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Howard Appelbaum, Nielsen Entertainment President, discusses the media consumer response to the Olympics and how to look at brand impacts of sporting events.
A good cup of coffee is a big part of Italian gastronomy and the Illy family has been at the heart of it for 83 years.
YOOX Net-a-porter CEO, Federico Marchetti talks about the Italian retailer’s recent earnings, with a discussion on the Brexit impact.
Ding Shizhong is passionate about sports shoes. So much so that the self-made billionaire sometimes wears up to three different pairs in a day.
Toyota is under pressure to cut costs and shift towards SUVs that are gaining favor in the U.S., says Kelley Blue Book's senior analyst, Karl Brauer.
CNBC's Eunice Yoon takes you on China's great drive forward as automakers in the world's second-largest economy join the industry's technological race.
Toyota needs to make its presence felt in the industry's growth areas such as US, China and India, says J.D. Power and Associates' APAC ED, Mohit Arora.
Benjamin Barker's MD and creative director, Nelson Yap gives the lowdown on items on the shelves.
Automakers have been working to put in more technology into cars to make them smarter and in line with changing customer expectations.
A strong yen, earthquakes and supply chain issues affected the automaker's recent earnings, explained IHS Automotive's Stephanie Brinley.
Brazil didn't really see any impact from the World Cup so it's unlikely the country will significantly benefit from the Games, notes Italo Lombardi of Standard Chartered Bank.
Restaurants are feeling the headwinds of rising labor costs and shifting consumer trends, according to one expert.
Sellers should revise inventory strategy and avoid relying so much on department stores, said some analysts on CNBC's "Power Lunch."
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest on the legal battles for control of Viacom.
Kraft Heinz rose as much as 4.5 percent after the company increased its quarterly dividend beat earnings expectations.
Willie Degel said restaurant owners must be more versatile, because the consumer is more selfish and educated than ever before.