Aug 3- Sprint Corp, the No. 3 U.S. cellular operator, said Chief Financial Officer Joseph Euteneuer will be leaving the company and named Tarek Robbiati as his successor in one of many executive changes announced on Monday. The 50- year old has previously served as deputy CFO of Telstra Corp Ltd, Australia's leading telecoms company, Sprint said.» Read More
FedEx Corp. Chairman & CEO Frederick Smith discusses government spending, and the need for tax reform. Smith says the tax code is very punitive to investment, incentives must be provided to lower risk.
FedEx Corp. Chairman & CEO Frederick Smith says his company is very optimistic about its future, and discusses meeting Third Point founder Dan Loeb.
TE Connectivity CEO Tom Lynch discusses mixed global sales, and how it's company is innovating for the next generation of connectivity products. "We are focused on connectivity, it's everything we do," he says.
David Steiner, Waste Management CEO, discusses the unintended consequences to his business from recycling behaviors.
Tom Falk, Kimberly-Clark Chairman and CEO, discusses why his company originally got into the health care business, and why it's looking at spinning off its health care business.
David Steiner, Waste Management CEO, explains why he thinks corporate tax reform "would be the number one driver for job growth."
Discussing the major issues facing corporate America, and where he is seeing markets rebound, with David Steiner, Waste Management CEO. "We need to see more small business starts," he says.
"Obamacare doesn't directly affect us, but does distract our clients," explains Tom Watjen, Unum Group president & CEO. He says the technical system is "just a piece of the puzzle."
Prof Dr Uwe Krueger, CEO of Atkins, discusses future-proofing major cities.
Roy Lipski, CEO of Velocys, discusses gas-to-liquid technology and how it is being taken into the mainstream market.
Herman Gref, CEO of Sberbank, says that the central bank in Russia should exit Sberbank's equity.
Herman Gref, CEO of Sberbank, says that slower growth will take place in Russia if the government doesn't implement reforms.
In an exclusive CNBC interview, David Faber talks with Fairholme Capitol CEO Bruce Berkowitz about their proposal to buy Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac for $52 billion. Berkowitz says housing finance is critical to the American dream.
Americas Trading System Brasil CEO Alan Gandelman, discusses whether Eike Batista fooled the world before OGX filed for bankruptcy, and why an outsider should trust Brazil's economy. "Usually the time to get in Brazil is when it's very bad, like right now," he says.
Tidjane Thiam, CEO of Prudential, says "don't expect any drama" around the spin-off of the Asia or American business.
Dick Boer, CEO of Royal Ahold, discusses the company's earnings and says there is a tough environment in the Netherlands.
Martin Senn, CEO of Zurich Insurance Group, says that the company is looking for a new CFO after an investigation into the suicide of former CFO, Pierre Wauthier, closed.
Chris Dedicoat, EMEA and Russia president of Cisco, says that there is no "material impact" of spying on the company after Cisco blamed a weak first quarter on Chinese backlash against U.S. spying.
Michel Landel, CEO of Sodexo, says the company is "confident" in the future.
Cisco CEO John Chambers sees a lot of positives following Cisco's Q1 earnings, but sees challenges in the emerging markets. Chambers says Cisco is very well positioned in the cloud space and is the only server vendor that has a "really good" gross margin.