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Fairfax Financial is struggling to raise financing several large lenders turned down its requests, Reuters reported Friday.
Andy Dunn, founder and CEO of Bonobos, hopes to create an effortless shopping experience with its new women's line "Ayr."
Talent is the "whole ball game," says Kip Tindell, The Container Store chairman & CEO, sharing his thoughts on the importance of retaining trained employees, as his company debuts on the New York Stock Exchange today.
John Noseworthy, President and CEO of the Mayo Clinic, says we have to look beyond website glitches and find a way to consolidate a fragmented health care system and revise the way physicians are paid and health care is reimbursed.
Costco Wholesale Corporation CEO Craig Jelinek discusses whether the company is different now without former CEO Jim Sinegal, whether his company is changing the behavior of its suppliers and the state of retail.
Harman International CEO Dinesh Paliwal discusses 3 divisions in its high-end speaker business that are growing internationally, and where you can find Harman products.
AIG CEO Bob Benmosche weighs in on earnings, the economy, and Obamacare. He calls AIG's Q3 "solid" and sees continuing growth and improvements.
Dan Hesse, CEO of Sprint, told CNBC the "real opportunity" for growth in the wireless industry will actually come from something other than phones.
Sprint will launch a new, faster LTE service, says Dan Hesse, Sprint CEO. He also weighs in on earnings, growth and industry consolidation.
New York Times CEO Mark Thompson says he has appointed a new head of advertising, and the team is "working hard" to turn the decline in digital advertising into growth. He discusses consumer behavior for print and digital subscriptions.
Although there's a lot of free content on the Internet, New York Times CEO Mark Thompson said his company's pay model is working and here to stay.
Mark Thompson, CEO of the New York Times, explains how his company plans to address recent declines in digital advertising.
Jeffrey Housenbold, Shutterfly CEO, explains why the day after Halloween is the busiest day of the year for photo uploads. He also weighs on Shutterfly's guidance and revenue.
David Dillon discusses his company's strategy to keep prices low while still creating shareholder value.
A lot of what we do is computer network defense, says Kenneth Asbury, CACI International president & CEO, explaining how his company works to provide information solutions for the U.S. government.
Arne Sorenson, Marriott International CEO & president, breaks down the hotel company's earnings and shares his strategy to expand globally. A little over fifty-percent of all the rooms in the pipeline are overseas, Sorenson says.
The spirit of the Affordable Care Act is good but there are problems, says John Bardis, MedAssets founder, chairman, and CEO, discussing cost-cutting measures in the health care community, as consumers shop for the best prices.
Slava Rubin, CEO of Indiegogo, says that crowdfunding platforms look to "democratize funding" and make access to capital easier.
Michel Combes, CEO of Alcatel Lucent, says the company needs "a few extra quarters" to "really turn around".
Gavin Patterson, CEO of BT, says the company has made a "confident start" to BT Sport as it takes on Sky.