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The assertion by Walter Robb of Whole Foods on Friday followed news that the FDA has proposed banning transfats in processed food.
Kevin Landis, Firsthand Capital Management; Paul Meeks, Saturna Capital; and Richard Greenfield, BTIG, discuss the differences between Facebook and Twitter and what the company needs to do to attract a wider audience of users.
Geoff Lewis, principal, Founders Fund, says that while Twitter is the dominant short-form message system, there's a question about its business strategy and just how broad the Twitter audience can be. It's more niche than Facebook, he says.
Brian Rolapp, chief operating officer of NFL Media, discusses the league's deal with the social network.
Duncan Niederauer, CEO, NYSE Euronext, says the Twitter IPO is likely to happen around 10 or 10:15, and that the NYSE has done all it can to get ready for this IPO.
Geoff Cutmore, CNBC Europe, discusses the European Central Bank's decision to cut a key interest rate by .25 percent, ahead of the ECB's 8:30 press conference.
Twitter has finally priced. Everyone is worried about a technology glitch, but my concern is that this could be a moonshot open.
There's a major buzz surrounding the chess championship between 22-year-old Norwegian Magnus Carlsen, who's called the "Mozart of chess," and Viswanathan Anand, from India. Chess grandmaster Ken Rogoff offers his thoughts on the match. With CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera.
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