CNBC's Brian Sullivan reports the latest details out of Hong Kong as the protests continue into the night. » Read More
By: Courtney Dorne, president of the brands division at Vertical Companies
California is a $5 billion cannabis market, but it is allowing black market sales to fool consumers and excessively taxing entrepreneurs. If the state does not address these issues, cannabis companies will take business to other states. » Read More
Water Cheung of StormHarbour Securities discusses resignations by top management in Cathay Pacific related to protests in Hong Kong. Cheung, a member of the Young Presidents' Organization, also says he expects more stimulus for the city because Beijing is "happy to open up the wallet." » Read More
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Lifestyle perks are common in a competitive market for talent, but one office freebie that technology company Softwire found to be a big success was a surprise to its own executives: a library for its employees and unlimited book purchases. » Read More
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Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO of staffing agency LaSalle Network, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the hiring trends he's seeing in the industry and what he expects from the May jobs report.
Nick Nash, a member of the Young Presidents' Organization, gives his take on the results of the network's latest CEO survey.
Stefan Abeyesinhe of Asia Capital says stabilization in the Sri Lanka market signals a "somewhat educated" investor base. He also says the bombings are part of a "global problem" that the world has seen before, but he hopes it will be a one-off incident in the country.
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Susan Lacz, Ridgewells Catering CEO, joins "Power Lunch" to discuss how the government shutdown is hurting her D.C. business.
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Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO at staffing firm Lasalle Network, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the top hiring challenges ahead of the highly anticipated jobs report.
John Rutledge of Safanad and Ravin Gandhi, CEO of GMM Nonstick Coatings, discuss the effect that the U.S.-China trade war has had on American businesses with ties to China with CNBC's "Closing Bell" team.
Kate Richard, founder and CEO of Warwick Energy, discusses the biggest reasons behind the plunge in oil prices, and the biggest risks facing the market in the coming year.
Tom Gimbel, LaSalle Network CEO, discusses his views of the labor market and the U.S. economy.
Tom Gimbel, LaSalle Network founder and CEO, discusses the state of the labor market, as well as what jobseekers are looking for from employers and how companies are trying to retain talent.
Zillow Group CEO Spencer Rascoff discusses the company's quarterly earnings release sending shares down on weak guidance, as well as the state of the overal real estate market.
Weighing in on tech regulation from the Code Conference on Wednesday, Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff rushed to Facebook's defense.
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