Squawk Box

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Squawk Box is an American business news television program that airs at breakfast time on CNBC.wikipedia
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Andrew Ross Sorkin

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The program is co-hosted by Joe Kernen, Becky Quick, and Andrew Ross Sorkin.
He is a financial columnist for The New York Times and a co-anchor of CNBC's Squawk Box. He is also the founder and editor of DealBook, a financial news service published by The New York Times.

Joe Kernen

The program is co-hosted by Joe Kernen, Becky Quick, and Andrew Ross Sorkin. Dubbed "our pre-game show" by regular co-host Joe Kernen, Squawk Box features early-morning analysis of and breaking news from the financial markets, along with considerable banter between the hosts and their guests – original host Mark Haines stressed the need to "inject a little fun" into business news in the early morning.
He is currently co-host of CNBC’s Squawk Box.

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Squawk Box is an American business news television program that airs at breakfast time on CNBC.
Squawk Box: Joe Kernen, Rebecca Quick and Andrew Ross Sorkin

Steve Liesman

Regular contributors to the show include Sharon Epperson (NYMEX), Rick Santelli (Chicago), Steve Liesman, Guy Adami and CNBC senior analyst Ron Insana.
He is known for appearing on the CNBC programs Squawk Box and other business related topics on CNBC and NBC and using a paper "easel" while explaining the state of the United States economy.

Rebecca Quick

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The program is co-hosted by Joe Kernen, Becky Quick, and Andrew Ross Sorkin.
Rebecca "Becky" Quick (born July 18, 1972) is an American television journalist/newscaster and co-anchorwoman of CNBC's financial news shows Squawk Box and On the Money.

Carl Quintanilla

The program underwent a significant revamp on December 19, 2005, with the show moving to the 6:00 am ET timeslot and Kernen, Quick and Carl Quintanilla helming a new tri-anchor format alongside on-air editor Charles Gasparino.
Previously at CNBC he was anchor of Squawk Box.

Maria Bartiromo

Squawk Box’s core on-air team remained intact for many years – the program was originally presented by New Jersey lawyer Mark Haines, along with in-studio reporters Joe Kernen, David Faber and Maria Bartiromo at the New York Stock Exchange.
She replaced analyst Roy Blumberg at CNBC when she began reporting live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and began hosting and contributing to the Market Watch and Squawk Box segments.

Squawk on the Street

Haines and Faber moved to a newly created program, Squawk on the Street, anchored from the NYSE by Haines and Erin Burnett with Faber at CNBC headquarters.
Haines (the original host of Squawk Box), died on May 24, 2011, 18 days after Burnett left CNBC (May 6, 2011) to host CNN's Outfront (see below Mark Haines).

CNBC Europe

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It is relayed in its entirety live on CNBC Europe although it is sometimes partially pre-empted for local programming, particularly to cover European Central Bank interest rate announcements and the subsequent press conferences.
Squawk Box is also now shown in full right across Europe as until March 2011 only the final two hours of the show were available to viewers in the UK and Ireland because CNBC Europe broadcast Strictly Money to UK and Irish viewers.

1271 Avenue of the Americas

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On January 7, 2015, Squawk Box moved to a new street-side studio inside the Time-Life Building in New York City after almost two decades in New Jersey (at CNBC's original facilities in Fort Lee from its August 7, 1995, debut to October 10, 2003, and at CNBC's facilities in Englewood Cliffs from October 13, 2003, to January 6, 2015).
The ground floor studio is now occupied by the studio of SportsNet New York and CNBC Squawk Box.

Asia Squawk Box

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The show has also let its guest hosts join in on the second and third hour just like its US and European counterparts.

Squawk Box Europe

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Maria Bartiromo (who was part of the original US Squawk Box team) served as a guest co-anchor on the show when in London to co-host the annual European Business Leaders Awards until she left CNBC altogether in November 2013.

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Squawk Box is an American business news television program that airs at breakfast time on CNBC.

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The program title originates from a term used in investment banks and stock brokerages for a permanent voice circuit or intercom used to communicate stock deals or sales priorities; it also may refer to the squawk of a bird, like a peacock, which is the logo of CNBC.

Broker

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The program title originates from a term used in investment banks and stock brokerages for a permanent voice circuit or intercom used to communicate stock deals or sales priorities; it also may refer to the squawk of a bird, like a peacock, which is the logo of CNBC.

Hoot-n-holler

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The program title originates from a term used in investment banks and stock brokerages for a permanent voice circuit or intercom used to communicate stock deals or sales priorities; it also may refer to the squawk of a bird, like a peacock, which is the logo of CNBC.

Intercom

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The program title originates from a term used in investment banks and stock brokerages for a permanent voice circuit or intercom used to communicate stock deals or sales priorities; it also may refer to the squawk of a bird, like a peacock, which is the logo of CNBC.

Pre-game show

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Dubbed "our pre-game show" by regular co-host Joe Kernen, Squawk Box features early-morning analysis of and breaking news from the financial markets, along with considerable banter between the hosts and their guests – original host Mark Haines stressed the need to "inject a little fun" into business news in the early morning.

Breaking news

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Dubbed "our pre-game show" by regular co-host Joe Kernen, Squawk Box features early-morning analysis of and breaking news from the financial markets, along with considerable banter between the hosts and their guests – original host Mark Haines stressed the need to "inject a little fun" into business news in the early morning.

Financial market

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Dubbed "our pre-game show" by regular co-host Joe Kernen, Squawk Box features early-morning analysis of and breaking news from the financial markets, along with considerable banter between the hosts and their guests – original host Mark Haines stressed the need to "inject a little fun" into business news in the early morning.

Mark Haines

Dubbed "our pre-game show" by regular co-host Joe Kernen, Squawk Box features early-morning analysis of and breaking news from the financial markets, along with considerable banter between the hosts and their guests – original host Mark Haines stressed the need to "inject a little fun" into business news in the early morning.
Haines was the host of the CNBC TV shows Squawk Box and Squawk on the Street.

Politics

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Another distinctive and long-running feature of the show has been its use of daily "guest hosts" – figures from the world of business and politics who join the team for much of the broadcast, questioning guests as well as offering their own opinions.

Sharon Epperson

Regular contributors to the show include Sharon Epperson (NYMEX), Rick Santelli (Chicago), Steve Liesman, Guy Adami and CNBC senior analyst Ron Insana.