The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a look at three Chinese tech companies that have global ambitions.» Read More
Julie Palmer, regional managing partner at Begbies Traynor, explains how suppliers are being affected by the U.K. supermarket price war.
Brian Goldner, Hasbro CEO, discusses what's driving the toymaker's profits, including its movie partnerships and the comeback in legacy products such as Play-Doh and Nerf.
Stephanie Wissink, Piper Jaffray, weighs in on Mattel's earnings beat and its competition with Hasbro. Also Wissink provides insight to the toy industry.
Wal-Mart is taking direct aim at Amazon's Prime Day. The "Fast Money" traders say this makes Wal-Mart relevant in the online world.
Wal-Mart is launching rival discounts on the same day Amazon is celebrating Prime Day. Dan Greenhaus and Catherine Rampell, The Washington Post, discuss.
Economic profit is still flat, says Ivan Feinseth, Tigress Financial Partners chief investment officer, sharing his thoughts on PepsiCo's quarterly results and why he thinks the snack business should be separated from beverages.
Hugo Barra, Xiaomi Global Vice President, discusses global expansion, competition, and Xiaomi's business strategy.
Jason Ackerman, FreshDirect CEO, talks about growing competition in online groceries.
J.Clifford Hudson, Sonic Corp. chairman & CEO, breaks down his company's quarterly results and weighs in on competing in the fast casual dining space.
New York City is "something else", says Rohini Dey, Vermilion Restaurant owner, discusses the cutthroat restaurant business in the Big Apple.
360fly CEO Peter Adderton, says he wants his company to be the innovators in the camera space, and discusses competition with GoPro.
Stephen Furlong, senior transport analyst for Davy Research, discusses Ryanair's response to the ruling by the U.K. competition watchdog.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports startup Silvercar is taking on Hertz and Avis in a bid to nab market share in the competitive car rental business.
Aimone Ripa Di Meana, CEO of Crossborder at Lazada Group, says the company's background as a retail company helps the online shopping website to monitor counterfeit goods.
BMW is revamping its 7 Series in a competitive market, with Tesla, Porsche, Mercedes and Audi. Ian Robertson, BMW Group board member, discusses the revamp and gesture control features.
At its 5 factories in the U.S., New Balance makes over 4 million pairs of sneakers a year.
Sam Poser, Sterne Agee, breaks down Lululemon's quarterly numbers. It looks like the woes of 2013 are fading, says Poser, who upgraded the stock.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the FDA meets today and tomorrow to discuss and vote on recommendation for approval of new cholesterol drugs, Praluent and Repatha.
Michael Robinson, chief technology strategist at MoneyMorning.com, discusses whether Apple's new subscription music service can co-exist with iTunes.
Kerry Trainor, Vimeo CEO, discusses the company's new paid subscription plan that allows video creators to put content online.