Slack is a company that has already amassed over one million daily active users. Stewart Butterfield, Co-founder of Slack joins Closing Bell to discuss his business.» Read More
The Western Union Company, is taking the fight over its money moving empire to social networks as upstart companies look to eat into the company’s core business. Hikmet Ersek, Western Union CEO, discusses.
CNBC contributor Steve Odland, Committee for economic development CEO, joins Power Lunch to discuss issues at Valeant Pharma and what the team at Valeant need to do to reassure investors.
The FMHR traders look at the biggest events to keep an eye on in a busy week in the market.
Bridgestone is buying car parts retailer Pep Boys for $835 million in cash to expand retail locations.
Comcast's board approved a proposal to reclassify all Class A special common stock into Class A common stock.
Bridgestone buying car parts retailer Pep Boys for $835 million in cash says a lot about the auto parts space.
India will get the Apple Watch on November 6, as part of the wearable device's global roll out.
Jay-Z's Tidal hits 1 million subscribers, but the service faces stiff competition despite star power.
Richard Fain, Royal Caribbean CEO, discusses earnings and returning capital to shareholders. Also, how to attract customers.
Electronic signature technology company DocuSign is now the most corporate venture fund-backed company of the unicorns. CEO Keith Krach, discusses growth from consumers, and protecting documents.
Marvin Barth, head of FX research in Europe at Barclays, discusses global financial markets’ reactions toward the PBoC and other central banks.
Andrew Bartels, vice president & principal analyst at Forrester Research, discusses Amazon and Alphabet’s latest earnings reports.
Vice CEO Shane Smith talks about starting a cable network, the company's projected revenue growth and whether to sell or go public.
Heavy marketing expenses hurt American Express' Q3 earnings, not a weak top line, says Robert Napoli, MD at William Blair & Company.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin shares statements made by Twitter's CEO Jack Dorsey. "Fast Money" traders weigh in.
Angie's List CEO Scott Durchslag discusses new strategies for growth at the company, as well as the potential for a merger.
Credit Suisse CEO, Tidjane Thiam explains why there’s still plenty of upside potential in Asia.
AOL-Time Warner wasn’t wrong—it was just ahead of its time. Buckle up: The next wave of media M&A is about to heat up, says tech analyst Dan Niles.
Yahoo's stock is down more than 30 percent this year and 12 key executives are gone. So what is CEO Marissa Mayer's next move? CNBC's Josh Lipton outlines 3 scenarios for turning around the company's core business.
Fastbooking will be the cornerstone of AccorHotels' strategy to develop its own web-direct transactions, says Jean-Luc Chretien, co-CEO of Fastbooking.