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TIBCO reported this morning, and the stock got slammed, falling a $1.95 off a $32 basis. "But there wasn't anything wrong with the quarter," says Mad Money host Jim Cramer. Vivek Ranadive, chairman and CEO of TIBCO Software, weighs in.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer and Nick Akins, CEO of American Electric Power, size up the company's potential for profits.
In 2011, Americans spent $483 billion on gasoline. Andrew Littlefair, Clean Energy Fuels president/CEO and Jimmy Haslam, Pilot Flying J president/CEO, discuss what it would be like if all U.S. vehicles were fueled on natural gas.
CNBC's Brian Shactman has the year-over-year sales details for the big three American auto makers: General Motors, Ford and Chrysler. Brian Hamilton, Sageworks' founder/CEO and Gary Flom, Manhattan Auto Company president/CEO, weigh in on future auto sales.
The president of Shell Oil can't predict whether gasoline in the U.S. will rise to an average $5 a gallon, but he told CNBC the gas price is directly tied to the price of oil and "we’re going to have to see stability around the world to start to have an impact." That means the U.S. should be producing more of its own oil and gas.
Sharing perspective on whether investors should take a second look at some of the top performers of Q1, with Mike Murphy, Rosecliff Capital managing partner/CEO.
Martin Mucci, Paychex president & CEO, discusses his company's prospects and what would happen if the Supreme Court actually overturned Obamacare. Sales are up for the first time in two years, he says.
Mike Petters, Huntington Ingalls CEO, discusses building nuclear and non-nuclear ships for the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard.
Brad Smith, CEO of Intuit, the $17 billion company behind Turbo Tax, offers insight on how the rapidly changing world of digital payments is changing the way Intuit does business.
The print-on-demand website prices its IPO at $19 per share. Insight with Bob Marino, CafePress Inc. CEO.
Our biggest concern is predictability, says Michael Splinter, Applied Materials chairman/president/CEO, who discusses what companies need to know in order to plan for future health care plans offered to employees.
The second quarter will be a very good quarter for us, says Michael Splinter, Applied Materials chairman/president/CEO, who adds the mobility market is driving growth for the company.
Patrick Daniel, Enbridge Inc. CEO, discusses his company's plans to invest nearly $4B in a new round of pipeline construction.
According to a CNBC survey, only 28% of Americans feel they are better off now, than they were four years ago. Andrew Puzder, CKE Restaurants CEO, discusses why he thinks Mitt Romney's economic plan is the best solution for the U.S. economy.
Richard Davis, US Bancorp chairman & CEO, discusses his company's commitment to getting veterans back into the workforce, and why his bank has been able to outperform the competition, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Michael Kneeland, United Rentals president & CEO, discusses how the downturn in the economy is benefiting his company because large construction firms are renting tools and equipment instead of buying them.
Stephen Cannon, Mercedez-Benz USA president & CEO, offers insight on marketing to a younger generation of consumers.
The housing market is very close to a bottom and there are already signs its improvement is giving the overall economy a boost, JPMorgan's Jamie Dimon told CNBC.
Ed Clark, CEO & president of TD Bank Group, explains how the bank will become the third largest retail bank in New York from its current No. 5 position. He also discusses how Basel III rules are affecting the bank's ability to raise capital.
Allergan filed applications with U.S. and European regulators for approval to sell Botox as a treatment for overactive bladders. David Pyott, chairman & CEO of Allergan, offers insight on Botox and its many uses.