Brands from General Motors Co. to Chinese SUV maker Great Wall Motors are unveiling new and restyled sedans, sport utility vehicles and other models at Auto China 2014 this week. China is the world's biggest auto market, with 17.9 million vehicles sold last year. Nissan Motor Co., looking to China to help drive its global turnaround, will debut a concept sedan.» Read More
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Steve Case, Revolution chairman & CEO, discusses why he invested $20 million in a North Carolina company. He also explains why he supports immigration reform that makes it easier to U.S. companies to recruit foreign talent.
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Rajeev Goel, CEO of Pubmatic, explains how his company helps publishers increase their ad revenues by tracking online users.
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Legendary tech innovator, Marc Andreessen, Andreessen Horowitz co-founder, explains why he thinks Meg Whitman is the "world class" chief executive that Hewlett-Packard deserves.
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Boris Sofman, Anki co-founder and CEO, explains how his new technology could make an impressive combination of artificial intelligence and robotics.
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Cramer is pretty excited about a new stock coming to market.
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