“All Kaptured on the Western Front” Matthew, Mark, Butch, Rooster and Gil all make their way down a mineshaft towards what they hope is Toyah’s treasure. Along the way, they find some wine bottles, which they accept as proof that they are on the right path. Oh, and Rooster uses the Kapture to record a fart. The rest of the crew must’ve hated him for that
Peter Diamandis, XPrize founder & executive chairman; Marcus Shingles, XPrize CEO, and Anousheh Ansari, Prodea Systems CEO, discuss using crowdfunding to launch entrepreneurial ventures such as space exploration.
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Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson says a costly four-year college degree is not the only path to career success and not necessary for every worker.
Jared Bernstein, CBPP senior fellow, reacts to U.S. job growth numbers.
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Chart watcher Ralph Acampora says the Brexit created a historic head fake within U.S. markets. He explains why he's extremely bullish on equities.
Discussing the European Union's path forward after the Brexit vote, and comparisons to the United States, with Carlos Gutierrez, Former Commerce Secretary (2005-2009) and Former Kellogg CEO, Albright Stonebridge Group Chairman. Also, the Cuba-U.S. opportunity.
Scotland was say it wanted to remain a part of the EU after the Brexit vote but it's path back to the bloc could be a long, drawn-out process.
CNBC's Wilfred Frost looks at the path to reaching an agreement in the UK after the Brexit vote.