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  • Wal-Mart's $3B bet

    CNBC contributor Jan Kniffen and Ken Perkins, Morningstar Equity Analyst, discuss their views on Wal-Mart's $3 billion bet.

  • Jersey Mike's sub success

    Hoyt Jones, Jersey Mike's president, discusses how a single storefront became one of the nation's fastest-growing fast casual dining chains.

  • T-Mobile CEO: I love to see VZ & S fighting

    T-Mobile USA President and CEO John Legere reacts to the former Verizon advertisement actor now with Sprint, and competition in the space.

  • Ariad confident on cancer drug data

    Ariad Pharmaceuticals President and CEO Paris Panayiotopoulos, discusses patient response to cancer treatment Brigatinib.

  • Must Read: Keep America strong

    The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a story in the Washington Post titled "America is still great - but needs to stay strong," and a Financial Times piece titled, "Put tired James Bond out of his misery."

  • Does Android have a monopoly in Europe?

    Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet, says he disagrees with European regulators over competition issues.

  • A man operates a Apple iPhone at a mobile phone store in in Mumbai, India.

    Will Power, Robert W. Baird analyst, weighs in on Apple's decline and what's ahead for the tech giant.

  • Vimeo CEO: Better way to earn online revenue

    Vimeo CEO Kerry Trainor, talks about the launch of its paid video service where creators have the opportunity to charge for content. It's a massive opportunity and we're just getting into it, says Trainor.

  • Target's bathroom policy: CEO

    We want to make sure we provide a welcoming environment for all of our guests, says Brian Cornell, Target CEO, talking about complying with transgender bathroom policies while maintaining safety for all customers.

  • Target CEO:  Stores still count

    Brian Cornell, Target CEO, discusses his company's strategy to make shopping convenient for consumers amid a bustling e-commerce environment.

  • Waging war on wages: CEO

    Andrew Puzder, CKE Restaurants CEO, says the math doesn't work when you get to $15 an hour minimum wage.

  • Battleground India: Google v. Apple

    CNBC's Josh Lipton takes a closer look at the brewing battle between the two tech titans for the world's second-largest market.

  • Sonic donates $15M to schools: CEO

    Cliff Hudson, Sonic chairman & CEO talks about launching a new initiative in the name of education and explains why wage hikes will show up on consumers' menus.

  • WPP CEO on competing with Facebook and Google

    Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, discusses the competition between advertisers and the role of technology in success.

  • iPhone 7 reinvigorates Apple: Analyst

    After Apple reported its first revenue decline in 13 years, how should investors look at Tim Cook's optimism on emerging market sales, with Timothy Arcuri, Cowen & Co. technology analyst, and Channing Smith, Capital Advisors co-portfolio manager.

  • Tim Cook sounds upbeat, confident

    Apple CEO Tim Cook is looking ahead to strength in emerging markets for the iPhone SE, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton.

  • Nike co-founder: I despise my competition

    Nike co-founder and Chairman Phil Knight discusses competition with other companies.

  • Apple on deck after the bell

    Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray analyst, provides a preview of Apple's second quarter and what he will be looking for when the tech giant reports.

  • We have global ambitions: Norwegian CEO

    Bjorn Kjos, CEO of Norwegian Air Shuttle, talks about the airline industry and says his company is not competing with low-cost Ryanair and EasyJet.

  • How illycaffe brews profits: CEO

    Andrea Illy, illycaffe chairman and CEO, discusses how growth in worldwide coffee consumption is driving profits and increasing competition.