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Asia's largest low-cost carrier, AirAsia, said it was "confident" about entering the Indian aviation space - a market that has been challenged by intense price competition and exorbitant operating costs.
Can the Fed keep up its bond-buying program forever? Discussing the Fed, cyber hacking and market opportunities, with Shawn Matthews, Cantor Fitzgerald CEO, and Terry Duffy, CME Group executive chairman.
Trevor Fetter, President & CEO of Tenet Healthcare, breaks down the company's quarterly numbers and weighs in on spending cuts in Washington and the outlook for the health care industry.
Evan Spiegel, Snapchat CEO and co-founder, discusses his company's plans to monetize an app that allows users to send pictures that disappear in 10 seconds.
In an interview from the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, Paul Jacobs, Chairman & CEO of Qualcomm, discusses how mobile technology is changing the face of the tech world.
Randall Stephenson, Chairman & CEO of AT&T, discusses General Motors' decision to partner their wireless service with AT&T, and provides a snapshot of how smartphones are changing the way consumers use technology.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman talks about increasingly sophisticated cyber-attacks and what corporate America is doing to combat this new age espionage.
If you want to turn in your used car or truck, you may be in luck. Earl Hesterberg, Group 1 Automotive President & CEO, explains why used cars are so in demand.
CNBC's David Faber talks to Hewlett-Packard's Meg Whitman about her view on the Dell deal and the future of the company's printing business, particularly in the enterprise.
Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett-Packard, speaks exclusively to CNBC's David Faber about the tech giant's quarter, the Autonomy acquisition, and concerns about Foxconn.
Millennial Media CEO Paul Palmieri discusses the state of the mobile advertising industry, competition with Google and how investors might be surprised by next quarter.
Titan International CEO Maurice Taylor tells Maria Bartiromo why he is calling out some French union workers for being "lazy and overpaid." (5:16)
American International Group is reporting Q4 earnings per share of $0.20 and revenue of $8.61 billion, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson. AIG President & CEO Bob Benmosche, offers insight.
DataDirect CEO Alex Bouzari discusses the cloud computing industry, and what he has planned for his business this year.
Robert Gaal, Karma founder & CEO, explains how mobile users can create free "social bandwidth" by sharing data.
Jack Tretton, President & CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment America, discusses his company's updated game console, with CNBC's Jon Fortt.
Richard Gelfond, IMAX CEO, breaks down his company's fourth quarter results, and provides an outlook on the summer movie season.
Nordic American Tanker posted a Q4 2012 loss of 39 cents per share versus a consensus estimate for a net loss of 36 cents. Herbjorn Hansson, Nordic American Tanker chairman & CEO, weighs in.
Ahead of Magnum Hunter Resources' earnings, Mad Money host Jim Cramer says there are plenty of catalysts to send its stock higher this year. He is joined by the company's CEO, Gary Evans.
Homebuilders may have dragged the S&P 500 today, but Toll Brothers CEO Douglas Yearley remains optimistic as he delivers insight on FY 2013 Q1 earnings. "We're going to have big numbers in the second half of the year," he said.