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The video game industry is under attack, with both established and new players chasing a variety of disparate technologies and strategies that might yield a winning combination.
Every now and then, a product or business comes along that manages to shift the paradigm, completely reshaping the way consumers interact with goods and services. Such disruption, though, often comes at the expense of established businesses – and even entire industries.
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Staving off a disruptive competitor is difficult. Just because a company’s disruptive nature gives it an advantage doesn’t mean its reign will last forever.
Benjamin Schachter, Macquarie Securities analyst, provides a preview of the tech giant's third quarter numbers, and explains why he maintains a $725 price target on the stock.
David Darst, Guggenheim Securities managing director, breaks down the numbers on the company's third quarter earnings, and why he downgraded AXP to "Neutral."
What can "Big Blue" and Intel do to innovate and stay on top of the tech sector? Jason Tanz, Wired Magazine senior business editor, weighs in.
Bethany McLean, Vanity Fair contributing editor, discusses the quick departure of Vikram Pandit and why it doesn't add up.
Yusuf Mehdi, Microsoft senior vice president, discusses the launch of Xbox Music, and competition with the likes of Pandora and Spotify, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin
Bill Allayaud, Environmental Working Group, says drilling isn't the fix in California's energy crisis.
Wal-Mart takes on Amazon in online same-day delivery, with the FMHR traders. Meanwhile Jeff Sonnenfeld, former professor at Harvard Business School, grades Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Debating whether Apple's new tablet will negatively impact the stock, with Lance Ulanoff, Mashable editor-in-chief, and Rocco Pendola, TheStreet.com contributor.
Discussing the culture of Microsoft and whether the tech giant is becoming more like Apple, with Robert Kaplan, Harvard Business School professor.
Rachael Rothman, Susquehanna Financial Group analyst, and Jeffrey Bernstein break down the company's third quarter earnings of $0.99 per share versus $0.97 est, on revenues of $3.57 billion.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports the latest details from Wal-Mart's investor meeting, and discussing the growing competition between the big box store and Amazon, with Joe Feldman, Telsey Advisory Group.
Brian Marshall, ISI Group analyst, weighs in on Apple's supply production issues and whether the company will debut an iPad Mini in the near future.
Steven Okun, Chairman of the Asia Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce (APCAC) discusses the implications of the U.S. elections for the overseas business community.
Stephen Stokols, FreedomPop CEO, discusses his plans to offer free 4G beta service to broadband users and save customers hundreds of dollars a year.