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Fortune Live for February 26, 2016: J.C. Penney, Apple vs. the FBI, and the Academy Awards

We’ve got a great lineup for today’s Fortune Live, our weekly business show hosted by assistant managing editor Leigh Gallagher.

To start things off, senior writers Beth Kowitt and Phil Wahba delve into the week’s retail earnings; how Target (TGT) managed to crush Wal-Mart (WMT) during the holidays, and J.C. Penney’s (JCP) turnaround plan.

Our The Exchange segment features Jim Weber, CEO of Brooks Running.

Anna Maria Chávez, the CEO of Girl Scouts, then explains how being a woman has impacted her career path.

Senior editor Andrew Nusca and reporter Jeff John Roberts discuss the legalities in the encryption battle between Apple and the FBI.

Nusca later sits down with Dave Elkington, CEO of Insidesales.com.

Our host talks with Jacob Leif, founder and CEO of the Ubuntu Education Fund in South Africa.

We close out the show discussing the Academy Awards 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 fortune.com/fortunelive.