Development during Bloomberg’s administration, shares his thoughts on Bloomberg’s campaign strategy. Vanity Fair’s Bill Cohan and former CKE Restaurants CEO Andy Puzder discuss which candidates will get Wall Street’s votes. Massachusetts is suing Juul for marketing to kids, and Attorney General Maura Healey shares details of the lawsuit. Plus, China has changed the way it measures coronavirus cases and Jeff Bezos made a $165 million purchase.
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    • 30 min
    Quarantined on a Cruise Ship; New Hampshire Feels the “Bern”

    Quarantined on a Cruise Ship; New Hampshire Feels the “Bern”

    Over 3,500 passengers and crew are quarantined on a cruise ship off the coast of Japan due to a coronavirus outbreak on board; two of those passengers share details of the vacation they didn’t know they were taking. As the coronavirus concerns mount, the U.S. Senate is holding a roundtable to discuss global pandemics. Dr. Luciana Borio, former Director of Medical and Biodefense Preparedness at the National Security Council, shares her insights on the outbreak before speaking to that panel. New Hampshire is feeling the “Bern” after the state voted in the nation’s first primary of this election cycle, and pollster Frank Luntz says Senator Sanders is one of the “three Bs” who might end up fighting for the soul of the Democratic party. Plus, Theranos’s Elizabeth Holmes is back in the news, and Joe, Becky, and Andrew discuss their Bed Bath & Beyond buys.
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    • 31 min

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