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Steve Cadigan, CEO of Cardigan Talent Ventures, says organizations need to be increasingly fluent in mobile and social media when looking to hire.
Nigel Travis, CEO of Dunkin' Brands, discusses the group's expansion into Europe and says Germany is the "really exciting" story. He also comments on the group's coffee success.
Discussing the state of BlackBerry's turnaround, with Henry Blodget, Business Insider CEO & editor-in-chief, and the "Squawk Alley" crew. Blodget says BlackBerry is a prime candidate for a takeout now that it is more stable.
American Apparel has terminated its controversial CEO Dov Charney and has replaced him as chairman of the board, reports CNBC's Jane Wells.
CNBC's Jon Fortt looks at two new T-Mobile tactics to gain new customers.
Kenny Dichter, Wheels Up founder & CEO, and Scott Ernest, Textron Aviation president and CEO, discusses a deal to introduce custom Cessna Citation aircraft's to its fleet.
Here's why Priceline's purchase of OpenTable is different than other deals we've seen lately, says Michael Yoshikami.
Scott McNealy, Sun Microsystems co-founder, is the father and will-be caddie for his son Maverick McNealy at the U.S. Open in Pinehurst. He discusses his son's work ethic and love for the crowds, saying "we're having the time of our lives out here."
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports the United States Golf Association is working to target youth and millennials to play more golf as the 2014 U.S. Open kicks off.
BlueRun Ventures partner Cheryl Chen, explains how her firm links up start-ups and Fortune 500 companies.
Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen CEO Cheryl Bachelder, says her company "absolutely thinks about international expansion," and discusses management of individual franchisees.
Uwe Krueger, CEO of WS Atkins, comments on the group's results and discusses its projects in the Middle East and Qatar in particular.
Sorry, RadioShack needs to fade out. There's a place for electronics retailers; it's just not the current space, says Michael Yoshikami.
David Stulb, global forensics leader at EY, discusses the results of the annual Global Fraud Survey and warns that year-on-year improvements are very slow.
From New York City's Exponential Finance conference, Singularity University co-founder and executive chairman Peter Diamandis discusses the opportunity for companies trying out crazy new ideas.
Discussing the challenges small businesses face to grow, and the difficulties in finding a skilled workforce, with Madelyn Alfano, Maria's Italian Kitchen president, and Matt Tyler, Vickers Engineering CEO.
Uber and its $17 billion valuation has drawn the line between the free market and statists. Which side are you on, asks Jake Novak?
Enough with the negative interest rates and fancy stimulus programs. Here's what the US and EU need to do to spur growth, says Jake Novak.
Robbie Werth, Taxicab, Limo and Paratransit Association president, and Hansu Kim, Desoto Cab Company owner, say Uber does not abide by the same rules that apply to taxi companies and is not operating on a level playing field.
The $17 billion valuation of taxi service Uber was eye-popping, but here's why it's justified, says Michael Yoshikami.