Fortune Live for October 27, 2016: Sandi Peterson, Goya Foods, and Apple Shares by Fortune Editors @FortuneMagazine October 27, 2016, 10:21 AM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Linkedin Share icons We have a great lineup today for Fortune Live, our weekly business show hosted by Leigh Gallagher. First, we tackle this week’s top headlines: Today, Apple AAPL will (likely) introduce a new MacBook, but should we care? Shares fell after the release of the company’s quarterly results, but there was a silver lining. Tune in to find out what it was! And, we report on Twitter TWTR earnings, out Thursday morning. Plus, rumors are circulating about “renewed interest” from Disney DIS in buying the company. Fortune‘s Chris Matthews and Andrew Nusca give their takes! And AT&T T and Time Warner TWX are hoping to combine forces in a mega-merger. But the timing may not be great: Anti-merger sentiment is on the rise. Why, and what does it mean for the two companies? Our guests weigh in. Then, on a new episode of “Really?!” Fortune’s Stephen Gandel explains why Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton agree that the AT&T-Time Warner merger might be bad for business. Next, Leigh caught up with Stella & Dot CEO Jessica Herrin at last week’s Most Powerful Women Summit. We get to know the successful businesswoman behind Weddingchannel.com, hear how she’s modernizing the home-business model, and why she cares about more than just the bottom line. Up next, Leigh and Fortune‘s Susie Gharib sit down with three CEOs—H&R Block‘s HRB Bill Cobb, Duke Energy’s DUK Lynn Good, and TIAA’s, Roger Ferguson—to hear why more companies believe it’s possible to do well while doing good. Then, Johnson & Johnson’s JNJ group worldwide chairman, Sandi Peterson, stops by the show to talk about the company’s work in technology, health, and wellness, and why this innovation is key to moving the company forward. And then, Goya Foods is the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the United States, catering to multiple generations of Latinos in the U.S. and around the world for 80 years. We get an inside look at the company and the family who runs it. To close our show, talk show host and comedian Chelsea Handler fields a flurry of quick-fire questions from Fortune’s Michal Lev-Ram at last week’s Most Powerful Women Summit. You can go to fortune.com/fortunelive to watch the full show and individual segments on demand after the show concludes.