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  • Sneaker wars rage on in Asia

    CNBC's Sara Eisen talks to Kevin Plank, Under Armour CEO and the NBA's Stephen Curry about competing against established brands in Asia.

  • Valdis Dombrovskis

    The U.K. cannot "cherry pick" the parts of the single market it wants to keep when it quits the European Union, Valdis Dombrovskis told CNBC.

  • What should an EpiPen cost?

    Scott Gottlieb, AEI resident fellow, and Sam Waksal, Kadmon Corporation, discuss how competition impacts drug pricing and whether the FDA is working fast enough to streamline its approval process.

  • Beyond Wal-Mart's numbers

    CNBC's Landon Dowdy takes a look at three key things Wall Street will be watching when Wal-Mart reports quarterly results.

  • ACIA CEO: Duel technologies fuels growth

    Raj Shanmugaraj, Acacia Communications CEO breaks down the company's blowout quarter and shares his outlook on growth and explains how incorporating two technologies keeps the company ahead of the competition.

  • We are not interested in Monster: Adecco CEO

    Alain Dehaze, CEO of Adecco, comments on the merger between rivals Randstad and Monster and says his company is not considering a bid for Monster.

  • Wal-Mart's $3B bet

    CNBC contributor Jan Kniffen and Ken Perkins, Morningstar Equity Analyst, discuss their views on Wal-Mart's $3 billion bet.

  • Jersey Mike's sub success

    Hoyt Jones, Jersey Mike's president, discusses how a single storefront became one of the nation's fastest-growing fast casual dining chains.

  • T-Mobile CEO: I love to see VZ & S fighting

    T-Mobile USA President and CEO John Legere reacts to the former Verizon advertisement actor now with Sprint, and competition in the space.

  • Ariad confident on cancer drug data

    Ariad Pharmaceuticals President and CEO Paris Panayiotopoulos, discusses patient response to cancer treatment Brigatinib.

  • Must Read: Keep America strong

    The "Worldwide Exchange" crew discusses some of the morning's top attention-grabbing headlines, including a story in the Washington Post titled "America is still great - but needs to stay strong," and a Financial Times piece titled, "Put tired James Bond out of his misery."

  • Does Android have a monopoly in Europe?

    Eric Schmidt, executive chairman of Alphabet, says he disagrees with European regulators over competition issues.

  • A man operates a Apple iPhone at a mobile phone store in in Mumbai, India.

    Will Power, Robert W. Baird analyst, weighs in on Apple's decline and what's ahead for the tech giant.

  • Vimeo CEO: Better way to earn online revenue

    Vimeo CEO Kerry Trainor, talks about the launch of its paid video service where creators have the opportunity to charge for content. It's a massive opportunity and we're just getting into it, says Trainor.

  • Target's bathroom policy: CEO

    We want to make sure we provide a welcoming environment for all of our guests, says Brian Cornell, Target CEO, talking about complying with transgender bathroom policies while maintaining safety for all customers.

  • Target CEO:  Stores still count

    Brian Cornell, Target CEO, discusses his company's strategy to make shopping convenient for consumers amid a bustling e-commerce environment.

  • Waging war on wages: CEO

    Andrew Puzder, CKE Restaurants CEO, says the math doesn't work when you get to $15 an hour minimum wage.

  • Battleground India: Google v. Apple

    CNBC's Josh Lipton takes a closer look at the brewing battle between the two tech titans for the world's second-largest market.

  • Sonic donates $15M to schools: CEO

    Cliff Hudson, Sonic chairman & CEO talks about launching a new initiative in the name of education and explains why wage hikes will show up on consumers' menus.

  • WPP CEO on competing with Facebook and Google

    Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, discusses the competition between advertisers and the role of technology in success.