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William Emerson, CEO of Quicken Loans, discusses where interest rates are likely headed and if now is the time to buy a home.
Exact Sciences' CEO Kevin Conroy weighs in on the Medicare spending talks in Washington, and discusses his company's development of non-invasive ways to detect colorectal cancer.
NPS Pharmaceuticals CEO Dr. Francois Nader discusses the approval of its short bowel syndrome drug Gattex, and what's next for the company.
The CDC says this is the most aggressive early flu season in 8 years. Discussing which under-the-weather trades could lead to some healthy profits, with the Fast Money traders; and Dan Hurwitz, DDR CEO, discusses the winners and losers in retail now, and what's next for DDR.
Ralph de la Vega, AT&T Mobility CEO, discusses who's ahead in the war between smartphone carriers, and which is more profitable.
Chris Viehbacher, CEO of Sanofi, discusses growing concern over the spread of the flu this season.
Alexander Ljung, Founder and CEO of SoundCloud, explains how his startup company allows users to share all kinds of sounds, from music to your baby's first words.
Robert Darbelnet, American Automobile Association president & CEO, discusses a new tax targeting owners of electric vehicles.
Richard Pops, chairman & CEO at Alkermes, talks with CNBC's David Faber about positive developments in two key treatments in the company's pipeline.
Ethan Allen CEO Farooq Kathwari shares his opinions on where the U.S. economy is headed next, and how tax changes could affect his customers.
Drought conditions in the Midwest have left the Mississippi River so dry, that shipping could grind a halt within days. CNBC's Sharon Epperson speaks to Mike Toohey, Waterways Council president and CEO for more insight.
Scott Griffith, Zipcar chairman & CEO discusses his company's no annual fee driving plan and sale to Avis. "We think it's a game changer in personal mobility," Griffith said.
Jamba Juice CEO James White discusses upcoming competition from Starbucks as it gets into the juice business, and ways in which his company is expanding in 2013.
Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman & CEO, discusses his company's robust sales numbers and what it says about the state of the auto industry. "The American consumer is moving on with their life," Jackson added.
Richard Kovacevich, former chairman & CEO of Wells Fargo, sizes up the "fiscal cliff" agreement and what we have to look forward in the debt ceiling debate. "I'm stunned and shocked that basically, nothing has been done," he says.
The deal in Washington may be giving markets some relief. But "Fix the Debt" remains very critical of the move by Congress. Mark Bertolini, chairman, CEO & president of Aetna, weighs in.
Leon Cooperman, chairman & CEO of OMega Advisors, is bullish on a number of financials. Should you also buy these four stocks? Also, CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports Transocean has agreed to settle with the Department of Justice and pay $1.4 billion in fines and penalties.
Dawn Zier, Nutrisystem CEO, explains how she plans to turnaround the direct-marketing weight-loss company.
Jeffrey Gundlach, DoubleLine Capital CEO, provides his predictions on fixed income returns, and discusses his concerns about a credit risk bubble building.
John Challenger, CEO of Challenger, Gray & Christmas, breaks down the "very strong" numbers on jobs.