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GE CEO, Jeffrey Immelt, discusses general global trends, adding "the economic recovery will be volatile," He explains why he believes natural gas is going to be a long term trend. Also, Immelt and Warren Buffett, weigh in on the fiscal cliff and its impact on the economy.
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway CEO, weighs in on what Berkshire Hathaway is doing to create jobs, adding "we'll probably add another 10,000 or 15,000 jobs on acquisitions" this year.
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway CEO, discusses his long-range investment strategy, and weighs in on IBM.
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway CEO, weighs in on the Federal Reserve's decision to issue another round of quantitative easing; adding, he has "enormous respect" for Bernanke but has concerns over "expanding the balance sheet of the Fed."
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway CEO, discusses the global slowdown, saying the stock market is generally the best place for investors to have their money.
Andrew Liveris, President, Chairman & CEO of Dow Chemical, talks about the company's restructuring plan that includes plant closures and jobs cut. Liveris blames a slowdown in the global economy for the new plan.
Bill McDermott, Co-CEO of SAP, discusses how cloud computing, mobile use, and SAP's HANA software is driving the company's growth.
ISIS Pharmaceuticals founder, chairman & CEO Stanley Crooke, offers insight on the status of his company's drug Kynamro, and the competition in the pharmaceutical industry.
PPG Industries chairman & CEO Charles Bunch, discusses how he works to keep his commodity chemical business consistent and a "specialty company" in a volatile and cyclical industry.
Coach shares jumped on strong Q1 sales and profit numbers. Lew Frankfort, Coach chairman & CEO, discusses strong consumer acceptance of the company's products globally, and his agenda for Coach going forward.
Chet Helck, CEO of the Global Private Client Group at Raymond James Financial, discusses the impact of economic and regulatory reform on the markets, and how to restore investor confidence.
Scott Wine, Polaris Industries CEO, discusses the difference between the two presidential candidates.
Freeport-McMoran CEO Richard Adkerson discusses the direction he is taking his company, and when asked about continued access to copper amid tough governmental regulations, he said, "We have enormous reserves and resources of copper."
Eric Wiseman, VF Corp. CEO, talks about his company's third quarter earnings, and how he manages risk.
Douglas Lebda, Lending Tree founder & CEO, weighs in on why some homeowners are finding it hard to take advantage of all-time low mortgage rates and gain access to cheap home loans.
Doug Oberhelman, Caterpillar chairman & CEO, discusses his company's third quarter earnings and how uncertainty in China and the U.S. elections is slowing growth.
Cyrus Massoumi, CEO of ZocDoc, discusses how his company's high-tech features allow patients to fill out medical forms online in advance, and check-in before arriving at the doctor's office.
American Electric Power president and CEO Nick Akins, discusses the state of his business, the natural gas boom, and what the industrial heartland renaissance in Ohio means for the United States.
Timken president and CEO James Griffith, discusses ways in which his company has transformed in the last decade. "We transformed the company by shifting from a product strategy to a market strategy," he explains.
BB&T profits were up but missed its expectations. Shares of the company dropped after the miss. Kelly King, chairman & CEO of BB&T Corporation, discusses the procedure for his company's earnings release, and its Q3 results.