HONG KONG, July 23- Global derivatives trade group, the International Swaps and Derivatives Association, said on Wednesday it had appointed leading U.S. regulator Scott O'Malia as its chief executive.» Read More
A U.S. federal judge has temporarily blocked a former senior Bear Stearns executive from jumping to Morgan Stanley and recruiting clients and colleagues to follow him.
Bank of America said it has agreed to pay $28 million to Countrywide Financial Chief Operating Officer David Sambol to induce him to run the merged companies' consumer mortgage operations.
Vanguard founder and former CEO John Bogle told CNBC that he expects the stock market's meager returns to continue for some time. "Be mentally prepared for some pretty slovenly going--some subdued returns--for quite a few years," Bogle said.
Electronic Arts said Monday that Chief Financial Officer Warren Jenson will leave the video game publisher, which is pursuing a hostile takeover of rival Take-Two Interactive Software.
Three days before announcing that Bear Stearns' financial situation had substantially worsenend, chief executive Alan Schwartz told CNBC he is not aware of any imminent threat to the Wall Street investment bank's liquidity.
Chief executives of two of the nation's largest companies say focusing on environmental challenges is good business.
Northrop Grumman CEO Ronald Sugar says his company plans to build four factories in the United States as part of a partnership with European Aeronautic Defence and Space (EADS).
The chief executive of Bear Stearns told CNBC that despite recent market volatility, he is not aware of any imminent threat to the Wall Street investment bank's liquidity.
The president and chief executive of the Walt Disney Company says his company is not recession-proof, but it is positioned well enough to avoid being badly hurt in an downturn.
Despite signs of an economic pullback in the United States, Freeport McMoran Copper & Gold is not worried about its business. Why? China is likely to pick up the slack.
Billionaire investor Wilbur Ross says the current market downturn differs from previous slumps in that no American banks have yet failed this time, but he suggests that's about to change.
The stunning pay packages of executives at financial groups hammered by the U.S. mortgage crisis came in for stinging criticism from Democratic lawmakers and investor advocates at a congressional hearing Friday.
Countrywide Financial CEO Angelo Mozilo told a congressional panel Friday that he is "extremely concerned" that recent tightening of mortgage underwriting criteria has gone too far.
The heads of three companies implicated in the mortgage crisis have been asked to explain how they collectively received hundreds of millions of dollars in compensation while their companies were losing money.
Only 39 percent of big investors think the way U.S. companies reward top executives has helped improve corporate performance, and most believe that top managers have too much influence in setting their own pay, a new study has found.
CNBC's Squawk Box was in Miami this morning, and the Squawk crew interviewed Miami-based CEOs on everything from real estate to healthcare.
The slowing U.S. economy and high fuel prices don't scare Jeffrey Boyd, chief executive of Priceline.com. He told CNBC that the online travel-bargain company is doing just fine -- in America and worldwide.
The disclosure that losses from risky debt may be billions of dollars more than previously reported could eventually put CEO Martin Sullivan's job in jeopardy, people within the company told CNBC.
American International Group, the world's largest insurer, disclosed that the value of some of its risky debt portfolio plunged by $5.96 billion, not $1.6 billion as reported earlier.
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