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Former GM Vice Chairman Bob Lutz tells CNBC he would not know where to start if he were the next CEO of Volkswagen.
Reports say the sports media leader will lay off up to 300 people and vastly change its flagship "SportsCenter" show.
Charlie Warzel, BuzzFeed, discusses how Netflix is using big data to determine when a viewer becomes hooked on a show.
This is really, really bad, says Bob Lutz, former GM vice chairman, discussing the impact of Volkswagen's cheating software on the automaker. Lutz also shares his thought on the difference between GM's ignition recall scandal versus VW's diesel deception.
The fallout from the Volkswagen emissions storm could have a sporting, as well as corporate, impact.
Lawrence Ulrich, theDrive auto critic, discusses the scale of deception associated with Volkswagen's emission scandal and repairing customer trust.
CNBC's Nancy Hulgrave reports Volkswagen will likely announce new leadership in the wake of its emissions scandal.
Ian Fogg, senior analyst and head of mobile at IHS, says 2016 will be a real challenge for Apple, especially on how they will sustain the iPhone model’s success.
Volkswagen announced its next CEO Friday to replace Martin Winterkorn who stepped down in the wake of a growing emissions scandal.
Apple's iPhone 6s goes on sale today but investors will be looking to see if the flagship product still has legs.
Robert Horrocks, CIO & portfolio manager at Matthews Asia, says stock markets in China and Hong Kong still look attractive compared to other markets in the region.
For a year, VW officials insisted to U.S. regulators that tests on its diesel cars showing a spike in pollution levels on the road were in error.
"Fast Money" traders discussed how to play Nike and other sports apparel makers after the company's big earnings beat.
The world of athletic wear might be big enough fro Nike and Under Armour, but that doesn't mean one isn't growing faster than the other, according to Canaccord Genuity's Camilo Lyon.
CNBC's Dom Chu reports on Nike's better-than-expected first-quarter results.
Nike said its global futures growth came in at 17 percent, easily topping expectations of about 10 percent.
Oculus unveiled lower-cost hardware and a slew of media partnerships that aim to bring virtual reality to the mainstream.
"You now have a passionate constituency that feels betrayed," said Mike Jackson, CEO of Florida-based AutoNation.
More than two years after researchers reported abnormalities in Volkswagen emissions, the automaker is engulfed in a scandal.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the comments by Auto Bild and BMW on BMW's emissions data.