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  • BWLD CEO: We had calendar shift

    Sally Smith, Buffalo Wild Wings CEO, discusses her company's response to a food poisoning report in Kansas City, and weighs in on the quarterly results and upcoming Super Bowl.

  • Evolving AOL brand & growing mobile ads

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to AOL Chairman and CEO Tim Armstrong, about his relationship with Verizon and the evolving AOL brand.

  • Uber, Lyft pressure taxi companies

    The rise in popularity of on-demand ride services continue to threaten traditional taxi companies.

  • KIEV, Jan 22- The head of Ukraine's competition authority said on Friday that the watchdog had decided to fine Russian gas company Gazprom 85 billion hryvnias for abusing its monopoly on the Ukrainian gas transit market. The decision by the Ukrainian regulator is the latest chapter in a long-standing gas conflict between the two countries, resulting in a sharp...

  • Digitization is essential: Cisco VP

    Chris Dedicoat, executive vice president of worldwide sales for Cisco, says every company needs to become a tech company and digitize to stay competitive.

  • Is the EU targeting US corporations?

    Margrethe Vestager, competition commissioner for the European Commission, disagrees with the argument that the EU is unfairly targeting U.S. multinationals over tax and competition issues.

  • Herb Greenberg's best & the worst CEOs

    Herb Greenberg, Pacific Square Research Partner, shares his list of the best and the worst CEOs from 2015.

  • Uber teams up with Chinese carmaker to fight rivals

    Uber's China business landed a strategic investment from Guangzhou Automobile Group.

  • PARIS, Dec 15- The French competition authority has fined 20 companies and the TLF industry body a total of 670.9 million euros for colluding over annual price hikes in the period from 2004 to 2010, it said in a statement on Tuesday. The companies named by the regulator are Alloin, BMVirolle, Chronopost, Exapaq, Ciblex, Dachser France, DHL Express France, FedEx...

  • Morgan Stanley analysts Joel Crane and Tom Price wrote in a report published on Dec. 11 that major iron ore miners now have an incentive to exercise market power. Iron ore supply is dominated by Brazil's Vale, followed by the giants of Western Australia's vast Pilbara deposits, Rio Tinto, BHP Billiton and Fortescue Metals Group. As these companies have added...

  • 'China has been one of Yum's weakest links'

    Christine Short, VP of Estimize, discusses the key issues for Yum Brands' shareholders meeting, such as 2016 profit guidance and the China business spin-off.

  • TORONTO, Dec 8- Canadian exchange operator Aequitas Innovations alleged on Tuesday that rival TMX Group was abusing its market dominance to overcharge for data, and said it has filed a complaint with the Canadian competition watchdog seeking an investigation. "We charge competitively for market data, commensurate with the value of the products and services...

  • BRUSSELS, Dec 8- European Union antitrust regulators charged Qualcomm on Tuesday with abusing its market power to thwart rivals, putting the world's number one mobile chipset maker at risk of a hefty fine. Qualcomm, which competes with rival MediaTek Inc, said the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission had also opened an investigation into its patent licensing deals.

  • Uber has some serious global competition

    Didi Kuaidi, GrabTaxi, Lyft and Ola team up to leverage each other's resources.

  • Merck CEO: Continuing study on cholesterol drug

    Ken Frazier, Merck Chairman and CEO, discusses the prospects for its cholesterol drug.

  • Merck CEO: Hope gov't views Pfizer-Allergan as watershed

    Ken Frazier, Merck Chairman and CEO, discusses tax inversions among American businesses, and competition in the pharmaceutical space.

  • India's Ola fends off Uber

    Indian Uber rival Ola is working to fight off competition from its US opponent.

  • New 'rules of the road' on trade: Michael Froman

    Michael Froman, U.S. trade representative, explains why he thinks the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal (TPP) creates a level playing field for American companies doing business overseas.

  • MCD CEO:  Attracting better talent

    Steve Easterbrook, McDonald's CEO, shares his thoughts on the minimum wage issue, increasing environmental awareness, and transforming delivery services.

  • MCD CEO: Balance in the menu

    We have improved our menu significantly, says Steve Easterbrook, McDonald's CEO, talking about innovations in the restaurant's food choices, including all-day breakfast.