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Weighing in on tech regulation from the Code Conference on Wednesday, Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff rushed to Facebook's defense. » Read More
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While a labor shortage remains the "biggest bottleneck" in the Japanese economy, people are very confident and GDP numbers are up, says Yoshito Hori of Globis Capital Partners.
Gary Cohn had "a great reputation for ethics and character" during his time at Goldman Sachs, says Randall Waterfield of the Waterfield Group.
It's important to "pay attention and adjust" to the possibility of a trade war, but don't overreact, says Orit Gadiesh of Bain & Company.
Amanda Zuckerman of Dormify shares tips and lessons learned for aspiring female entrepreneurs.
On average, the ASEAN region only spends 0.06 percent of GDP on cybersecurity, which is about half the world's average on cybersecurity, says Naveen Menon of Cisco.
Alex Kowalski, CEO, Performance Complete Metal Solutions breaks down the manufacturing process of the steel industry and weighs in on the market's reaction to threat of tariffs.
Jed York, 49ers CEO, talks about the team's season, the upcoming Super Bowl and the business of football.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports small businesses account for more than half of the items sold on Amazon.
Matt Ferguson, CareerBuilder CEO, discuss the worst and best jobs for 2018 and the overall employment outlook.
Mark Mader grew Smartsheet from $80 million to $800 million in value, and he didn't get there by coddling his employees.
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Brad Keywell, Uptake CEO and co-founder, explains how the company's technology is helping businesses turn data into action.
CNBC’s “Fast Money Halftime Report” goes live from the Intrepid in New York City to celebrate Veteran’s Day. Phil McConkey, Super Bowl champion and president of Academy Securities, and Chance Mims, former U.S. Navy Officer and founder & CEO of Academy Securities, discuss their market outlooks.
Business and economic confidence is way up, while the worldwide security situation declines. But that's not as alarming as it sounds.
YPO member and author of "Startup Rising" Chris Schroeder joins "Power Lunch" to discuss Iran's business climate.
Andy Cunningham, the former publicist for Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, speaks with CNBC’s “Squawk Alley” about her new book, ‘Get to Aha!: Discover Your Positioning DNA and Dominate Your Competition.”
Ryan Holmes has gone from running a pizza shop to leading a tech company with more than 1000 employees.
The CEO of WorldNet describes the crisis in Puerto Rico and how people are coping with the lack of food and ravaged infrastructure.
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