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  • MCD CEO:  Want to get confidence back in trading

    Steve Easterbrook, McDonald's CEO, talks about the company's buyback plan, managing the balance sheet and paying out dividends to shareholders. Also Easterbrook explains why he want's McDonald's to be known as a better burger company.

  • MCD CEO:  Considered REIT issue extensively

    Steve Easterbrook, McDonald's CEO, talks about McDonald's customized menu, and REIT rumors.

  • MCD CEO: Aim to win back customer share

    We are running better restaurants, says Steve Easterbrook, McDonald's CEO, discussing his company's turnaround plan and strategy to launch all-day breakfast.

  • COMAC may rival Airbus, Boeing

    The Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China enters the aircraft manufacturing industry, unveiling its first C919 jetliner.

  • Adecco CEO on French labor market

    Alain Dehaze, CEO of Adecco, says France needs to become more competitive, but adds that the country's economy is slowly recovering.

  • What does the stalled Dropbox IPO say about tech?

    Inside.com CEO Jason Calacanis weighs in on the tremors in the IPO and tech market after Dropbox's plans hit a snag.

  • Blaze Pizza

    Jim Mizes, Blaze Pizza president & COO, discusses LeBron James' endorsement and the company's expansion plans abroad.

  • Fizz fight in America's kitchens: SODA CEO

    Daniel Birnbaum, Sodastream CEO, weighs in on the growing rivalry in the do-it-yourself beverage industry and discusses the company's plans to grow its product line by adding sparkling water.

  • Packed schedule at Code/Mobile

    Jawbone CEO Hosain Rahman, does not think his fitness bands are threatened by the Apple Watch. CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports from the Code/Mobile Conference.

  • Russia cries fowl on Google

    Google faces hefty fines in Russia after the country's antimonopoly agency deemed some features of the U.S. search giant's Android mobile operating system anticompetitive.

  • McDonald's rolls out all-day breakfast

    Robert Derrington, Telsey Advisory Group, discusses McDonald's plan to offer breakfast anytime of the day and whether it will help boost U.S. sales amid fierce competition.

  • Tesla's Model X will be a 'segment buster': Analyst

    Jessica Caldwell, senior analyst at Edmunds.com, says factors such as the lack of an all battery-electric SUV indicate positive sales for Tesla's new Model X.

  • 'Law & Order': Changing TV history

    Warren Leight, Law & Order SVU showrunner, discusses how his hit television series has been able to survive the growing competition on cable, broadcast and streaming services.

  • Microsoft Office 2016 'leapfrogging' Google: CMO

    Microsoft CMO Chris Caposella discusses the importance of Microsoft Office's new features as it battles with encroaching competitors.

  • Protecting pharmaceutical competition

    Don't start your trading day without finding out what CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching ahead of the opening bell.

  • Yuri Milner's tech view

    Milner founder and CEO Yuri Milner, discusses innovation at Apple, and whether there is a bubble in the Internet space.

  • Retail's new challenge: CEO

    Gerald Storch, Hudson's Bay Company CEO, shares his thoughts on the changing retail landscape as retailers become increasingly pressured to get consumers to buy their brands.

  • Retailers beware... this new player could steal your market

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on "fast fashion" retailer Primark's plans to compete for consumers in the U.S.

  • New rivalries spark business battles

    Robert Safian, Fast Company, discusses new competition creeping up between industries and sectors. Also Safian weighs in on Amazon's workplace.

  • Tweet wars? We're just having fun: Sprint CEO

    Marcelo Claure, Sprint CEO, talks about sparring tweets between himself and T-Mobile CEO John Legere.