Squawk Box is the CNBC morning business news program that gives you a headstart on your stock portfolio whille you are eating your breakfast. The market pre-game show focuses on the days biggest stories, with guests that include the biggest names in business. Squawk has a witty and smart style, with fast-paced banter between the guests. The show premiered in 1995, and was originally hosted by New Jersey lawyer Mark Haines, with reporting by Joe Kernen, David Faber, and Maria Bartiromo, and is now anchored by Joe Kernen, Rebecca Quick, and Carl Quintanilla. In 2005 Haines and Faber created a spin-off of the program, Squawk on the Street, which was anchored from the NYSE by Haines. CNBC's signature morning show has guest reports from Washington, Silicon Valley, London, and Hong Kong. Squawk Box brings Wall Street to Main Street, giving you the information you need to start the trading day.