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Lesa France Kennedy, International Speedway CEO, discusses the $400 million makeover of Daytona International Speedway, where the goal is to make it a year round destination.
John Taylor, FX Concepts, discusses how a pullback in the Fed's asset buying program will likely impact the U.S. dollar. Andy Serwer, Fortune and CNBC's Steve Lieman, weigh in.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale professor, explains why he thinks Bill Ackman's resignation is good news, and Andy Serwer, Fortune managing editor, and John Taylor, FX Concepts, explain the difficulties involved in "righting the ship" at the giant retailer.
Marcus Lemonis, CNBC Prime's "The Profit" host, provides perspective on the shakeup at JCP, as activist investor Bill Ackman resigns and Ronald W. Tysoe is named to the board.
Dan Rose, Facebook's vice president of partnerships, shares how the social media giant plans to expand its mobile and gaming positions, as well as cash in on advertising.
"If you want to win in this space, you have to actually get organized around it and get in front of it," said Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO, discussing the details of his company's acquisition of Adap.tv, a video advertising platform for the world's largest brands, agencies, publishers and ad networks.
Daniel Ernst, Hudson Square Research, provides perspective on investor activism, and whether a spinoff of Sony's entertainment business is a good idea.
Marcus Lemonis, host of CNBC's "The Profit," talks about his new show and his mission to save small businesses.
With over 200 million users each month, how does Twitter make money? CNBC's Julia Boorstin breaks down the business.
Dan Ackerman, Senior Editor, Cnet.com, and Youssef Squali, Cantor Fitzgerald, provide perspective on the social media company's future growth and whether it's too late to climb on the Facebook bandwagon as the stock trades around its IPO price today.
Bill Rancic, "The Apprentice" 1st season winner, discusses the challenges of small business owners to take their companies to the next level, and reveals his plans to team up with Intuit to launch a program designed to give small businesses a voice.
RadioShack is trying to get on track by rolling out an entire new retail look, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
Bill Schmitz, Deutsche Bank, breaks down Coca-Cola's second quarter earnings and weighs in on what's likely knocking down the price of the stock.
Daniel Rosensweig, Chegg president and CEO, and Kara Swisher, All Things Digital, provide a progress report on the CEO's first year at the helm of the tech giant and what investors can expect to see in the future.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan talks with Joe Magnacca, RadioShack CEO, about his company's turnaround strategy from the new concept store in New York.
Peter Spencer, professor of economics and finance at the University of York, talks about the U.K. recovery as business confidence is returning and companies are now in a "position to spend cash".
Henry Dixon, fund manager at Matterley Asset Management, says that the current environment of rising bond yields is favorable to equities, and that double-digit returns are "credible".
Scott Di Valerio, Outerwall CEO, discusses the company's name change and recent acquisition of ECO ATM, a self-service kiosk used to purchase used mobile phones and other electronic devices.
Shares of Zynga are rallying on news the head of Microsoft's Xbox will be taking the helm at the social gaming company, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew takes a look at competition between coffee chains as Starbucks tests a new cold fountain drink and Dunkin' Brands gets a buy recommendation.