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J. Braxton Carter, T-Mobile CFO, discusses T-Mobile's latest earnings data, business strategy, and product models.
Companies wanting to do business in Cuba should heed this warning from a former federal prosecutor and SEC attorney.
Kunal Bahl, co-founder & CEO of Snapdeal.com, says India's e-commerce sector hasn't reached its "true potential" yet.
Hugo Barra, vice president of international at Xiaomi, introduces the on-demand delivery scheme it is rolling out with Uber and explains why China's economic slowdown hasn't dampened the company's growth.
Twitter CFO Anthony Noto might have been a little too honest during his company's earnings call on Tuesday.
Evan Wilson, Pacific Crest, weighs in on Twitter and gives perspective to his bullish outlook.
Tom Leighton, Akamai Technologies CEO, joins Squawk Alley to discuss his business growth.
Twitter is finally owning the truth. Now, here's what it needs to do to avoid being the next MySpace, says Michael Yoshikami.
Eric Sheridan, UBS managing director, analyzes Amazon's growth strategy
Rami Rahim, Juniper Networks CEO, discusses the impact of cloud, business strategies and Juniper's recent Q2 results.
Marc McCabe, Airbnb business and corporate development, discusses how Airbnb is expanding business travel.
Peter Saleh, managing director of Restaurants Research at BTIG, says disappointing results in the U.S. and China will continue to weigh on the fast food giant's stock.
John Thompson, Microsoft chairman, discusses Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, his business strategy and what to look forward to at the tech giant.
Nigel Travis, Dunkin Brands CEO, shares his take on the minimum wage debate.
Nigel Travis, Dunkin Brands CEO, joins CNBC to discuss Dunkin earnings, sales, and business strategy going forward.
Discussing competition in the space, with Nigel Travis, Dunkin Brands CEO.
Donald Trump's lead in the GOP race reveals a lot, such as the fact that America has HAD IT with politicians, says Carol Roth.
Qualcomm's massive cost cuts aren't surprising, but a split-up of its business will be "value-destructive", says Stacy Rasgon, managing director & senior analyst, U.S. semiconductors at Sanford C. Bernstein.
The US should build on what Starbucks is starting with its youth job-creation effort, says former Medtronic CEO Bill George.
Discussing Yahoo after a mixed earning report and forecasting their business going forward with Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets lead Internet analyst.