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Peter Kraus, AllianceBernstein chairman & CEO, and Dan Ryan, PwC Regulatory Advisory Practice chairman, discuss criticism of the Volcker rule which is set to take effect in less than five months.
CNBC's Seema Moody reports on heightened interest in treating rare diseases as more patents expire. BioMarin Pharmaceutical is one of the leaders in this space, and its CEO Jean-Jacques Biename, weighs in.
The S&P biotech index is up 13% so far this year. Richard Pops, Alkermes chairman & CEO, offers insight on what's behind the biotech surge.
Elliot Weissbluth, HighTower CEO discusses how he is attracting top talent away from Wall Street.
Insight on the FDA clearing Idenix to resume study of its advanced experimental hepatitis C drug, with Ronald Renaud, Idenix president/CEO.
Today is the biggest selling day of the year, explains Jim Goldman, Godiva Chocolatier president/CEO, who discusses the products that are sold and the cost of cocoa prices.
Magnum Hunter is engaged in the acquisition of oil and natural gas producing properties and leases, and exploratory drilling of onshore U.S. assets. Gary Evans, the company's chairman and CEO, discusses Magnum's rapid growth and where it's headed.
Insight on Group One Automotive's stock performance and whether the improving economy has caused sales to rise, with Earl Hesterberg, Group 1 Automotive president/CEO.
The chief executive of Gulf Oil sees gasoline approaching $4 a gallon this summer despite declining demand as more refineries close and tensions heat up in the Middle East.
Discussing his future energy deals and an outlook on natural gas, with Floyd Wilson, Halcon Resources chairman, president/CEO.
The Securities Industry & Financial Markets Association filed five letters to the Federal Reserve this morning, urging changes to the Volcker Rule. Tim Ryan, president & CEO of SIFMA, discusses.
Gas prices reach record-breaking levels even as demand has been declining, with Joe Petrowski, CEO of Gulf Oil.
Fisker Automotive is vowing it will survive after months of coming under fire for taking government loans and struggling to roll out its cars, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau and Henrik Fisker, Fisker Automotive CEO.
Hasbro's Q4 profits slip on weaker demand over the holidays. In an effort to breathe new life into decades-oid brands, Hasbro is turning board games into apps, videogames and movies, with Brian Goldner, Hasbro CEO.
Jim Miller, PPL chairman & CEO, discusses better-than-expected Q4 results.
The world's top toy maker Mattel will unveil how it is using technology to entertain toddlers, with Bryan Stockton, CEO of Mattel.
LinkedIn reports its revenue more than doubled in the fourth quarter. Jeff Weiner, CEO of LinkedIn, discusses earnings.
Discussing government's role in regulation and investing, with Randall Stephenson, AT&T chairman/CEO. Stephenson weighs on the overhang on business due uncertainty in tax policy and regulations.
The events of 2012, including Olympics, the World Cup, and the election are adding advertising dollars more so than any other year, says Sir. Martin Sorrell WPP CEO.
We entered into the T-Mobile transaction in order to address the spectrum exhaust situation and now the government has decided that they didn't want that transaction to go through, says Randall Stephenson, AT&T chairman/CEO. Stephenson says the government will now need to step in and going to have to do something to put more spectrum in the marketplace.