Marcelo Claure, Sprint CEO, discusses his company's earnings and whether they're burning through too much cash.» Read More
American and U.S. Airways have settled their merger suit with the Justice Department. Virgin America CEO David Cush weighs in on the impact the agreement will have on smaller communities.
Nissan Renault Chairman & CEO Carlos Ghosn discusses manufacturing in Mexico how his company is using the country as an export hub for its cars.
Dan Loeb, Third Point founder and CEO, says he met with FedEx CEO Frederick W. Smith. "We had a very constructive discussion about the company," he says.
Dan Loeb, Third Point founder and CEO, discusses the differing opinions of his and Bill Ackman on Herbalife.
Dan Loeb, Third Point founder and CEO, says his firm remains "very bullish on Japan," and wouldn't have made the Sony investment if they weren't. Loeb says he's had a very good relationship with the company.
Richard Gelfond, IMAX CEO talks about the IMAX boom and how technology and the at-home viewing experience has changed the landscape of going to the movies. "We can put IMAX in your house now," he says.
Cedar Fair reported record Q3 results, and raised its outlook for the full year. Its CEO Matt Ouimet discusses the longest inverted roller coaster "Banshee" set to open at Kings Island in 2014, and the behavior of consumers.
Kasper Rorsted, CEO of Henkel, says that currency headwinds in the emerging markets and U.S. are affecting the business.
Federico Ghizzoni, CEO of Unicredit, says that there is a mix of good and bad news in Italy as the company reports its earnings.
Frank Appel, CEO of Deutsche Post DHL, says he has not seen a strong recovery for the world economy.
Tariq Farid, Edible Arrangements, CEO and founder plans on hiring 1,000 veterans over the next year with his "Hero's Welcome" program. Farid explains the benefits and support offered by the program.
Spreecast co-founder and CEO Jeff Fluhr, discusses his company's focus on media and education, as well as how Spreecast differs from Ustream.
The "Squawk on the Street" team and Julia Stewart, DineEquity CEO, discuss what Dine is doing to honor military veterans, and what led to the company's turnaround of its IHOP and Applebee's franchises.
Ben Magara, CEO of Lonmin, says that the company is trying to "build trust" after a violent strike last August at its flagship Marikana mine.
Clorox Chairman and CEO Don Knauss discusses how many veterans his company has hired, its focus on 4 major trends and double digits out of Burt's Bees.
Discussing the shipping industry, and demand from China, with DryShips & Ocean Rig Chairman & CEO George Economou. "The shipping markets and rates have remained undervalued for a long time, and the rise will continue," he says.
Jon Oringer, Shutterstock founder and CEO, weighs in on the use of imagery in technology.
Tout is a young company focused on becoming profitable, says Micheal Downing, co-founder and CEO. Video is so valuable, and allows sites to quantify engagement, he adds.
Kelsey Falter, Poptip founder and CEO, explains the companies point-based ranking system that analyzes key top phrases from social network conversations.
Jeffery Boyd, president & CEO, Priceline.com, and Darren Huston, CEO, Booking.com, who's taking over Priceline, discuss the future of the company and how the transition will take place.