TORONTO, Dec 5- Royal Bank of Canada Chief Executive Gordon Nixon will step down next summer after 13 years at the helm of Canada's largest bank, handing the reins to the RBC's retail banking head, Dave McKay, the bank said on Thursday. Nixon is the longest-serving of Canada's current crop of bank CEOs, but at 56, by no means the oldest.» Read More
Howard Stringer, Sony Chairman, President & CEO, offers some gift ideas for your holiday shopping bag.
Rene Obermann, Deutsche Telekom CEO, explains why the merger between AT&T and T-Mobile USA should have gone through. "This transaction would have solved a number of industry issues," he says.
EPD recently was voted one of the winners for Institutional Investor magazine's 2012 "All America Executive Team". Michael Creel, Enterprise Products Partners president/CEO discusses business strategies for growth in domestic energy.
As we look ahead to next week, are bears taking control of the market? Hunting for value in the market and strategies for smart trading, with Sarah Ketterer, Causeway Capital Management CEO and portfolio manager and Quint Tatro, Tatro Capital founder/president.
A potential decoupling between the U.S. and the rest of the world could benefit American equities, with Philip Tasho, TAMRO Capital CIO/CEO.
CNBC's Eamon Javers shares the details on Comcast Corporation CEO Brian L. Roberts agreement to pay a $500,000 civil penalty to settle charges he violated pre-merger reporting and waiting recquirements when he acquired Comcast voting securities. The SEC said the violation was inadvertent and technical.
American Water operates treatment plants, dams and pumping stations, and provides other water services. Jeffry Sterba, American Water CEO shares outlook for the company.
Women held 16.1% of board seats at Fortune 500 companies in 2011. Sharing the details of a new report that claims more women on corporate boards translates into better returns for investors, with Ilene Lang, Catalyst CEO.
News of Delta adding more than 100 new flights and 29 destinations is creating a buzz for customers and job seekers. Richard Anderson, Delta CEO discusses the new services.
The software maker posts record revenues and better than expected earnings. A breakdown of the numbers, with Shantanu Narayen, Adobe Systems president/CEO.
Sharing perspective on where the current market stands and what America needs, with Kelly King, BB&T chairman/CEO.
Thoughts on the best leader for the consumer protection board, with Kelly King, BB&T Corporation chairman/CEO, who also discusses why consumer protection might in turn hurt consumers because of the disclosures banks make and the limit on loans.
As long as financial problems in Europe and the U.S. continue, the market will remain flat and investors will remain nervous in 2012, the head of Raymond James Financial told CNBC.
Toys R Us will remain open for 112 continuous hours in order to help consumers buy last minute holiday gifts. Gerald Storch, Toys R Us chairman/CEO discusses what this will mean for the company's margin.
Discussing the rising global supplies causing prices of agriculture commodities to go down, with Martin Richenhagen, AGCO chairman/CEO/president.
Insight on how Macy's is doing this holiday season and what's ahead in 2012, with Terry Lundgren, chairman, president & CEO, and Mad Money host Jim Cramer. "We're hitting the ball out of the park in every category of our organization," he says. He also explains reasons for weakness in women's apparel and growth in the menswear category.
We want the highest oil price the economy can stand, says David Cote, Honeywell chairman & CEO. "We try to be in everything because you can't predict how things are going to go," he tells Mad Money host Jim Cramer.
Howard Lutnick, Cantor Fitzgerald chairman & CEO, discusses the firm's new business moves, including the launch of prime services in Europe next year and expansion into equity wholesaling.
Discussing Raymond James' plans for growth, with Paul Reilly, Raymond James Financial CEO.
The results of a poll that survey how middle class Americans feel about the economy, government and the future, with Thomas Wilson, Allstate chairman, president/CEO.