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  • Starbucks to enter mobile payment business: CEO

    CNBC's Jim Cramer talks with Howard Schultz, founder, chairman, president and CEO of Starbucks, about how his company plans to remain relevant as consumers become more tech savvy.

  • EU held hostage by Russia's nat gas: Hamm

    Harold Hamm, Continental Resources chairman & CEO, discusses Europe's energy dependence on Russia's natural gas supplies and the call for Congress to ease restrictions on U.S. exports.

  • Self-made billionaire's quest for value

    I'm doing more building than buying these days, says Lynn Tilton, Patriarch Partners CEO sharing insight on where she is building value across companies. Also Tilton weighs in on the growing cost of health care and the problem with the "permanently unemployed."

  • Russia 'hard place' for PE: Blackstone CEO

    Steve Schwarzman, Blackstone Group CEO, shares his thoughts on investing in Russia. We've looked but we haven't found anything at this point, says Schwarzman.

  • Housings big pop is out: Blackstone CEO

    Steve Schwarzman, Blackstone Group CEO, shares his thoughts on the housing sector and explains why he is cashing in on profits now. For us an exposure in the $7-$8 billion range is big enough.

  • Diagnosing the Affordable Care Act: CEO

    We expected to see some lumps and bumps in the rollout, says George Barrett, Cardinal Health CEO, and Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, discussing how Obamacare is prompting change within the health care industry.

  • No indication Ukraine crisis will impact Yota: CEO

    Vlad Martynov, CEO of Russian smartphone maker Yota Devices, says there is "no indication" that the Ukraine crisis will hamper the business.

  • Coffee demand constant, supply dropping

    "Dangerous Grounds" host Todd Carmichael provides insight into why coffee prices are rising.

  • Legislation curbs ridesharing innovation

    Sunil Paul, SideCar CEO discusses how new ridesharing legislation affects his startup that uses smartphone technology to match drivers with people who need a ride, for a fee.

  • Riding the economic rails: BNSF CEO

    Carl Ice, CEO of BNSF Railway, shares his thoughts on the renaissance in the railroad industry as commodity shipping picks up steam after this winter's harsh weather. We handled half the growth that the industry had, says Ice.

  • Here's what keeps CEOs up at night

    John Veihmeyer, KPMG Chairman & CEO, discusses the challenges ahead as businesses grapple with new regulations.

  • Xerox's mission for the future: CEO

    Ursula Burns, Chairman and CEO of Xerox, discusses the company's evolving business model. We have switched from a technology company to a services company, explains Burns.

  • Domino's CEO: March Madness pizza time

    Patrick Doyle, Domino's Pizza president and CEO, discusses increased sales during the 3-week March Madness period. Cardiff Garcia, FT Alphaville and independent tech reporter Natali Morris weigh in on the influence of technology and social media.

  • DISH CEO on cable wars

    Joseph Clayton, Dish Network president & CEO, discusses his deal with Disney and what potential merges could happen in the television industry.

  • China making fundamental shift: CEO

    Wilbur Ross, WL Ross & Company chairman & CEO discusses shipping rates and his decision to pull the Diamond S IPO. Ross also weighs in on China.

  • Bitcoin or banks safer for wire transfers?

    Discussing the security for bitcoin, and its exchanges, with Jaron Lukasiewicz, Coinsetter founder & CEO.

  • Interviews with investors, consultants, and current and former employees show that Pimco will be dealing with the fallout of its former CEO leaving.

  • Big U.S. companies appear to have handed out smaller increases in compensation to their CEOs in 2013.

  • Ireland's growing business environment

    Discussing the growing business environment in Ireland since its exit from the European Union bailout, with Barry O'Leary, IDA Ireland CEO.

  • A sign on the exterior of Twitter headquarters on Feb. 5, 2014, in San Francisco.

    Twitter CEO Dick Costolo will meet Shanghai government officials, academics and students in his first visit to China.