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CNBC's Joe Kernen said Thursday morning that climate change and higher temperatures in January were likely not a result of
Joe Kernen Compares Climate Change To 'Witchcraft' On CNBC
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Joe Kernen, co-host of CNBC's Squawk Box, recently lashed out on Twitter at concerned CNBC viewers and individuals who called on him to accurately report the facts and economic risks of climate change.
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(h/t Mediaite) During an interview with House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) on Friday, CNBC host Joe Kernen filled
Co-hosts Joe Kernen and Rebecca Quick weighed in with their thoughts on the new initiatives, while fellow co-host Andrew
Sometimes people yell at their TVs. Sometimes the TV yells at you. That's especially true if you watch a lot of CNBC. As
CNBC Host Joe Kernen: Paul Krugman is a Communist
Steve Liesman, CNBC's senior economics reporter, responded: "Last week, when the jobs number came out, what you saw was commodity
Throughout the CNBC interview, Kernen tried to goad Krugman into naming a level of government spending that would be too
The Kernen mantra that we should just "get government out of the way" disguises the problem with misdirection.
WATCH: "Thank you!" he responded. "Thirteen years versus, what, two years? An upstart! I'm the real thing." Kernen teased
Yale economics professor John Geanakoplos stopped by Squawk Box to talk about foreclosures with Arianna, Becky Quick, Carl
Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of The Black Swan, joined Arianna on Squawk Box to discuss the financial meltdown, mark-to
Arianna and the Squawk Box team talked with Nouriel Roubini on CNBC this morning. Hear Roubini's opinion on the latest plan
It is a different kind of corporate irony: As CNBC enjoys a new level of visibility and is about to launch a massive new
Bill Hemmer, Fox News: In this climate, be grateful you are employed. And if you're healthy, you're two for two. Brian Willams