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Fortune Live for April 14, 2016: WNBA, Gawker Media, and Dyson Vacuums

We have a great lineup today for Fortune Live, our weekly business show hosted by Leigh Gallagher.

Fortune senior editor Matthew Heimer and senior writer Erin Griffith kick us off by discussing this week’s news: Bank earnings’ crummy projections and Facebook’s (FB) F8 Developer Conference. Then, Fortune senior writer Phil Whaba gives us his take on this week’s coffee wars between Starbucks (SBUX) and Dunkin’ Donuts (DNKN).

We continue with a new edition of our series “Really?!” as Fortune’s Ben Geier explains why Donald Trump’s claims that the Republican nominations are rigged aren’t totally false.

Then, as the WNBA celebrates its 20th anniversary and prepares for its draft on Thursday evening, Leigh Gallagher sits down with the league’s new president, Lisa Borders, to talk about attracting new fans and the pay gap in sports.

Next, Nick Denton, CEO of Gawker Media, swings by our studio. Leigh will find out how the company plans to bounce back after being sued by Hulk Hogan, where the case heads next, and more.

And then, the CEO of the renowned vacuum company Dyson shows Fortune the company’s newest, coolest products.

We close our show by taking a look at the seven worst jobs in the country.

The full show and individual segments will be available to watch on demand after the show concludes. You can find them at fortune.com/fortunelive.