Coty, which makes perfumes for brands such as Calvin Klein and Marc Jacobs, said Elio Sceti, would join the company as CEO in July.» Read More
Sean Connolly, Hillshire Brands CEO, discusses how commodity prices are impacting the company's growth prospects, competing for consumers and why M&A is part of their game plan.
Arnold Donald, Carnival Corp. president and CEO, explains why he sees a slowdown in the first half of next year, as the company tries to recover from some of the fallout from incidences that occurred earlier in the year with several of its passenger ships.
Hans Vestberg, Ericsson Group president & CEO, discusses the company's leading role in the tech industry and how it intends to stay competitive and fend off its rivals.
AGCO Corporation CEO Martin Richenhagen discusses plans to open a new factory in Argentina, and whether the U.S. market is a major emphasis for the company. "We have exclusive dealers in America which will help us with our market share," he says.
The Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger speaks about its varying properties ESPN, Pixar, Marvel and Lucas Film, as well as the success of Hong Kong and Tokyo's theme parks. "We are building a theme park in Shanghai," he says.
Netflix hit a new record high at today's market open, with the "Fast Money" traders; and 3D Systems president and CEO Avi Reichental, shares his expectations for the 3D printing industry, and what is in his company's pipeline. A look at the latest 3D printer model.
Shares of the pizza maker are up about 90-percent over last year and the company is outperforming its competition. Patrick Doyle, Domino's Pizza president & CEO, discusses Domino's recipe for success, which includes innovation and value.
Jonathan Browning, Volkswagen of America president and CEO, discusses his company plans to roll out the eGolf in early 2015, and why his company's ad campaign is targeting the 1980's generation.
Bob Funk, Express Professions CEO, discusses the fallout from health care reform on businesses.
Irwin Simon, Hain Celestial CEO, discusses how the nation's current health craze has lifted his stock and Carl Icahn's selling his remaining stake in the company.
Miles Nadal, MDC Partners chairman & CEO, explains how social media is changing the way advertisers reach consumers.
George John, Rocket Fuel CEO, discusses his company's initial public offering on the Nasdaq today.
International Game Technology has rallied 49 percent this year, and is prepared for the reopening of online gambling in New Jersey. Its CEO Patti Hart, offers insight on how money is made with online gambling.
Pier 1 Imports CEO Alex Smith offers insight on the company's weak earnings report today, and how it plans to get back on its feet. "We're not very happy with our execution," he says.
CNBC's Becky Quick is joined by Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, and Brian Moynihan, president and CEO of Bank of America, to discuss the Fed's decision to keep intact the bond buying program. Buffett explains why he didn't have any "great expectations" on whether the Fed would taper or not. And Moynihan feels the "economy is very constructive."
Mohamed El-Erian, Pimco, discusses why he was just as surprised as everyone else by Fed chair Ben Bernanke's decision to not taper. "Markets react a lot quicker than the real economy" says El-Erian.
Craig Dalton, DODOcase CEO & co-founder, explains how his company's innovative philosophy profits by using bookbinding techniques to outfit the hottest tech gadgets on the market.
Federal Realty Investment Trust president & CEO Don Wood discusses its "terrific" core portfolio, why retailers are looking ahead to 2020, as well as what a few analyst downgrades on his company means.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz discusses his company's decision to ask people not to carry guns in its cafes. "We're not anti-gun, we're not pro-gun, but guns should not be part of the Starbucks experience," he says.
BlackRock's CEO Larry Fink explains why he is surprised by the Fed's decision to delay tapering and expresses concern for gold, oil and all things that create volatility. Fink feels the debt ceiling will cause a lot of "drama in October" and says "we shouldn't assume Washington will finally get it."