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CNBC25: Rebels, Icons and Leaders

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  • LeBron James #23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers during a game against the Indiana Pacers at Cintas Center on October 15, 2014 in Cincinnati, Ohio.

    On Thursday, the Cavs embark on a new era, as King James returns in what is sure to be a celebratory and emotional homecoming.

  • Ryan Seacrest CNBC Next 25

    Ryan Seacrest sees into his future: a media investing empire to rival the Silicon Valley big boys betting on the future of content creation.

  • Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook

    Meet a contingent of leaders and innovators that CNBC believes will have the greatest influence on business and society in 25 years.

  • CNBC unveils its picks of global visionaries who promise to have the greatest impact on business, finance and technology 25 years from now.

  • Teen scientist and inventor Jack Andraka attends the Global Citizen Festival - The Action Summit 2014 on September 26, 2014 in New York City.

    Meet under-20 all-stars who are on the cusp of greatness. They include a cancer crusader, sports prodigy and fashion trendsetter.

  • Tory Burch: Approaching Asia carefully

    Tory Burch weighs in on performance of luxury brands in the Asian market.

  • Tory Burch: Love partnering with Fitbit

    Discussing wearable tech and the structure of business, with Tory Burch, who says the company likes being independent.

  • CNBC Next List: A look ahead to the next 25 years

    Here are the names who are expected to change the face of business over the next 25 years.

  • Seeing the beauty in education

    CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin speaks to Salman Khan, Khan Academy executive director, about the role of technology and getting children to engage in their own education.

  • Feeding the 'Vice' beast

    CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin speaks to Shane Smith, Vice CEO, about the company's investments in mobile, and generating enough content to feed its mobile, television and online platforms.

  • Barra on auto industry: Big changes coming

    General Motors CEO Mary Barra, thinks the automobile industry will change more in the next ten years, than it has in the past fifty years.

  • Cinnabon expands indulgent brand

    Kat Cole, Cinnabon President, was named in CNBC's NEXT LIST. Cole discusses the potential consequences from the increasing health trends, and what's next for the indulgence brand.

  • Nervousness prevailing in market: Hobson

    CNBC's Kate Kelly speaks to Mellody Hobson, Ariel Investments, about volatility and how reactive investors have been to daily market changes. Hobson says nervousness in the market has been underpinning throughout this bull run.

  • Future of genetic testing

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin speaks to Anne Wojcicki, co-founder and CEO of personal genomics company 23andMe co-founder and CEO, about how her business is holding up since the FDA banned the DNA personal tests kits.

  • Levchin's new ventures: Affirm & Glow

    PayPal co-founder Max Levchin weighs in on company's split with eBay, as well as his new start-ups, Affirm and Glow.

  • CNBC's NEXT LIST is surprisingly heavy with entrepreneurs and surprisingly light on corporate titans. Yet that is exactly as it should be.

  • LittleBits CEO: Invent your own prototype

    Ayah Bdeir, littleBits founder & CEO, discusses how her business is disrupting the electronics hardware market.

  • Nick Woodman CNBC Next 25

    From Elon Musk to Nick Woodman, a look ahead to the rebels, leaders and innovators for the next 25 years.

  • Jack Ma CNBC Next 25 100 140923

    From Jack Ma to Sheryl Sandberg, a look ahead to the rebels, leaders and innovators for the next 25 years.

  • Ryan Seacrest CNBC Next 25

    From Reed Hastings to Ryan Seacrest, a look ahead to the rebels, leaders and innovators for the next 25 years.

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