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Cramer: I'm disappointed by the last 24 hours of corporate earnings

CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses his take on earnings season.

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The mark of a good restaurant is repeat customers: Resy CEO

Resy Co-Founder Ben Leventhal discusses his company's new inventory program which aims to predict customer behavior.

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ETF Spotlight: Overall bank sector down

CNBC's Mike Santoli breaks down the earnings reported for major bank ETFs, posing the question can the overall market do OK if financials continue to lag?

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Blue Origin will follow a lot of the same pathways as Amazon, says CEO

Blue Origin CEO Bob Smith discusses the outlook for space travel in the future and following a business plan similar to Amazon.

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NTSB probes Southwest engine failure

CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on factors which may have contributed to engine failure on a Southwest Airlines flight where a passenger died.

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Cramer recalls his own two crash landings in airplanes after Southwest's tragic engine failure

CNBC’s Jim Cramer recounts two crash landings in which he was a passenger as CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” discuss the engine explosion that killed a woman on a Southwest flight on Tuesday.

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Time Warner and AT&T set to testify after government rests yesterday

CNBC's Hampton Pearson reports on the lawsuit filed by the U.S. government in an effort to block AT&T's $85 billion acquisition of Time Warner.

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Trump optimistic about Kim Jong Un meeting with Pompeo

CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the secret visit between CIA Director Mike Pompeo and Kim Jong Un and the meeting with President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

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The economy was in bad shape and needed a lot of heavy medicine to get things going: Economist

Ann Miletti of Wells Fargo and Seth Carpenter of UBS discuss factors affecting volatility in the market, the possibility of a recession and inflation rates.

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Markets open higher as energy stocks break out

CNBC's Bob Pisani takes a look at what's moving in early morning trading, including pressure in the tech sector as IBM lags, and earnings continue to pour in.

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