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    On the heels of Super Tuesday, Mitt Romney appeared on Squawk Box this morning, telling CNBC he was pleased with his campaign's success. Romney also addressed his positions on tax policy, energy, & the economy. On Obama, he said that he is in over his head and his time has come for "early retirement." Watch the full interview here: http://cnb.cx/wXYEza

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Rhode Island ranked 50/50 in our Top States for Biz study. So what does RI's Griffin family of "Family Guy" have to say? "We are deeply saddened to learn that for the second straight year, Rhode Island has placed dead last in CNBC’s list of “America’s Top States for Business.” On the bright side, at least we’re still forty-ninth in education. Take that, Mississippi! We also have a dirty ocean to look at and how many other states can say that? In conclusion, may God have mercy on our souls."

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5 Minutes With a Visionary: Jimmy Wales. As part of CNBC’s “20 Under 20: Transforming Tomorrow” TV documentary, we interviewed thought leaders and visionaries who have paved the way for the next generation of entrepreneurs. In a series of Q called “5 Minutes with a Visionary,” we discover what has shaped and molded the careers of these innovators. Gregory Saperstein speaks with Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales.

EU Energy Chief tells CNBC's Kelly Evans: “We Need a United States of Europe” cnb.cx/KExid8

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House Speaker John Boehner told CNBC on Tuesday he would like to see a top tax rate of 25 percent, and he warned that the United States had no alternative but to reduce its 16 trillion dollar debt. MORE HERE: cnb.cx/JRjKtG

CNBC's Maria Bartiromo is at the Milken Institute Global Conference 2012, a conference that brings together the diverse worlds of business, finance, policy, education, health, energy and philanthropy to come up with fresh solutions to the globe's biggest challenges.

In his first interview in two years, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein told CNBC Tuesday, "We haven't gotten everything right in how we deal with the public." STORY: cnb.cx/I9gVK4

Today at 11 a.m. ET on Squawk on the Street in a FIRST ON CNBC interview, CNBC’s Capital Markets Editor Gary Kaminsky speaks with Goldman Sachs Chairman & CEO Lloyd Blankfein, in his first interview since 2010.

CNBC EXCLUSIVE: GOP Presidential candidate Mitt Romney one-on-one with Larry Kudlow tonight on The Kudlow Report at 7p ET. Want a sneak peek? WATCH HERE: cnb.cx/I09hjn

CNBC Exclusive: Eddie Lampert made a rare appearance on Squawk Box this morning along with David Bonderman & Barry Sternlicht to honor legendary investor Richard Rainwater, who is suffering from incurable brain disorder. Lampert shared his thoughts on the economy, regulation, and the state of retail. Full interview: cnb.cx/I0dDGn

Rep. Bobby Rush (D-Ill.) was kicked out of the House chamber for putting on a hoodie and sunglasses yesterday while delivering a speech about the need for a full investigation into the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Rep. Rush defended his position on The Kudlow Report last night. Watch the interview here -- cnb.cx/GZxnqP -- and then weigh in.

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On the heels of Super Tuesday, Mitt Romney appeared on Squawk Box this morning, telling CNBC he was pleased with his campaign's success. Romney also addressed his positions on tax policy, energy, & the economy. On Obama, he said that he is in over his head and his time has come for "early retirement." Watch the full interview here: cnb.cx/wXYEza

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