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US-China locked in 'hot' trade competition: APCO Worldwide's James McGregor

James McGregor, APCO Worldwide, provides insight to why it's important for the U.S. to change the way it conducts business with China, especially in the field of technology.


Two charts point to big trouble for tech stocks

Falling earnings growth and rising valuations have portfolio manager Erin Gibbs worried about the hot area of the market.


Some CEOs see Amazon as a threat, some as an opportunity. Either way, Amazon has been a hot topic this earnings season

Amazon has been mentioned on 15-percent of S&P 500 earnings calls this season. Here's what they're saying.


Opening Bell, August 15, 2017

Billboard executives celebrating Billboard's Hot 100 Music Festival at the NYSE, and New York City Council Member Daniel R. Garodnick at the Nasdaq, ring today's opening bells.


Today's Bell Ringer, August 15, 2017

Today's bell ringers are Billboard executives celebrating Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival at the NYSE, and New York City Council Member Daniel R. Garodnick at the Nasdaq.


Not concerned about Philippine economy running too hot: Official

Ernesto Pernia, socioeconomic planning secretary of the Philippines, says improvements in exports and government spending will boost second-quarter GDP.


'Cowboy' trader Bill Perkins: Look for this commodity to jump more than 30 percent

Look for a big rise in a hot commodity during the winter, says energy trader Bill Perkins.


Snap shares get slammed: Can its dancing hot dog help?

CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Kurt Wagner, Recode, discuss what Snapchat will have to do to change their growth prospects and if Snapchat could capitalize on its AR strategy.


Hedge fund manager Dan Loeb deletes racial remark from Facebook after uproar

Dan Loeb is finding himself in hot water after his racially tinged remarks about a black New York state senator.


Analyst caught in hot mic moment on Snap earnings call

CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on an awkward moment for one analyst on Snap's quarterly earnings call.