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Squawk Pod

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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Recent Episodes of Squawk Pod


Whole Foods Co-Founder & Scarlett Johansson vs. OpenAI 5/21/24

Whole Foods Co-Founder & Scarlett Johansson vs. OpenAI 5/21/24

Scarlett Johansson is taking aim at OpenAI after the company used a voice “eerily similar” to hers for its ChatGPT40 chatbot. Former White House CTO Aneesh Chopra weighs in on the controversy, the latest leadership shakeups at OpenAI, and the ways to build guardrails for society’s newest technology. Whole Foods co-founder and former CEO John Mackey shares his journey bringing health foods mainstream. Mackey discusses his new book, “The Whole Story,” as well as GMOs and the future of grocery. Plus, JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon is discussing his succession plan, and Andrew Ross Sorkin is in Paris just 66 days until the...

Episode 21 May 2024 38m and 10s


Iranian Succession, China’s Property Woes, & Tourists in Space 5/20/24

Iranian Succession, China’s Property Woes, & Tourists in Space 5/20/24

Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi has died in a helicopter crash. Karim Sadjadpour, senior fellow at the Carnegie Endowment for Peace Middle East Program, explains the issues Raisi’s death poses for Iranian leadership and succession. Hayman Capital Management founder and CIO Kyle Bass discusses China’s real estate crisis, its impact on GDP, and the CCP’s electric vehicle strategy. CNBC’s Kristina Partsinevelos explains Microsoft’s plans for AI PCs, many of which will be unveiled at the company’s Build developer conference. Plus, Xander Schauffele won his first major PGA title, and Blue Origin’s tourism rocket launched pas...

Episode 20 May 2024 29m and 13s


Raising an ‘Anxious Generation’ & Protecting Consumers 5/17/24

Raising an ‘Anxious Generation’ & Protecting Consumers 5/17/24

NYU Social Psychologist Jonathan Haidt discusses “The Anxious Generation,” his new book that explores the impact of social media on childhood mental health. Limits of screen time, age verification, and delaying smartphone introduction for kids are among Haidt’s suggestions for a safer youth. The Supreme Court has rejected an argument against the funding structure for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; CFPB Director Rohit Chopra says he’s relieved to get back to work protecting consumers and companies. Plus, Reddit and OpenAI have teamed up, Boeing supplier Spirit Aerosystems and the world’s top golfer Scottie Scheffler was arrested at a PGA cha...

Episode 17 May 2024 32m and 44s


‘Hot Ones’ Host & 2024’s Debate Dates 05/16/24

‘Hot Ones’ Host & 2024’s Debate Dates 05/16/24

President Biden and former President Trump have agreed to two unorthodox debates this election season. Former communications director for President Trump Anthony Scaramucci reacts to the news and the prospect of another Trump presidency. Scaramucci, an outspoken bitcoin bull, also discusses crypto’s recent surge. Sean Evans, host of viral YouTube show “Hot Ones,” discusses how he monetizes his celebrity interviews over hot chicken wings. Plus, Berkshire Hathaway has announced its secret stock pick: Chubb.

 

Anthony Scaramucci  - 13:16

Sean Evans - 26:43

 

In this episode:

Sean Evans, @seanseaevans

Anthony...

Episode 16 May 2024 33m and 12s


Gary Vee: Upfront Season & TikTok Branding 05/15/24

Gary Vee: Upfront Season & TikTok Branding 05/15/24

VaynerX Chairman and branding expert Gary Vaynerchuk discusses the evolution of media and advertising as upfront season kicks into gear. Federal prosecutors at the Department of Justice say Boeing breached its 2021 settlement protecting the company from criminal prosecution for the two fatal 737 Max crashes. CNBC’s Phil LeBeau discusses the implications for Boeing and the importance of the company for the industry at large. Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) is honing in on risks for the 2024 election, less than 6 months away. Plus, Nvidia’s CEO Jensen Huang made over $30m last year, a 60% hike from the year prior, Vanguard hired a form...

Episode 15 May 2024 30m and 20s


Boaz Weinstein: Hedge Funder, Risk-Taker, BlackRock Challenger 05/14/24

Boaz Weinstein: Hedge Funder, Risk-Taker, BlackRock Challenger 05/14/24

In a rare extended interview, Saba Capital Management founder and CIO Boaz Weinstein explains his campaign against the world’s largest asset manager, BlackRock. Weinstein, a renowned risk-taking trader on Wall Street, takes on BlackRock’s closed end funds over a decade after he famously “harpooned” the London Whale in 2011. Plus, meme stocks like GameStop are still surging, thanks to “Roaring Kitty,” the Biden administration is ramping up China tariffs, and Kraft Heinz is reportedly exploring an Oscar Mayer sale.

 

Boaz Weinstein - 16:10

 

In this episode:

Joe Kernen,@JoeSquawk

Becky Quick...

Episode 14 May 2024 36m and 6s


Warby Parker’s CEOs, Roaring Kitty’s Return, & Seinfeld at Duke 5/13/24

Warby Parker’s CEOs, Roaring Kitty’s Return, & Seinfeld at Duke 5/13/24

The Biden administration is planning to quadruple tariffs on Chinese electric vehicles. Investment banker and former Treasury official Roger Altman discusses fiscal policy’s impact on inflation and the road ahead for the American economy. Warby Parker co-CEOs Neil Blumenthal and David Gilboa are doubling down on their brick and mortar strategy, despite starting as an e-commerce brand. The two discuss their company’s journey since IPO, their history of monetization, and their omnichannel approach to driving revenue. Plus, OpenAI is launching a new product, Apple workers at a store in New Jersey have voted against unionization, GameStop is on t...

Episode 13 May 2024 30m and 37s


AI in the Heartland & Arthur Brooks: Love Your Challengers 5/10/24

AI in the Heartland & Arthur Brooks: Love Your Challengers 5/10/24

Microsoft is investing $3.3 billion in an AI strategy in Wisconsin. Steve Case, co-founder of AOL and chairman and CEO of Revolution, discusses his own investments in projects in middle America and his optimism about big tech’s opportunities for economic growth outside of Silicon Valley. Happiness expert, author, AEI president emeritus, and Harvard professor Arthur Brooks weighs in on the turmoil across American college campuses. He’s optimistic about America’s period after unrest, and encourages listeners to love challenges to their perspectives, and to view the world beyond a good/evil binary. Plus, Chinese EV company Zeekr is ready...

Episode 10 May 2024 32m and 36s


A Year on Ozempic & Speaker Johnson’s Job Save 05/09/24

A Year on Ozempic & Speaker Johnson’s Job Save 05/09/24

House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-LA) discusses his own party’s push to oust him from his role. He says, lawmakers cannot afford to play petty politics with tensions high at home and abroad. Journalist Johann Hari has taken Ozempic for a year. He says it’s changed his life, but his new book “Magic Pill” details the dangers of weight loss drugs as well as their benefits. Plus, President Biden has given Israel an ultimatum, Disney and Warner Bros. Discovery are set to bundle their streaming content, and China’s electric vehicle race is speeding up. 

 

Mike Johnson...

Episode 9 May 2024 34m and 55s


Pushing EVs at Rivian & Driving Careers with NBC’s Bonnie Hammer 05/08/24

Pushing EVs at Rivian & Driving Careers with NBC’s Bonnie Hammer 05/08/24

Electric vehicle maker Rivian reported a quarterly revenue beat and a cut to its capital spending forecast. CEO RJ Scaringe explains his vision for the future of EVs, the total addressable market, and Rivian’s charging station partnership with Tesla. NBCUniversal Vice Chair Bonnie Hammer has compiled the best–and worst–advice for workers new and seasoned in her new book, “15 Lies Women Are Told at Work…and the Truth We Need to Succeed.” After years in the business, Hammer shares her favorite moments of mentorship, and encourages younger generations to differentiate “personal worth” from “professional worth.” Microsoft will make a $3.3B AI invest...

Episode 8 May 2024 32m and 14s

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