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  • Report shows CEOs need cybersecurity training

    According to a new report from cybersecurity firm Tanium and the Nasdaq, over 90 percent of corporate executives say they can't read a cybersecurity report and aren't prepared to handle a major attack. Dave Damato, Tanium chief security officer, and Louis Modano, Nasdaq chief information officer, discuss the results and what chief executives need to do to increase cyber protection.

  • Pro targets Google's 'moonshot' at $1070

    Neil Doshi, Mizuho Securities, weighs in on potential leadership struggles in Alphabet's other units like Nest, and shares his thoughts on Google's long-term plays. Also Doshi weighs in on Yahoo's future.

  • Pandora shares slide as CEO departs

    Brian McAndrews is leaving Pandora as chief executive and will be replaced by founder and former CEO Tim Westergren. The "Squawk on the Street" crew discuss.

  • Not fans of Yahoo's board: Analysts

    Should Yahoo listen to Starboard activists? Eric Jackson, SpringOwl Asset Management, and Brian Wieser, Pivotal Research, weigh in on Yahoo's board.

  • Do we need a CEO in the White House?

    CNBC Contributors Steve Odland, former CEO of Office Depot, and Jared Bernstein, former Chief Economist & Economic Policy Adviser to Vice-Pres. Biden, discuss the current state of party politics in the U.S. and whether the country could use more business leaders involved in the government.

  • Yahoo's board battle

    Jennifer Saba of Thomson Reuters Breakingviews, and Steve Odland, CNBC Contributor and former Office Depot CEO, discuss Starboard's proxy fight against Yahoo and what it means for the Internet company.

  • Blodget: Still value in Yahoo

    Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget weighs in on Starboard's proxy fight at Yahoo and what he thinks the Internet company can improve.

  • Grading Yahoo's board

    Bill George of Harvard Business School, and Jeffrey Sonnenfeld of Yale School of Management, discuss the proxy fight launched at Yahoo by Starboard Value and how the current and proposed boards could do.

  • Mahaney: Something dramatically wrong at Yahoo

    Mark Mahaney from RBC Capital Markets talks about Starboard Value's proxy fight with Internet giant Yahoo.

  • Starboard launches proxy fight on Yahoo

    After a WSJ report activist hedge fund Starboard Value wanted to remove Yahoo's board, the company has officially announced it will nominate nine members to the board.

  • WASHINGTON/ NEW YORK, March 21- A move by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International Inc to single out two former top executives over its accounting problems is likely a bid to win leniency with government agencies investigating the drugmaker, according to accounting and securities experts. Valeant on Monday said Chief Executive Michael Pearson was leaving the...

  • The headquarters of Valeant Pharmaceuticals International in Laval, Quebec.

    Bill George, Harvard Business School professor, former Medtronic CEO and CNBC Contributor, weighs in on the Valeant Pharmaceuticals leadership change and gives his pick for who should replace Michael Pearson as CEO.

  • Watch for 'toosh-covering' in Valeant: Josh Brown

    Valeant CEO Mike Pearson is leaving, and Bill Ackman has joined the board. CNBC's Meg Tirrell and the FMHR traders look at the stock moves on the headlines.

  • CEO Succession Make It

    CEO turnover is disruptive and risky. Here are some surprising tips to find your company's next leader.

  • Sheryl Sandberg

    Instead of focusing on what went wrong, Sheryl Sandberg now ends each day doing this.

  • Shinta Widjaja Kamdani shares with CNBC how she became the Sintesa CEO and the initial struggle of restructuring the entire Indonesian conglomerate.

  • United CEO Munoz returns to work

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports Oscar Munoz heads back to work full time after missing three months battling health issues.

  • Airlines' next step up

    Discussing reasons United has underperformed its peers, and the trade on the stock after PAR Capital Management and Altimeter Capital announced they will nominate six board members to United, including Gordon Bethune, with Jim Corridore, S&P Global Market Intelligence airline analyst.

  • United underperformed for 35 years: Kaplan

    Seth Kaplan, Airline Weekly, weighs in on news PAR Capital Management and Altimeter Capital will nominate six board members to United, including Gordon Bethune.

  • Cramer on United: I fail to see activists' anger

    Altimeter and PAR Capital have a 7.1 percent stake in United, and asked for six seats originally on the United board and Gordon Bethune, the former CEO of Continental Airlines, reports CNBC's David Faber.