Kelly King, BB&T chairman and CEO, reacts to the role mortgage lending played in its weak quarterly report. King says the current yield curve reflects a slow economy.» Read More
Miles Nadal, MDC Partners chairman & CEO, discusses how mobile advertising is changing the way advertisers reach new consumers.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer tells you which stocks do better at a given part of the year. Meanwhile Eric Wiseman, VFC Corporation chairman, president & CEO, says VFC's outdoor and active segment will grow over 30 percent in fiscal year 2012.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer says don't chase stocks, especially when they have moved as much as Sarepta has today. Chris Garabedian, Sarepta Therapeutics president & CEO, weighs in.
Two of the nation's low-cost wireless carriers, T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS are merging. John Legere, T-Mobile president & CEO, offers insight.
The upcoming release of the iPad Mini leaves a question of what it will do to Apple's profit margins, Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget says.
Stephen Stokols, FreedomPop CEO, discusses his plans to offer free 4G beta service to broadband users and save customers hundreds of dollars a year.
Todd Davis, LifeLock founder & CEO, discusses his company's debut on the NYSE today under the symbol "LOCK" and the growing problem of identity theft.
James Tisch, Loews Corporation president and CEO, shares his final thoughts on the ADP employment report. "I think the reason for the stock market rally is because of the quantitative easing, and people can't find any place to put their money," he says.
Irene Rosenfeld, Mondelez International chairman & CEO, discusses why Kraft's spin-off of its North American grocery business is a "buy" for Wall Street.
"Right now there is an inflation story to be told," said James Tisch, Loews Corporation president and CEO, discussing what he is seeing in his businesses, and weighing in on the demand for offshore drilling.
Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman and CEO, discusses his company's 23 percent jump in sales last month and what it indicates about consumer confidence.
Mosaic Company President & CEO Jim Prokopanko, discusses quarterly earnings, and the demand for phosphates and potash around the globe.
Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle, speaks to CNBC's Maria Bartiromo about his company's two hardware businesses, whether any succession plans exist for him, and Apple's business without Steve Jobs.
Larry Ellison, CEO of Oracle, speaks to CNBC's Maria Bartiromo about his company's plans for the Cloud, and where the computer industry is headed. "We completed a 7-year rewrite of all of our applications for the Cloud," he says.
Muhtar Kent, chairman & CEO of Coca-Cola, discusses the state of the global economy, and where his business stands now.
Discussing whether the market still has more room to run, and how to invest ahead of the elections, with Richard Weil, Janus Capital Group CEO. "Stick with long-term plans, proceed cautiously with one eye on capital preservation and one eye on staying in the markets, so you get the benefits of this stealth rally," he says.
Sir Richard Branson, founder & chairman of Virgin Group, offers insight on how Virgin Atlantic is re-designing its "upper class suite."
Ron Johnson, CEO of JC Penney, spoke exclusively to CNBC's Courtney Reagan about the state of business.
CNBC's Diane Olick talks with Sanjiv Das, CitiMortgage CEO about the NY Attorney General's suit against JPMorgan Chase and whether CitiMortgage to be hit with the same type of suit.
Are consumers getting their fair share of QE3? CNBC's Diane Olick talks with Sanjiv Das, CitiMortgage CEO about whether lending standards are still too strict.