Business Strategy Business Competition

  • MEXICO CITY, Jan 19- A Mexican tribunal struck down a ruling on Thursday that said broadcaster Grupo Televisa did not have market power in pay television, two people with knowledge of the matter said, opening the door to tougher rules against the company. The move by the tribunal upheld a legal challenge to the 2015 ruling by the Federal Telecommunications...

  • Leisurewear wars: Nike vs. Under Armour

    Sam Poser, Susquehanna Financial Group, and Camilo Lyon, Canaccord Genuity, discuss growing competition in the athletic wear space and where they see the best play.

  • ZURICH, Dec 21- The Swiss Competition Commission fined several European and U.S. banks almost 100 million Swiss francs over interest rate cartels, the latest punishment dished out in connection with rate-rigging scandals. COMCO began its investigation in December 2012, after Barclays Plc became the first bank to settle allegations it had attempted to...

  • JOHANNESBURG/ LONDON, Dec 15- Anheuser-Busch InBev will sell its stake in South Africa's Distell Group to state-owned pension fund Public Investment Corp, it said on Thursday, as agreed during its takeover of SABMiller. South Africa's Competition Commission made the disposal a condition of the $100 billion takeover. Distell's other large shareholders,...

  • Alaska Air, Virgin America merger done deal

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on Alaska Air's goal to compete with other major airlines.

  • Two of Australia's largest pension funds, AustralianSuper and Cbus, intend to manage in-house at least 20 percent of their combined A $140 billion in assets within the next decade. To do that they are wagering on their market power as Australia's current A $2.1 trillion pool of retirement savings is set to reach an astronomical A $10 trillion by 2035, according...

  • Sen. Moran: Competitiveness is about keeping jobs in US

    Sen. Jerry Moran, (R-Kan.), talks about boosting American competitiveness in business. Also Moran weighs in on the goal of tax reform.

  • A girl recites English letters for other students during class at a kindergarten for children of migrant workers, in Beijing.

    Shanghai has pipped Hong Kong in English-language proficiency for the second time, according to a new report.

  • Apple is a victim of its own success

    Cyrus Mewawalla, founder and CEO of CM Research, explains why Apple's third-quarter results were disappointing, citing complications in its Chinese market.

  • Karma returns to the road

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau test drives the newly-introduced Karma Revero automobile.

  • New airline rules designed to spur competition

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the White House and Department of Transportation are rolling out new rules designed to protect travelers against selective posting of airfares and require refunds for delayed baggage.

  • Facts show US economic performance weak: Michael Porter

    We are not taking action on any of the fundamental problems in our country, says Michael Porter, Harvard Business School, explaining why the U.S. needs a national economic strategy. And Porter explains why he gives Hillary Clinton a slight edge on economic policy over Donald Trump.

  • Oh-Hyun Kwon, Vice Chairman and CEO of Samsung Electronics

    Samsung is losing in profits and market share, but Apple does not stand to win the most from the Android-based company's failures.

  • BRUSSELS, Oct 10- EU regulators who are investigating whether Alphabet unit Google is abusing its market power have has not extended their scrutiny to its tax deals with national authorities across Europe, the EU's antitrust chief said on Monday. Margrethe Vestager, who in recent months ordered Apple to pay up to 13 billion euros in back taxes to Ireland and...

  • Google is a minor play when it comes to handset devices: Expert

    James Gautrey, global sector specialist for technology and telecoms at Schroders, discusses Google's ability to compete on hardware.

  • JOHANNESBURG/ LONDON, Sept 28- Six of the world's biggest container shipping companies were raided by South African authorities on Wednesday on suspicion of colluding to inflate rates between Asia and South Africa, the country's Competition Commission said. The six companies raided comprise local subsidiaries of Denmark's Maersk, Swiss-headquartered...

  • Disruptive company wages war on underwear

    Tom Patterson, Tommy John founder & CEO, discusses how his company is fending off competition in traditional men's undershirts.

  • JOHANNESBURG, Sept 28- Six of the world's biggest container shipping companies were raided by South African authorities on Wednesday on suspicion of colluding to inflate rates between Asia and South Africa, the country's Competition Commission said. The six companies comprise local subsidiaries of Denmark's Maersk, Swiss-headquartered Mediterranean...

  • JOHANNESBURG, Sept 28- Six of the world's biggest container shipping companies were raided by South African authorities on Wednesday on suspicion of colluding to inflate rates between Asia and South Africa, the country's Competition Commission said. The six companies raided comprise local subsidiaries of Denmark's Maersk, Swiss-headquartered...

  • JOHANNESBURG, Sept 28- Six of the world's biggest container shipping companies were raided by South African authorities on Wednesday on suspicion of colluding to inflate rates between Asia and South Africa, the country's Competition Commission said. The six companies raided comprise local subsidiaries of Denmark's Maersk, Portugal's Mediterranean...