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  • Hain Celestial CEO: Wal-mart is a great customer

    Hain cannot change the way consumers eat, buy and sell. There's not enough supply out there for us to do it alone, says Irwin Simon, Hain Celestial CEO, discussing Wal-Mart's expansion into the organic food market.

  • Alkermes is a true drug innovator: CEO

    Richard Pops, chairman & CEO of Alkermes, discusses Alkermes' new injectable drug for the treatment of schizophrenia. We have more psychiatry products in our pipeline, reveals Pops.

  • Panera 2.0 puts tech on the menu

    Ron Shaich, Panera Bread chairman and CEO, shares his company's plan to boost sales by embracing technology.

  • Amazon's stream dream

    Victor Anthony, Topeka Capital Markets, discusses Amazon's efforts to expand its business model to include a device that will complete with Netflix and YouTube for content.

  • TV wars: Battle for the box

    Amazon will lay out plans on the future of its video business and will likely announce the launch of a television streaming box to compete with Apple and Roku, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.

  • JC Penney 'uninvestable': Pro

    Dissecting JC Penney's business, and who's stealing market share from the retailer, with Rick Snyder, Maxim Group senior retail analysts.

  • Sonic CEO: Breakfast margins getting 'squeezed'

    J. Clifford Hudson, chairman & CEO, Sonic Corporation, weighs in on Taco Bell's entrance into the breakfast business and competition in the breakfast space.

  • Moonves 'confident' on Aereo decision

    Leslie Moonves, President & CEO of CBS, shares his thoughts on the pending Supreme Court decision on Aereo. It's nothing i lose sleep over. We're going to win either way, says Moonves.

  • Moonves confident CBS Outdoor REIT is imminent

    Leslie Moonves, President & CEO of CBS, and Jeremy Male, CEO of CBS Outdoor Americas, discuss why CBS decided to separate from CBS Outdoor, and the likely outcome of the company becoming a REIT.

  • 'The Profit' host: Always about control

    "The Profit" host Marcus Lemonis provides a preview of tonight's new episode. He discusses management facing debt.

  • Next 25 years in commercial real estate

    David Henry, KIMCO Realty President & CEO, provides insight into the threat of e-commerce to brick and mortar sales. He thinks Amazon may one day rent showrooms to showcase its products.

  • Brewing profits with high-end beer: CEO

    Simon Thorpe, Brewery Ommegang CEO, discusses his company's collaboration with HBO's "Game of Thrones," and shares his thoughts about how social media is impacting the craft brew business.

  • Home Depot's fight for sales

    Keoni Queypo, Honolulu Store Manager at Home Depot, and Mike Cunningham, Marina Del Ray Store Manager at Home Depot, discuss employment opportunities available at Home Depot and the competitive business of attracting consumers into their stores.

  • Apple pushes iTunes exclusivity

    Brian White, Cantor Fitzgerald, provides perspective on Apple's aggressive move into the music business. This adds to the attractiveness of what Apple is doing, says While.

  • Hult Prize finalists

    The Hult Prize is a start-up accelerator for budding social entrepreneurs. Hult Prize founder and CEO Ahmad Ashkar, discusses the program to help solve some of the world's toughest challenges.

  • Goldman Sachs warns about 'super high' earnings expectations

    CNBC's Seema Mody reports Goldman Sachs is warning clients of potential underperforming stocks. The "Closing Bell" crew provides perspective.

  • McDonald's has incremental sales problem: Pro

    Why McDonald's is facing pressure from its competitors, with Peter Saleh, Telsey Advisory Group.

  • Yahoo users must now use Yahoo ID

    Yahoo will require its users to log into Yahoo to use its services, instead of using Facebook or Google IDs, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.

  • Economics of 'House of Cards' popularity

    Is Netflix's "House of Cards" as big a hit as we think? Derek Thompson, The Atlantic senior editor, analyzes the viewer data.

  • Yacktman: Splitting up PepsiCo not right strategy

    Discussing activist investor Nelson Peltz's proposal to split PepsiCo into two companies, with Don Yacktman of Yacktman Asset Management.