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Pley rents Lego sets to kids through monthly subscriptions. Elina Furman, Pley co-founder, describes the company's business model and how they save parents time and money.
Everyone's all abuzz about the iWatch but innovation won't be what drives Apple stock this year, says Michael Yoshikami.
Arne Sorenson, Marriott International CEO & president, discusses Marriott's deal to add Atlantis on Paradise Island in the Bahamas to its portfolio.
Discussing what the naming of Anthony Noto as Twitter CFO means to the Street, with Evan Wilson, Pacific Crest Securities analyst, and the "Squawk Alley" team.
Anthony Noto has joined Twitter as CFO. Youssef Squali, Cantor Fitzgerald, explains what Noto brings to the table at the social network. He has a deep knowledge of how the Street actually works, says Squali.
Glenn Lovett, president of global strategy at Repucom, discusses how Wimbledon's all-white rule forces sportswear designers to innovate.
Fullscreen is a global network of channels and brands on the Internet. George Strompolos, Fullscreen CEO, discusses the company's business model and comments on recent acquisition interest from Yahoo.
Eric Partaker, co-founder of Chilango, discusses the company's crowdfunding campaign through the issuance of "Burrito bonds".
China is focusing on the Middle East, looking to fill the void left by the US, says Minghao Zhao of Chinese foreign-policy think tank Charhar.
Look out, Silicon Valley. Asian business leaders are starting to think differently, says Michael Yoshikami.
Robert Herjavec made a $100,000 investment in return for a 10 percent of the holiday sweater company. Prior to the show, Tipsy Elves had about $750,000 in sales. Now they are projecting over $6,000,000 in sales for upcoming 2014 season alone and Herjavec says the company's possibilities for growth are endless.
A crisis of GM proportions awaits the US if we don't fix some big problems like tax reform and Social Security, says Loews co-chair Andrew Tisch.
CNBC's David Faber speaks to Michael Huseby, Barnes & Noble CEO, about the company's decision to split its retail and Nook Media businesses into two separate public companies looking to boost shareholder value.
Victor Anthony, managing director at Topeka Capital Markets, says Google is likely to make "a host of announcements" on Wednesday in a bid to expand its Android eco-system.
MBA & Company is an online marketplace that matches consultants to projects and ensures businesses find the right skills and talent says Daniel Callaghan, founder and CEO of MBA & Company.
The state of Texas tops out at number 2 on CNBC's top state for business list. CNBC's Scott Cohn says Texas Gov. Rick Perry has practically invented the personal war between the states for jobs.
The state of Utah tops out at number 3 on CNBC's top state for business list. CNBC's Scott Cohn says the Beehive State's best category is access to capital, but education remains a weak spot.
Godfrey Sullivan, former Apple marketing VP and Splunk chairman and CEO, discusses the unique culture at Apple, and also explains what is driving the big data category.
Patrick Kron, CEO of Alstom, says that the cash from GE will be reinvested in the three joint ventures created by the deal, and that some will be returned to shareholders.
The state of Nebraska tops out at number 4 on CNBC's top state for business list. The Cornhusker State has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country at 3.6%. CNBC's Scott Cohn also gives clues to the number one state.