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  • Pandora CFO on mobile growth strategy

    CNBC's Julia Boorsitn talks with Mike Herring, Pandora CFO, about his thoughts on yesterday's flash freeze at the Nasdaq, and his plans to compete with Apple's iTunes Radio.

  • Hard to believe HPQ's turnaround story: Pro

    Jim Suva, Citi analyst, examines Hewlett-Packard's Q3 results and provides perspective on the future of the computer maker, including changes in leadership and strategy.

  • 'Got to run the US like a business': Lemonis

    "The Profit" with Marcus Lemonis airs tonight on CNBC at 10p EP/PT. Lemonis answers how he would fix the American government.

  • Postmaster General: We don't want a bailout

    The postal service lost $16 billion in 2012; and a group of 87 federal judges wrote a letter to Congress complaining about the sequester. GOP strategist Noelle Nikpour, and Blake Zeff of, provide perspective.

  • Sin city hot for startups?

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin provides some analysis on how the "Silicon strip" matches up against other U.S cities. Zappos CEO is betting big on Las Vegas.

  • Made in America

    Mom and pops are making a comeback, as are large corporations. CNBC's Eamon Javers investigates what politicians and corporations are getting out of their on-shoring efforts.

  • Crossbar: Disrupting flash memory

    George Minassian, Crossbar co-founder & CEO, explains how his company is raising the bar on storage and improving mobile computing.

  • Micron stock soars on need for more memory

    The semiconductor's stock is up 100-percent in the last year. Mark Durcan, Micron Technology CEO, explains how the need for more memory has made his company one of the top players in the sector.

  • United States of imports

    Without imports, a lot of American businesses and the American workforce, could be caught "like fish out of water," reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.

  • Google takes a bite out of Apple

    The latest report from research firm IDC says Apple's operating system is losing ground to Google. Ramon Llamas, IDC mobile phones research manager, breaks down the data and competition.

  • The power of Twitter

    CNBC's Josh Lipton reports on the new companies developing around Twitter.

  • New episode of 'The Profit' tonight

    CNBC's new episode tonight of "The Profit" will feature host Marcus Lemonis helping a flower store owner with his struggling business. Lemonis joins "Power Lunch" to discuss.

  • Made in America: Return of mom & pop manufacturing

    After more than 20 years of closing shop due to overseas competition, it appears small factories are making a comeback, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • Two retailers head in opposite directions: KORS & AEO

    Stacey Widlitz, S.W. Retail Advisors president, provides perspective on which retailers are moving in the right direction. "This space is not for the faint of heart, it's very volatile," she says.

  • Misfit's 'Shine' enters biometric gear battle

    John Sculley, Misfit Wearables co-founder, and Sunny Vu, Misfit Wearables CEO, discuss the launch of a new wireless fitness device which helps users track activity.

  • Obama overturns Apple ban

    Christopher Carani, a lawyer with McAndrews Held & Malloy, discusses the Obama administration's overturning a ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission to ban the sale of older iPhones and iPads.

  • Goldman gets sued for anti-competitive behavior

    The big bank is getting hit with a class-action lawsuit over its aluminum storage methods, reports CNBC's Kate Kelly.

  • The all-new, 2014 Indian Chief Vintage soft bagger (starting MSRP: $20,999) in CNBC World Headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, N.J.

    Scott Wine, Polaris Industries CEO, discusses his company's plans to increase distribution of Indian motorcycles and compete with Harley-Davidson.

  • LinkedIn CEO eyes shift to mobile

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin talks with Jeff Weiner, LinkedIn CEO, about his company's earnings beat and weighs in on where he sees the greatest growth opportunities.

  • Is Moto X an Apple threat?

    Guy Kawasaki, Garage Technology Ventures, explains why he is backing Google's new smartphone over Apple's iPhone 5.