Berkeley Lovelace Jr. is a business journalist for CNBC.com, covering breaking news.
He started working for the company in May 2016 as a Fellow before becoming a News Associate. Prior to CNBC, he worked with the MU School of Journalism and The Associated Press in New York on developing new ways to tell stories using 360 video and virtual reality. He holds a BA in Journalism from the University of Missouri.
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"Trade is not dead. Trade is secular, not cyclical," Citi's Corbat says.
Do whatever "gets us to 50 votes so that we can move forward on a health-care reform legislation," Tom Price says.
Kim Jong Un "is not going to push the button because then he's gone," Democratic former Sen. Max Baucus says.
"I do tend to take the more pessimistic view that it will be hard to keep general AI in a box," Dick Costolo says.
That would make YouTube worth just over five Twitters.
President Donald Trump lashed out on Twitter again on Tuesday morning.
Despite the bears, Caterpillar's stock will continue to climb, Jim Cramer says.
"There is enough happening underneath the surface in terms of rotation," the CEO of Ritholtz Wealth Management says.
Political strategist Sara Fagen says Scaramucci could walk President Trump back on some of his statements.
"All of these analysts better take into account that the world changed when Amazon bought Whole Foods," Jim Cramer warns.