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  • Honda launching three new green cars under 'Clarity'

    The Japanese automaker will release three more eco-friendly sedans by the end of 2017.

  • EU referendum could be ‘game-changer' for all: CEO

    IBEC CEO, Danny McCoy weighs in on the upcoming EU referendum, while commenting on Ireland’s own political environment.

  • Must ensure Ireland’s recovery stays on track: CEO

    IBEC CEO, Danny McCoy talks about Ireland’s lack of a government, and how the country needs to move to an investment phase.

  • Very optimistic on Actelion’s future: CEO

    Actelion CEO Jean-Paul Clozel discusses its latest drug developments and why 2016’s first quarter was “key” for the company.

  • Altimeter CEO on United: Collaboration led to terrific outcome

    United has resolved the proxy contest with PAR and Altimeter. Altimeter Capital Management founder and CEO Brad Gerstner, provides insight to the significant changes on United's board.

  • McDonald's bringing back the brats

    The fast food chain will sell Johnsonville Brats to 125 locations in Milwaukee.

  • United adds board members to settle dispute

    United Continental appoints two new board members to settle a fight with activist investors.

  • Why is Intel laying off 12,000 people? CEO speaks out

    Intel announced plans to cut up to 12,000 jobs amid weaker demand for PCs. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, discusses the difficult decision of cutting jobs, and the strategy behind the company's growth plans.

  • Intel CEO on Stacy Smith's new role

    Intel is announcing it is moving Chief Finance Officer Stacy Smith to a new role overseeing sales, manufacturing and operations. Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, explains the strategy behind the move.

  • Carl's Jr., Hardee's debuts Pretzel Breakfast Sandwich

    CKE Restaurants, which owns both brands, partners with Auntie Anne's for its new offering.

  • The humane economy

    Wayne Pacelle, The Humane Society CEO, discusses how businesses are looking to build a more humane economy and adjusting their practices in the name of animal protection.

  • Nike ditches Johnny Manziel

    The company drops its endorsement deal with the former Cleveland Browns quarterback.

  • Facebook may let users make money from posts

    The social media giant is looking at ways for users to profit from their Facebook posts.

  • Mitsubishi admits to manipulating fuel-economy tests

    Mitsubishi Motors says employees conducted improper testing to present better fuel consumption rates.

  • Lexmark gets bought for $2.54B

    Lexmark International agrees to be acquired by a Chinese group led by Apex Technology.

  • No reason you can't YouTube quarterly review: TD CEO

    TD Ameritrade CEO Fredric Tomczyk, provides insight to company earnings, and strategies regarding robo-advisors, or automated management advice.

  • Mining riches on the moon

    Naveen Jain, Moon Express founder, and CNBC's Melissa Lee, talk about mining the Moon for resources, and Jain addresses questions about the insider trading he was linked to, saying the SEC deemed the case untrue and thus dropped it. Billion Dollar Buyer host Tilman Fertitta of Fertitta Entertainment, weighs in.

  • The best candidate for American business

    Which candidate is best for business? Ravin Gandhi, GMM Nonstick Coatings co-founder and CEO; Joe Dutra, Kimmie Candy Company President and CEO; and Billion Dollar Buyer host Tilman Fertitta of Fertitta Entertainment and Landry's Chairman and CEO, share their views.

  • Theranos is 'Silicon Valley's embarrassment': Calacanis

    Angel investor Jason Calacanis says "this is the worst crisis PR" by Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes. Calacanis says "there is going to be a $9 billion crater" left by Theranos.

  • Apple launches new MacBook

    The tech giant says its newest laptop computer has a faster processor and longer battery life.