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RealtyTrac's latest survey shows foreclosures are going to get a lot worse before they get better, with Brandon Moore, RealtyTrac CEO.
Meredith Whitney, founder/CEO of The Meredith Whitney Advisory Group, provides perspective on the basic bank model and regulations. "I think [financials] has no momentum here," says Whitney.
Tim Ryan, SIFMA president & CEO, shares his opinions on Sandy Weill's statements regarding breaking up the banks on CNBC's "Squawk Box" today. "We would vigorously oppose [breaking up the banks] because it doesn't make any sense and has been rejected for the last three years," he says.
Tyler Vernon of Biltmore Capital discusses how to play financials since Sandy Weill said it's time to break up the banks.
Dennis Crowley, CEO and co-founder of Foursquare, discusses his company's new program to monetize its social network service, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Ron Shaich, co-CEO, founder & executive chairman of the board at Panera Bread, explains how his company beat the Street despite higher commodity prices, reporting Q2 EPS of $1.50 versus $1.43 estimate on revenues of $531 million.
Tim Armstrong, chairman & CEO of AOL, breaks down his company's second quarter results, reporting a strong surge in operating growth, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Doug Oberhelman, Chairman & CEO of Caterpillar, discusses his company's second quarter's better-than-expected numbers of $2.54 vs. $2.28 estimate on revenues of $17.37 billion.
Jessica Bibliowicz, National Financial Partners chair and CEO, and Sandy Weill, former Citigroup chairman & CEO, discuss what types of returns investors should expect in this market.
In this excerpt from "Squawk Box," former Citigroup Chairman & CEO Sanford Weill explains why he thinks big banks should be broken up to separate investment banking from other banking activities.
John Lechleiter, Eli Lilly chairman, president & CEO, breaks down his company's Q2 earnings, meeting revenue expectations of $5.6 billion. He also discusses several new drugs in phase three development.
Discussing the state of the food industry, with David Wenner, B&G Foods' president & CEO.
Stocks eased off their lows in the final hour of trading Tuesday, but were still lower across the board, with David Kudla, Mainstay Capital Mgmt. CEO; David Steinberg, DLS Capital Mgmt.; and Keith Wirtz, Fifth Third Asset Mgmt.
Eyal Waldman, Mellanox Technologies CEO, offers insight on earnings results that beat estimates.
Patrick Doyle, Domino's Pizza president & CEO, discusses his company's earnings beat on both the top and bottom line and declaring a special dividend of $3 per share.
"We are the fastest growing business software company in the world," says Bill McDermott, co-CEO of SAP, breaking down the company's strong second quarter results and discussing making deals and profits in cloud technology.
Worries over the market sell off, global deflation, bad global economic policies, are weighing on investors' minds. Keith McCullough, Hedgeye Risk Management CEO, provides perspective.
First Horizon National president/CEO Bryan Jordan, discusses his company's Q2 earnings, and what headwinds it faces going forward.
Eaton Corporation chairman/CEO Sandy Cutler discusses his company's Q2 earnings, the housing market, and where the company is headed next.
Legendary investors are scooping up distressed properties to flip, or rent, and now there is actually a shortage of foreclosures for sale. James Breitenstein, Landsmith CEO, and CNBC's Diana Olick, provide perspective.