Shire CEO Flemming Ornskov, discusses the company's break up with AbbVie, tax inversion rules, and proceeding as an independent company.» Read More
Howard Schultz, Starbucks CEO, explains how his company's margins will grow by offering customers single cup servings at home.
Richard O'Brien, CEO of Newmont Mining, explains why gold miners are trailing behind gold metal prices as well as how high he believes the precious metal could go.
Andrew Mason, Groupon founder, says growth is slowing but still up 50 percent year over year.
Kerry Trainor, Vimeo CEO, discusses two new features his website offers that helps creators earn money from their films and videos.
"Nothing in the Chicago School System is going to change after this," explains Jack Welch, Jack Welch Management Institute founder, weighing in on the likely outcome of the teachers' walkout.
"This QE3 -- has more language to it than it does money," says Jack Welch, Jack Welch Management Institute founder, discussing the latest round of quantitative easing from the Fed and its impact on jobs creation and business decisions.
Jack Welch, Jack Welch Management Institute founder, weighs in on the challenges facing Romney's campaign, and discusses what the GOP candidate needs to do to win. "He's got to take America and paint 2016, with him there and with Obama there," and compare and contrast his tax plan, views on regulations, and energy program.
AT&T Wireless' CEO Ralph de la Vega, discusses how record pre-order sales of the iPhone 5 are helping his company.
Yammer founder/CEO and Silicon Valley investor David Sacks talks to CNBC's Julia Boorstin about the new rules for startups. Sacks just sold his company to Microsoft for $1.2 billion.
Robert DeMartini, New Balance president and CEO, explains how a change in U.S. trade policy could force him to shutdown factories and lay off workers.
What will Bernanke do? Russell Goldsmith, City National Bank chairman & CEO, discusses whether additional QE will be announced later today.
"What works well is paying attention to extraordinary detail and not growth, for growth sake," says Millard Drexler, chairman & CEO of J.Crew, discussing what he finds works in growing his business.
Philip Purcell, former chairman & CEO of Morgan Stanley, discusses whether he thinks breaking up the big banks would do wonders for shareholders.
"We think that as long as we give consumers the breath of choice that we give, the package deals, et cetera, on Expedia.com, we'll have consumers coming to us and we'll have lots of airline and hotel partners," says Dara Khosrowshahi, Expedia CEO, discussing whether airlines are "boxing out" online travel websites. The interview was interrupted by Secretary of State Clinton's speech on events in Libya.
"I think it was greed and malfeasance," says Richard Kovacevich, former Wells Fargo chairman & CEO, explaining how a relatively small group of banks cause the crisis by increasing subprime mortgage lending.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer speaks to Campus Crest Communities co-founder & CEO Ted Rollins, about its dividend plans, and the state of college enrollment and its competitive advantage in the construction space.
Robert Benmosche, AIG CEO, offers insight on the future of AIG after it has paid off the government at a profit to taxpayers.
Gold mining execs are trying to pressure investors that miners are still the place to be despite a tough year. Mark Cutifani, AngloGold Ashanti CEO, offers insight.
Jamie Sokalsky, Barrick Gold CEO, weighs in on what's driving up gold prices, and how the company plans to pay back shareholders through an increase in dividends.
"Why am I for Romney? Because I think he'll do more for public education than Obama will," explains Kenneth Langone, Invemed Associates chairman and president, discussing the importance of fixing the nation's public education system, with Richard Grasso, former CEO of the New York Stock Exchange.