Jan 28- McDonald's Corp said Chief Executive Don Thompson would retire at the end of February and be succeeded by Steve Easterbrook, the company's chief brand officer. Maybe in the timing but not the action, "Sanford Bernstein analyst Sara Senatore said. Thompson, 51, joined the company in 1990 as an electrical engineer and went on to become president of...» Read More
Patrick Daniel, Enbridge CEO, discusses major growth opportunities in pipeline infrastructure and how Enbridge is positioned to profit from it, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Niccolo De Masi, Glu CEO, discusses the outlook for online gaming; its partnerships with Google and Apple; and the profit-driven success of new titles like, "Blood and Glory", and "Contract Killer".
Volatile trading and tougher regulations took their toll on Barclays in 2011. Bob Diamond, Barclays PLC chief executive, offers his view for 2012.
Laurence Fink, BlackRock chairman & CEO, says there could be serious repercussions for investors not getting into the stock market: "The biggest risks for investors are not making decisions," he tells CNBC's Maria Bartiromo.
Use dividend paying stocks to hedge bond exposure, says Alan Reid, Forward CEO. He also explains why he likes CF Industries and Komatsu stock.
Patrick Doyle, Domino's Pizza CEO, discusses DPZ's earnings beat, the importance of social media to his business, and how he was able to turnaround the company, with Mad Money's Jim Cramer.
Douglas Yearley, Toll Brothers CEO, discusses his outlook on the housing market and whether the bottom is in place. Also, the Fast Money traders have the play in the home builders space.
Prices are going to get much higher, according to Joe Petrowski, Gulf Oil CEO, who says the U.S. east coast will feel the pain of price the most because of the reduction in oil refineries in that region.
Greece has been sacrificed in order to build a firewall and the cost is a society that has to deal with tremendous austerity, according to Mohamed El-Erian, Pimco co-chief investment officer/CEO, who also believes the package will fail.
B&G Foods reports net sales of $150 million Q4 2011, an increase of 5.7% from last year. Mad Money host Jim Cramer asks David Wenner, B&G Foods CEO, about the power of the price tag.
Leon Cooperman, Omega Advisors chairman & CEO, discusses why he thinks Treasury bonds are a bad bet for investors; investing in dividend-yielding stocks; the direction of commodities; and his strategy for the foreseeable future.
The NYSE-Deutsche Borse deal has collapsed so where will growth come from in 2012? Duncan Niederauer, NYSE Euronext CEO, discusses: "I believe it can't just be about austerity," he says. "It's about how we deploy our capital."
Leland Wilson, Vivus CEO, discusses the optimist outlook for his company after an FDA panel backed its new diet drug, Qnexa; marketing strategies for the new product; and whether his company is now a potential takeover target, with the Fast Money traders.
Discussing how eBay is adapting to the rise in mobile shopping, with John Donahoe, eBay president/CEO.
Weighing in on why he thinks Simpson/Bowles will pass Congress, with Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman/CEO. Buffett also discusses GOP candidate Mitt Romney's tax return and says he faults the U.S. Congress to allow such a low tax rate for the super wealthy.
Around the world banks are not in good shape but the American banking system has had a remarkable comeback in the last three years, says Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman/CEO. Buffett says if he had to own just one bank it would be Wells Fargo.
Insight on his decision to buy the Omaha World-Herald and why big businesses are doing well and the economy is coming back, though slower in home construction, with Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman/CEO. There are all kinds of opportunities in the United States and we have the cash to take advantage of those opportunities, Buffett adds.
People have generally thought that people with combined average income of $270 million were probably paying a rate that was equal, according to Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman/CEO. The code has shifted into the favor of the extremely wealthy, he says.
Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman/CEO says that buying single family homes is a great way to short the dollar.
Responding to New Jersey governor Chris Christie's comment about sending in a check, Warren Buffett, Berkshire Hathaway chairman/CEO says "it is a touching response to $1.2 trillion deficit, that the American people will just send in checks and take care of it." Buffett says the American economy is resilient, adding, "this economy works wonderfully, and it is coming back from a terrible shock in the Fall of 2008 but look how far its come back."