*Osamu Suzuki to remain CEO, chairman. TOKYO, June 30- Suzuki Motor Corp's 85- year-old CEO Osamu Suzuki named his eldest son as the new president of Japan's fourth-biggest automaker, easing investor concerns over the firm's succession plan and boosting the company's shares by more than 5 percent. Suzuki Motor on Tuesday also laid out financial targets under a...» Read More
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Isaiah Cox, WheelTug CEO, explains how his new electric taxi system for commercial jets could save airlines up to $1.1 million per plane per year, and provide a greener future in travel.
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Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman & CEO, discusses the auto dealer's July sales numbers and reveals how the company intends to grow profits after reaching its 9 millionth vehicle mark.
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Marketo CEO Phil Fernandez discusses how it keeps competitive against Salesforce.com, and what it means to have University of Miami as a customer.
Allergan CEO David Pyott discusses how its drugs are performing, potential challenges ahead for Restasis, and what analysts can expect from the company this year. "We're actually outgrowing the world market," he says.
Bob Benmosche, CEO of AIG, breaks down his company's Q2 earnings. "Dividend is important; it opens up new shareholders to our company," he says. "We had to rewrite part of the 10-Q; we will release it Monday or Tuesday."
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