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Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure, and CNBC's David Faber, discuss Sprint's road back to profitability and how he plans to succeed. Claure says Sprint has a great spectrum position and is attracting better customers.
CNBC's David Faber speaks to Marcelo Claure Sprint CEO, about the chances of turning around Sprint and simplification of its contracts and rate plans.
Paul Lejuez, retail analyst at Wells Fargo, comments on Lululemon's better-than-expected quarterly results and on the strategy going forward. Disclosure: The analyst, his family, or firm do not own Lululemon shares, but his investment banking clients do.
CNBC's Jane Wells takes a look at the dilemma people and businesses are facing who have the same name as the Islamic militant group.
With David Letterman stepping down and Stephen Colbert taking his place, Leslie Moonves, CBS Corp. president & CEO, explains to CNBC's David Faber why James Corden is taking over The Late Late Show.
CNBC's David Faber speaks to Leslie Moonves, CBS Corp. president & CEO, about the Ray Rice incident and CBS' deal for Thursday Night Football with the NFL.
CNBC's David Faber, and Leslie Moonves, CBS Corp. president & CEO, discuss if the networks ratings decline is a trend or if they are not being measured correctly.
Sorry, Apple fans. The watch was cool but that wasn't the big deal of Apple's announcement. Here's what it was, says Michael Yoshikami—and it's a game-changer.
Vanity Fair's Betsy Kenny Lack provides insight to some of the greatest comeback stories in business.
Anil Doradla, CIO and portfolio manager at William Blair, says that what Apple is doing is "very impressive" and that Apple is expanding its "innovation gap" over its main competitors.
Will Greenwald, analyst of consumer electronics at PC Magazine, comments on Apple ahead of the launch of new products and discusses whether it can retain its edge in the smartphone market
Cyrus Mewawalla, managing director at CM Research, says Tuesday's Apple product launch could be the biggest launch since the iPad and discusses wearable technology.
Discussing GE's $3.3 billion deal to sell its appliances unit to Sweden's Electrolux and why Wall Street has not reacted positively, with Christopher Glynn, Oppenheimer & Co., and David Nelson, Belpointe Asset Management.
Michael Porter, Harvard Business School professor, reveals the results of a recent study on U.S. competitiveness. What's not going well is America as a place to invest and create jobs, says Porter.
Arne Sorenson, Marriott president & CEO, shares his company's expansion ideas after the company announced it plans to add up to 1,300 hotels worldwide in the next three years.
OK, so the jobs report wasn't great. But look past the headline and this recovery is on—even if it's not a straight line up, says Michael Yoshikami.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau speaks to the Mayor of Carson City, Nev., Bob Crowell, about the significance of landing Tesla's first gigafactory.
Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) says "Congress knows what we have to do," to get to a competitive international system, in discussing tax inversions. He says the inversions are hurting the workers of America.
Sam Zell, Equity Group Investments Chairman, addresses the American tax system, and shares his opinions on companies moving overseas.