2014 was the biggest year for deals since the financial crisis. Eileen Nugent, Skadden Arps, discusses the impact of activism, and the inversion phase.» Read More
Kerry Trainor, Vimeo CEO, discusses Vimeo's strategy and business model. Trainor explains how they are going after a different piece of the market than YouTube.
A group of 900 authors including James Patterson and Stephen King have signed an open letter condemning Amazon over the blocking of book sales. CNBC's Carl Quintanilla and Jim Cramer discuss the companies, like Amazon, that are blessed with a seemingly never ending spending leash.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan, discusses the battle brewing between John Legere at T-Mobile and Marcelo Claure at Sprint.
After Walgreen said no to inversion by opting to keep their headquarters in the U.S., CNBC's Meg Tirrell, discusses if anyone else will follow in their footsteps.
It is wrong to call the Export-Import Bank a subsidy for US business, says the chief economist for the National Association of Manufacturers.
Darria Long Gillespie, Emory University Hospital emergency physician, discusses at what point companies will begin to invest in vaccines to treat rare diseases like Ebola.
Gannett is spinning off its publishing business, and has bought the portion of Cars.com it did not already own for $1.8 billion. Gracia Martore, Gannett Company president & CEO, explains the media company's growth strategy and future plans for their business.
The Export-Import Bank makes America more competitive and deserves bipartisan support, say Robert Wolf and Kevin Varney of 32 Advisors.
Is CEO Marissa Mayer part of the problem at Yahoo? Eric Jackson, Ironfire Capital founder, says Mayer has made a number of costly errors since taking over. Colleen Taylor, TechCrunch reporter, says Yahoo is in a better place now than before she took over.
Where is the GOP's better deal? Rather than a lawsuit, why not a growth plan?, asks Larry Kudlow.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports why companies are hiring Advanced Technology Services to maintain its factory equipment.
Larry Young, Dr Pepper Snapple CEO, talks about competing with beverage giants Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, and reveals the company's plans to grow globally.
He has a very simple model which is to create shareholder value, says Steve MacMillan, Hologic president & CEO, discussing Icahn's stake in Hologic. He's clearly not a micromanager, says MacMillian.
Steve MacMillan, Hologic president & CEO, discusses the company's progress in developing 3D imaging technology. The benefit of this is you can catch the big stuff early, says MacMillian.
CNBC's Scott Cohn reports on the liabilities potentially facing franchise-owned McDonald's restaurants and corporate.
REITs must distribute 90 percent of taxable income as a dividend to shareholders. CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports these, as well as MLPs, have taken off in the last few years.
Rep. Sander Levin (D-Mich.) shares his opinions of America's broken tax system, and makes the case for companies to stop tax inversions.
China is muscling tech firms and investors need to pay attention — this could impact future earnings, says Michael Yoshikami.
John Hempton, CIO at Bronte Capital Management, discusses Herbalife - in which he holds stock - and says its shares are currently valued at a "substantial market discount".
Recently Chipotle stock has soared while Panera has flattened out. Nick Setyan, Wedbush Securities, and Robert Derrington, Wunderlich Securities, discuss what Chipotle is doing right and Panera is doing wrong.