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When you lose $11 billion off the top line it's had to recover, says Doug Oberhelman, Chairman & CEO of Caterpillar, breaking down his company's third quarter earnings miss and providing his take on weakness in the mining sector.
Emerald Oil, Inc. president and CEO McAndrew Rudisill discusses a new deal to install an oil pipeline that will reduce transportation costs, and its focus on the Williston Basin.
Lew Frankfort, Coach CEO, reacts to the retailer's weak sales numbers and slumping stock. "Other than weak North America women's bag business, Coach performed to and exceed expectations" he adds.
After receiving money from Mark Zuckerberg, Google, and Ashton Kutcher, Aaron Feuer, Panorama CEO, discusses Mark Zuckerberg, his business concept and what's most important for startup companies.
Eric Wiseman, Chairman, President, and CEO of VF Corp, discusses the impact early holiday shopping will have on his brands. VF Corp. is investing an additional $40 million in advertising behind their brands to get consumers to pay regular prices for products, he says.
Richard Anderson, Delta Air Lines CEO, breaks down the airline's quarterly results and shares his company's cost-cutting strategy.
Honeywell CEO Dave Cote says analyst expectations for Q3 were a little high, and performed as the company expected. He discusses aerospace unit sales, and the impact from the government shutdown on the company.
CNBC's Brian Sullivan speaks to Scott Sheffield, CEO of Pioneer Natural Resources about how many people it employs, and its refocus on the Spraberry field.
Bill McDermott, SAP AG co-CEO, explains how he plans to grow his company through cloud computing and in the mobile space.
Tomi Pienimaki, CEO of Jolla, discusses the company's new operating system and how Nokia's downfall has helped the company.
Jim Hagemann Snabe, Co-CEO of SAP, discusses the company's earnings as profits jump and says there is a "strong development" on the bottom line of the business.
Frans van Houten, CEO of Royal Philips, says that health care reform in the U.S. provides opportunities to "change the role" of the company in that market.
Paul Mangiamele, Bennigan's CEO, says the U.S. is still going into debt, and continuing to print money. "This is a recipe for disaster," he says.
CNBC's Mary Thompson speaks with Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman, who discusses cutting risk, increasing flow business and putting aside reserves for potential litigation.
While business leaders remain frustrated after the prolonged budget stalemate, Zane Tankel, Chairman and CEO of Apple-Metro explains why he thinks Washington and New York is a "tale of two countries."
Stryker CEO Kevin Lobo says his company is in "great shape," and discusses the gradual increase in people electing to have surgery. He also addresses the hit from recall costs.
PetSmart CEO David Lenhardt discusses his company's new partnership with National Geographic, and why their latest products are an "affordable luxury." "We find customers coming to us in tough times to have that fun moment with their pet," he says.
PetSmart CEO David Lenhardt says he thinks a reduction in consumer traffic is due to uncertainty over what's happening in Washington, including the government's partial shutdown.
Wilbur Ross, WL Ross & Co. chairman & CEO, explains why he does not expect to see "a lot of change" as the debt ceiling drama on Capitol Hill continues and lawmakers return to work on the budget.
United Rentals CEO Michael Kneeland discusses 8 percent growth on its rental revenue in the latest quarter, the acquisition of RSC Holdings and where he sees growth in the U.S. "The industrial and energy sectors are really growing, and were capitalizing on that," he says.