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." » Read More
Uber ups its security force to better protect data, riders, and employees.
Amazon C-E-O Jeff Bezos responds to a blistering expose in the New York Times.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains how CFO Ruth Porat has already made her mark on the company
Alli Webb and Michael Landau , Drybar founders, discuss their expanding business model and on-demand services at "dry bar."
Discussing the business impact of raising the minimum wage, with Michael Saltsman, Employment Policies Institute Research director, and Carmel Martin, Center for American Progress executive VP.
Insight to the impact to health coverage and the business community after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled same-sex couples can get married in all 50 states, with Todd Solomon, McDermott Will & Emery.
Reports say Coty won the bid to acquire Procter & Gamble's beauty assets. Stephen Powers, UBS analyst, discusses the deal and gives a business outlook for Coty.
Wingstop CEO Charles Morrison, gives a business outlook as Wingstop soars after its IPO.
Brian Wieser, Pivotal Research Group, explains what investors fail to understand about Twitter and how to invest in the stock.
Gary Burnison, Korn Ferry CEO, discusses the results of a latest survey which found as many as 67% of executives have postponed or cancelled vacation plans in the past year due to demands at work.
Patrick Burke, HSBC USA CEO, shares his thoughts on opening up trade in the U.S., and its link to job creation.
More than 200 employees of Zappos quit after CEO Tony Hsieh implemented a no boss style. Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, and Matt Britton, MRY CEO, provide perspective.
Discussing the laws and ethics around compassionate use drugs, with Art Caplan, NYU School of Medicine; Dr. Amrit Ray, Janssen Pharmaceutical chief medical officer; and CNBC's Meg Tirrell.
Lumber Liquidators announced it will stop selling Chinese laminate flooring effective immediately. Here's LL's plan, with CNBC's Scott Cohn.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports the SEC's proposal for executive pay.
Kara Swisher, Re/code co-executive editor, provides perspective on Google's antitrust standoff with the EU, and the changes coming to the company's search service.
Protests over minimum wage continue to spread across the U.S. Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price is cutting his own salary to pay all employees a minimum of at least $70,000 by 2017.
Docker is up from a $400 million valuation and announced $95 million in new funding. Ben Golub, Docker CEO, gives insight to his business strategy.
According to the FPA/CNBC Business Owner Succession Planning Survey, very few small businesses have succession plans, reports CNBC's Kate Rogers.
The nation's biggest retailers are under fire over their staffing practices. CNBC's Courtney Reagan has the story. Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises CEO, provides perspective.