CNBC's Josh Lipton sits down with Nick Woodman, GoPro CEO, to discuss GoPro's new camera, new products in the future, and how to make the user experience convenient.» Read More
Tim Kuniskis, Dodge president and CEO, discusses the success of the Ron Burgundy ad campaign and what risks where involved when deciding to tap the fictional news anchor to be the face of Dodge. "The real success has been the entertainment of the spots," Kuniskis says.
Oracle announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Responsys for $27 a share, or approximately $1.5 billion.
Margaret Kelly, RE/MAX CEO, shares her thoughts about rising interest rates and its likely impact on the housing sector. Builders are very confident in the recovery after the 22 percent jump in housing starts, says Kelly.
Harold Hamm, Continental Resources founder, chairman & CEO, shares his thought on why he had to make other plans to ship oil due to delays in the building of the Keystone XL pipeline.
Ilana Weinstein, IDW Group founder & CEO, takes a look at who is likely to score some hefty cash this holiday season, and compares compensation structures between banks and hedge funds.
Jonathan Bush, Athenahealth chairman, CEO & president, provides his perspective on the outlook on Obamacare.
Krispy Kreme Chairman and CEO James Morgan, provides insight into its success and business strategies for expanding internationally.
Spencer Rascoff, Zillow CEO, discusses if mortgage rates have bottomed out and explains the shift in the housing market.
Whole Foods announced it won't sell Chobani yogurt starting next year, but Chobani's CEO told CNBC Thursday that it will not hurt the business.
Discussing Carnival's better than anticipated earnings, and the rapid turnaround of the Carnival brand, with Arnold Donald, Carnival Corporation CEO. Donald also comments on a lawsuit filed against the cruise company.
Hamdi Ulukaya, Chobani founder and CEO, discusses Whole Foods' decision to stop selling Chobani yogurt because of its ingredients. Ulukaya says he took the news personally and does not understand the decision to make yogurt exclusive.
"The Fed will be reactive to data and will begin to repurchase if economy begins to slow," says Richard Bernstein, Bernstein Advisors CEO. Ward McCarthy, Jefferies & Company chief U.S. financial economist, weighs in on the Fed's taper move and the today¿s market conditions.
Alex Molinaroli, Johnson Controls CEO, discusses the state of the automotive industry and the evolution Johnson Control's is undergoing.
Frank Holmes, U.S. Global Investors CEO & CIO, discusses gold's fall to a six month low after the Fed's bond purchase move.
Steve Schwarzman, Blackstone Group chairman, CEO & co-founder, shares his thoughts on the Fed's taper decision and provides and shares his outlook on the 10 -year Treasury yield and housing. We are the largest owners of homes in the U.S., Schwarzman reveals.
Emanuel Chirico, chairman and CEO of PVH, gives his take on the consumer pulse and the outlook for retailers this season. The successful retailer is the one that can manage gross margins, he said.
J. Crew Chairman and CEO Mickey Drexler weighs in on innovative ways retailers are attempting to gauge what people want to buy.
Stuart Miller, CEO of Lennar Corp, provides perspective on the housing market as interest rates begin to trend up and the Fed begins to pare down its stimulus program. The economy is beginning to improve and jobs are coming back, Miller says.
Rick Goings, Tupperware Brands chairman & CEO, weighs in on the Fed's taper decision and discusses how his company has been able to maintain significant growth, while the stock hovers around $100 per share. Growth in the emerging markets is being driven by the middle class, says Goings.
Jon Hubbard, Northern Europe CEO of Jones Lang LaSalle Hotels & Hospitality Group, discusses the outlook for the hotel sector in 2014 and the investment potential.