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The financial heads at some of the world's largest companies remain unconvinced the Fed will make any substantial changes at its December meeting.
Mahendra Negi, CFO of Trend Micro, says most cyber attacks are the theft of information and CFOs have a responsibility to protect the firm's intangible assets.
Geert Peeters, CFO of CLP Holdings, says the Fed wants to show it is independent but there are still global economic realities to consider.
Skincare and cosmetics retailer Sa Sa is shaking up its product offering as customers are increasingly buying cheaper goods.
Things are turning around in the Land of Smiles with promising signs pointing to an economic recovery, according to a senior executive at the SET.
Amadeus wants to create a holistic system that connects every part of a traveler's journey, the CFO told CNBC.
Wells Fargo CFO John Shrewsberry weighs in on an off and on housing recovery.
Ford CFO Robert Shanks discusses the company's third-quarter performance, and why Donald Trump must be confused.
UPS CFO Richard Peretz weighs in on the company's latest earnings beat despite slowing domestic shipments.
Vera Eve Lim, CFO of Bank Danamon and a member of CNBC's CFO Council, says net profits for the first three quarters were lower on changes in loan trends, but that there were also positive trends emerging.
Statoil is still "investing a lot" in the sector, according to its chief financial officer, despite the commodity seeing a steep drop in price.
John Stephens, AT&T CFO, breaks down the company's third quarter results and outlook on mobile growth.
Jon Moeller, Procter & Gamble CFO, breaks down the company's third quarter results which beat on earnings but missed on revenue. Also Moeller weighs in on the pulse of the consumer and managing currency headwinds.
John Shrewsberry, Wells Fargo, analyzes Wells Fargo’s better than expected quarterly profit and revenue and why investors are still concerned about the bank.
Hugh Johnston, PepsiCo CFO talks with CNBC's Sara Eisen about the company's quarterly results, growth prospects and competition in the beverage and snack sector. Also Jim Cramer wants to know how PepsiCo has been able to do well in the liquid category despite critical stories about carbonated soft drinks.
William Gerber, TD Ameritrade CFO, weighs in on the pulse of the retail investor.