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Fortune Live for January 22, 2016: Robert Herjavec, Foursquare, and Diversity in Corporate America

January 22, 2016, 7:00 PM UTC

Tune in for today’s Fortune Live, our weekly business show hosted by Assistant Managing Editor Leigh Gallagher.

We’ll begin the show with Fortune Assistant Managing Editor Brian O’Keefe and Senior Writer Beth Kowitt discussing the week’s top news: the implications of swings in the global oil market, Chipotle (CMG) getting hit with a new lawsuit, Target (TGT) switching to cage-free eggs, and kale being added to Chick-fil-A’s menu.

Then, we hit the streets of New York to see if a recent survey citing that over 50% of Americans can’t name a CEO is true.

Later, Shark Tank‘s Robert Herjavec joins us to talk cybersecurity.

Our The Exchange segment features Jeff Glueck, the new CEO of Foursquare.

Also, Fortune reports on how young black men feel shut out of corporate America.

Ram Krishnan, CMO of Frito-Lay (PEP), stops by to discuss Doritos’ crowd-sourced Super Bowl commercials and how the brand is switching strategies to appeal to Gen Z consumers.

We close out today’s show with a look at the week by the numbers.

The full show and breakout segments will be available to watch on demand after the show concludes. You can find them at