Business Strategy Business Competition

  • Financials in Focus: CFOs - Part 1

    William Gerber, TD Ameritrade CFO; Tom Naratil, UBS CFO and Timothy Sloan, Wells Fargo CFO, share their perspective on the impact of regulations on global banking competition.

  • Ryanair Posts Record Profits

    Michael O'Leary, Ryanair CEO, explains how his "pay-as-you-go" business model improved the company's profits, and weighs in on the growing competition between low-fare airlines.

  • Xiaomi: Apple's New China Threat

    A cheaper Chinese smartphone maker is gaining a cult-like following in China, reports CNBC's Eunice Yoon.

  • So, How's Facebook Doing?

    I don't think the company has reached its full value, says Dan Rosenweig, Chegg CEO, commenting on how the social media company has fared since going public.

  • JC Penney Misses on Top and Bottom Line

    Paul Swinand, Morningstar analyst, breaks down the retailer's first quarter results and suggests possible turnaround strategies for the company.

  • Best Buy's Former Rival on Going E-Commerce

    James Marcum, former president & CEO of Circuit City, discusses the changing landscape of big box retail.

  • Krispy Kreme No Longer Glazed and Confused

    Krispy Kreme's balance sheet is beginning to look tasty again, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. (4:04)

  • North Carolina Bill Would Ban Tesla Sales

    Diarmuid O'Connell, Tesla vice president; and Robert Glaser, North Carolina Automobile Dealers Association president, debate whether the automaker should be able to sell directly to consumers.

  • Google Sets Sights on Streaming & Maps

    CNBC's Jon Fortt, and Drew Olanoff, TechCrunch, provide a preview of new products Google is likely to unveil at its developer conference today, as the stock passes the $900 mark.

  • Apple Bear Takes Swipe at Stock

    David Trainer, New Constructs CEO defends his call of $240 a share for the big tech company.

  • Google 'Maps' New Future in Web Services

    Sascha Segan, PCMag.com, provides a preview of a parade of new products and services the tech giant is expected to show today at the company's annual software developers conference.

  • Google to Launch Streaming Music Service

    Although the tech giant won't comment, it's been in talk with music labels and is expected to compete with Spotify, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.

  • Third Point's Dan Loeb Wants Sony Break Up

    Daisuke Wakabayashi, The Wall Street Journal, discusses the likelihood of a Sony spin-off and what the reconfigured company might look like.

  • Priceline CEO: 'First Priority' to Build Business

    Jeffery Boyd, Priceline.com president and CEO, defends his company's business model to grow and improve the performance of its brand.

  • Priceline.com Reports Blowout Q1 But Forecast Misses

    The online travel site reported profits of $5.76 a share on revenues of $1.30 billion. Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets analyst, breaks down the numbers and provides an outlook on the company's growth.

  • Will Online Tax Level Playing Field?

    Joe Feldman, Telsey Advisory Group analyst, discusses the impact of a tax on brick & mortar stores versus online retailers.

  • Internet Sales Tax Faces Challenges in House

    A bill which requires retailers to tax online customers is headed to the House, but it faces opposition. Rep. Derek Kilmer, Congressman, (D-WA); and Rep. Steve Daines, (R-MT), discuss the pros and cons of the legislation.

  • Financial Times CEO on Newspapers' Future

    Discussing the business model of the Financial Times, and how mobile has impacted the newspaper industry, with Financial Times Group's CEO John Ridding.

  • Hung Up on Smartphones?

    A commercial for Microsoft's Windows phone mocks the smartphone war between Apple and Samsung. Jonathan Geller, BGR and Sascha Sagan, PC Magazine Mobile, discuss whether this will work for Microsoft sales, whether tablets might be obsolete in 5 years, and Google's next big product.

  • JC Penney Secures $1.75 Billion Loan From Goldman

    Liz Dunn, Macquarie Capital analyst, weighs in on whether the additional capital will be enough for the retailer to implement its turnaround plan.