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  • Netflix tops Street but guidance disappoints.

    Barton Crockett, FBR Capital Markets breaks down Netflix's quarterly results as the company forecasts slowing subscriber growth in the U.S.

  • *Google 2015 revenues from ads on Android phones $11 bln- analyst. AMSTERDAM/ FRANKFURT, April 18- The European competition commission is gearing up to charge Google with giving unfair prominence to its own apps like search and maps in supplementary software licensing deals it strikes with mobile phone makers running its Android operating system, four sources...

  • LONDON, April 6- London's role as the world's main currency trading hub would be threatened by a British exit from the European Union, with Frankfurt, Paris, New York and Dublin the main beneficiaries, a survey of 12,000 market professionals showed on Wednesday. The poll of worldwide members of the ACI Financial Market Association put Frankfurt as the centre most...

  • JOHANNESBURG, April 4- South Africa's competition watchdog said it will request an extension to Tuesday's deadline to complete an investigation of Anheuser-Busch InBev's planned $106 billion takeover of SABMiller. "This transaction raises certain concerns which should be considered and addressed," said Competition Commission spokesman Itumeleng...

  • McDonald's 'new sheriff' give shares a boost

    Bob Derrington, Telsey Advisory Group, discusses how innovation is prompting a surge in shares of McDonald's with CEO Steve Easterbrook at the helm and fast food wars breaks out among the fast casual food group.

  • Pro targets Google's 'moonshot' at $1070

    Neil Doshi, Mizuho Securities, weighs in on potential leadership struggles in Alphabet's other units like Nest, and shares his thoughts on Google's long-term plays. Also Doshi weighs in on Yahoo's future.

  • Beer brewers' big battle

    Vivien Azer, Cowen & Company senior analyst, discusses the craft beer boom and its impact on big brewers.

  • Uber CEO: Some places are better at embracing change

    Travis Kalanick, Uber's CEO, talks about the difficulties of operating in some emerging markets and the amount of competition in China.

  • Aeropostale explores strategic alternatives

    The teen apparel retailer says they will be exploring strategic alternatives to better appeal to the rapidly changing tastes of consumers.

  • Boxing out warehouse deals

    Chieh Huang, Boxed CEO and co-founder, shares his plan to use mobile commerce to help consumers score warehouse deals without having to navigate a maze of aisles or transport large-scale goods. And Alan Patricof, Greycroft founder, provides insight.

  • CMA proposes to reform the energy market

    Ellen Fraser, partner for energy retail and utilities at Baringa Partners, discusses the U.K. competition watchdog's proposed reforms.

  • Camaro redesigns muscle car

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports Chevy wants to reestablish the Camaro as the country's leading muscle car.

  • PayPal CFO: We grew over 200% last year

    John Rainey, PayPal CFO, shares his outlook on PayPal's growth and what the company is doing to combat growing competition in the mobile payment space.

  • Ofcom announces decision on BT's Openreach

    Guy Peddy, head of European telecom research at Macquarie Group, discusses Ofcom's call for BT to reform its Openreach network.

  • We're bullish on telecoms: UBS strategist

    Nick Nelson, head of European equity strategy at UBS, discusses the telecoms sector and Ofcom's decision on BT's Openreach network.

  • Challenges for telecoms in Asia

    Sigve Brekke, CEO of Telenor, says macro economic conditions in Asia are not affecting the company, but competition is increasing

  • Uber losing $1B a year in China

    The ride-hailing service sees heightened competition from local rival Didi Kuaidi.

  • Strong dollar impacts WMT Q4 revenues

    When it's all said and done this stock will work when the top line is stable, says Paul Trussell, Deutsche Bank, breaking down Wal-Mart's quarterly results.

  • Wal-Mart posts mixed quarter, raises dividend

    Joseph Feldman, Telsey Advisory Group, breaks down Wal-Mart's quarterly numbers which beat on earning but came in light on expected revenues.

  • Street eyes WMT Q4 results

    Budd Bugatch, Raymond James, discusses his expectations when retail giant Wal-Mart reports earnings this morning, including customer traffic and the impact of deflation on food.