March 30- American International Group Inc Chairman Robert "Steve" Miller intends to step down in July after five years in the role, the Wall Street Journal reported. Miller, a turnaround specialist, joined AIG board in 2009 and became chairman in July 2010, replacing Harvey Golub who resigned after clashing with former chief executive Robert Benmosche over the...» Read More
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American Electric Power CEO Nick Akins and Jim Cramer discuss the company's latest quarterly results, and the health of its yield.
Medidata CEO Tarek Sherif discusses phenomenal earnings, how his company maintains a leg up in the cloud industry and what's changing in the drug development business.
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Andrew Liveris, president, chairman & CEO, Dow Chemical, discusses earnings and says the company is working hard to pay down debt with its strong cash flow.
Gary Kelly, chairman, president & CEO, Southwest Airlines, discusses the company's earnings and revenues, which were in line with the Street's expectations. Passenger traffic is at record levels in spite of economic headwinds, he says.
Nigel Travis, CEO, Dunkin Brands, announces that the company will be opening four stores in California over the next year. Dunkin' currently has no stores in the Golden State.
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John Lechleiter, chairman, president & CEO, Eli Lilly, says they overcame the loss of patents by growing the sales of other products. The company's focus is beginning to turn to autoimmune diseases.
Domino's CEO J. Patrick Doyle discusses why the company is generating more store growth outside the U.S., and ways in which the company is taking advantage of technology to drive sales.
Wendy's plans to sell 425 restaurants to franchisees. Its CEO Emil Brolick discusses the catalyst for rising revenues. "We want to regain our stature in product innovation," he says.
Ellen Kullman, chairman & CEO of DuPont, discusses her company's earnings and the possibility of selling the performance chemicals unit, as well as the planned management restructuring. She also addresses activist investor Nelson Peltz's comments last week.