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  • Jack Ma of Alibaba Group during the IPO at the New York Stock Exchange, September 19, 2014.

    Ronald Josey, JMP Securities, shares his thoughts on Alibaba's "successful" first day of trading and why he sees a lot of "runway for growth" in Facebook.

  • US Steel's Canada arm restructuring

    Shares of U.S. Steel are surging after the company announced its Canadian unit will go into creditor protection. CNBC's Sara Eisen has the details.

  • Another 'solid' quarter for FedEx: Pro

    Donald Broughton, Avondale Partners, breaks down the shipping company's fiscal first quarter results which beat on both the top and bottom line.

  • Sport wars: Nike vs. Under Armour

    Sam Poser, Sterne Agee, shares his thoughts on the rivalry between Nike and Under Armour as the two companies battle it out for top athlete endorsers.

  • Alibaba 'frothy' ahead of IPO

    Ethan Kurzweil, Bessemer Venture Partners, explains why the long-term impact of Alibaba's initial debut is likely to be minimal.

  • Rebranding Kellogg's image: CEO

    Kellogg Chairman, president & CEO John Bryant, discusses how Kellogg plans to bring consumers back to the breakfast table.

  • Google has questions to answer: EU Commissioner

    EU competition commissioner Joaquín Almunia says Google has a "list of questions" to answer in regard to the bloc's competition rules.

  • Future of headphones & wireless audio

    Kevin Lee, Sol Republic CEO, discusses the next wave in music services and the launch of their new campaign with Olympian Michael Phelps called "Music Made Me Do It."

  • Mature women personal finance retirement

    Michael Porter, Harvard Business School professor, reveals the results of a recent study on U.S. competitiveness. What's not going well is America as a place to invest and create jobs, says Porter.

  • Diabetes monitoring goes mobile

    Discussing the new ways to monitor glucose for people with diabetes, and competition in the space, with Terry Gregg, DexCom CEO. Gregg says his business is in conversations with Apple and Samsung in regards to partnering on wearables.

  • How to learn entrepreneurship

    Discussing what entrepreneurship is really about, with Stewart Thornhill, University of Michigan, and Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments Chairman.

  • Global competitiveness: Switzerland at the top

    Switzerland placed first in The World Economic Forum's flagship "Global Competitiveness Report." Jennifer Blanke, WEF chief economist and senior director, provides insight to what's working really well in Switzerland.

  • Amazon.com logos are displayed on computer screens in Washington.

    Kevin Roose, New York Magazine business writer, provides insight to what kind of competition in mobile and books could "kill" Amazon.

  • Amazon sweetens Prime

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports Amazon Studios is set to launch its third wave of original pilots, and will spend more than $100 million on original content this quarter. Jon Fortt provides insight.

  • Bastianich on BK deal

    Joe Bastianich of CNBC's "Restaurant Startup," discusses tonight's season finale and shares his thoughts on Burger King's buy of Tim Hortons.

  • Amazon's itch for Twitch

    Ethan Kurzweil, Bessemer Venture Partners, provides insight on Amazon's $970 million acquisition of video game streaming company Twitch.

  • It's not easy being Red Robin

    Gregg Greenberg, TheStreet.com, and John Herrmann, Mitsubishi UFJ Securities, discuss competition in the restaurant space and if bad earnings at Red Robin indicate larger problems at work in the U.S. economy.

  • Culture of Export-Import bank

    Fred Hochberg, Export-Import Bank of the United States chairman and president, discusses corruption allegations as the reauthorization of the institutions charter remains in questions.

  • Ridesharing rivalry: Uber vs. Lyft

    Mike Isaac, The New York Times tech correspondent, weighs in on the battle between ridesharing adversaries Uber and Lyft.

  • Cashing in on Vimeo

    Vimeo announced three major YouTube stars with millions of subscribers and viewers are moving to Vimeo. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the details.