The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a look at three Chinese tech companies that have global ambitions.» Read More
How American companies can stay competitive in the global market, with Paul Grangaard, Allen Edmonds; Doug Williams, W. Diamond Group; and Amy Bradley, Toydozer inventor and CEO.
Paul Grangaard of Allen Edmonds, Doug Williams with W. Diamond Group and Toydozer inventor and CEO Amy Bradley discuss secrets of American success.
The Fast Money traders have the play on Disney, Tesla, and Best Buy. And Tavis McCourt defends his Apple upgrade and $600 price target.
Erskine Bowles, Debt Commission co-chairman, shares his thoughts on how a bipartisan approach to tax reform will help create jobs.
Erskine Bowles, Debt Commission co-chairman, discusses overhauling the current tax code to help create jobs and make the nation more competitive.
CNBC's Scott Cohn is working on this year's "Top States for Business," and New Jersey's Chris Christie has a plan to get New Jersey on top.
Kevin Reddy, Noodles & Company chairman and CEO, discusses his company public appearance on the Nasdaq this morning and shares his thoughts on fast casual dining trends.
"There is a communication issue with BlackBerry," said Roger Cheng, CNET executive editor, noting he thinks the company "is in trouble right now," after missing first quarter numbers and warning of future losses.
Dan Ernst, Hudson Square Research, runs through the smartphone maker's key numbers and discusses whether the BlackBerry's Z10 is living up to Wall Street's expectations.
Adam Belanich, David Belanich and Noah Belanich, Joyride Coffee co-founders, discuss their plan to deliver high-quality specialty coffees straight to businesses all over New York City.
Microsoft is set to unveil a new app that will work across all the tech giant's devices, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
SAP co-CEO Bill McDermott discusses the current market environment, and competition with Oracle. "Big companies are sitting on a lot of cash, and they shouldn't be," he says.
Frank Calderoni, Cisco CFO, weighs in on how the tech giant is maintaining its competitive edge, Fed policy, and corporate tax reform.
Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Manhattan Institute senior fellow, parses the data and says the comparison is bogus.
Nitin Nohria, Harvard Business School dean, discusses how the nation is likely to build the next generation of workers.
A panel of experts and Larry Kudlow discuss the Supreme Court's refusal to declare "pay to delay" deals between pharmaceutical companies and generic drugmakers illegal.
Activist investors claim to know better for the company than the CEO and its board. Sanjay Sanghoee, Former M&A banker, and Ken Squire, 13D Monitor founder, discuss the benefits activist shareholders bring to companies they target.
Barclays says developing countries now lead the entrepreneurial wealth creation, with CNBC's Robert Frank, and the "Street Signs" panel.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau talks with Louis Chenevert, United Technologies CEO, about the growing demand for the A350 engine, and provides an outlook on jet fuel prices and the global economy.
Carter Copeland, Barclays Capital analyst, discusses the competition between Boeing's 787 and Airbus' A350 aircraft.