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Fortune Live for June 16, 2016: IBM & Cybersecurity, Wrigley Co., and Gusto

We have a great lineup today for our special Fortune 500 episode of Fortune Live! This week, Andrew Nusca will be hosting in Leigh Gallagher‘s absence.

First, Fortune‘s Stephen Gandel and Erin Griffith respond to soundbites from this week’s top business news. Will we see more tech IPOs in the near future? In light of the Microsoft (MSFT)-LinkedIn (LNKD) deal, is Twitter (TWTR) the next tech M&A target? And just how worried should U.S. companies be about the vote in Britain? Find out what our guests have to say!

Then, former Danish prime minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt shares her Obama-selfie experience with Fortune‘s Nina Easton from the stage of our Most Powerful Women International Summit in London.

Next, president of North America for the Wrigley Company, Casey Keller, sits down with Fortune‘s Beth Kowitt to discuss some not-so-sweet challenges facing the candy business.

Sue Callaway gets the first-class treatment as she takes flight in one of Breitling Watches‘ exclusive aerobatic jets. Watch the synchronized jet show right here!

Then, Caleb Barlow, VP of security for IBM (IBM), stops by the show to talk about how much hacks can cost companies and what companies are doing to fight back.

Andrew then sits down with Josh Reeves, CEO of Gusto, a company trying to make payroll easy for companies both big and small. They discuss the biggest challenges facing HR departments.

We close the show with everybody’s favorite game, “Flop or Fly,” as Fortune‘s Lauren Covello and Valentina Zarya take the hot seats. We’ll be taking comments and questions from our Facebook (FB) audience, so be sure to tune in!

You can go to fortune.com/fortunelive to watch the full show and individual segments on demand after the show concludes.