Mad Money's Jim Cramer takes a closer look at the American energy revolution with Rick Muncrief, WPX Energy president and CEO. Muncrief is confident its oil position will grow.» Read More
Cramer ventured a guess during Wednesday's Stop Trading!. Plus, a look at the recession's impact on the booze business. People drink more during hard times, right?
The president returned to Washington in the early hours of Wednesday morning, bringing his lengthy debut on the world stage—including his first stop in a war zone as commander in chief—to a close.
An interview with NYSE Euronext's Duncan Niederauer is just one of the anticipated highlights for Wednesday's special show.
As I walk around the New York Auto Show and talk with executives from GM, Toyota, and Chrysler there is one question you hear over and over: Are buyers actually coming back into showrooms?
It appears small firms are gobbling up top talent from TARP takers!
John Castellani, president of the Business Roundtable, sees a light at the end of the economic tunnel despite significant pressures that the global economy continues to put on U.S. businesses.
The chief executive of Goldman Sachs said the economic crisis has been "deeply humbling" for financial firms, and that banks receiving taxpayer money need to pay back the funds as soon as possible.
Motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson says its chief executive is retiring and will be replaced by an executive from car battery and interior maker Johnson Controls.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway issued a news release a short time ago to announce the Chairman and CEO of one of its jewelry retailers "has decided to resign effective today." Beryl Raff replaces Marvin Beasley as the top executive at Helzberg Diamond Shops. There's no mention of why he's resigned or his performance as CEO.
Remember when Ford shares touched $1.01 a few months back and people were speculating about when the troubled automaker was "forced" into bankruptcy? Those days seem like a distant memory.
President Barack Obama sought on Monday to rebuild ties with Turkey, a Muslim country with growing clout whose help Washington needs to solve confrontations from Iran to Afghanistan.
Citigroup on Monday took the "interim" out of Mike Corbat's title as chief executive of Citi Holdings, the business that includes the riskier assets at the big banking company.
In the week since President Obama's Auto Task Force decided GM and Chrysler were not viable, much of the focus has been on the future of GM, who runs the company, and how the country can save its largest auto maker.
I'm not really enjoying my "day off" so far here in rather gloomy, cool L.A. as I've been kept pretty busy trying to chase down the Dendreon story.
The Democratic-controlled Congress Thursday approved budget blueprints embracing President Barack Obama's agenda but leaving many hard choices until later and a government deeply in the red.
Leaders from around the globe made headway Thursday on tackling the world's worst financial crisis since the 1930s, with signs of agreements to give more money to the International Monetary Fund, clamp down on tax havens and tighten regulation over freewheeling hedge funds.
"If there is a secret to Dimon’s success, it may simply be this: unlike many Wall Street executives he has a capacity for continual, critical self-examination, both of himself and the organization he runs," writes author Patricia Crisafulli.
It was a mistake to take so much TARP money from the government and, unfortunately, it will take a while to pay back Ken Lewis, the chief executive of Bank of America, told CNBC Thursday.
Individual performance doesn't seem to matter when it comes to manager salaries. It's all about what the next guy makes.
March sales fell sharply for General Motors, Ford Motor and Chrysler, but not as much as industry analysts had feared for any of the companies. Sales of Japanese automobiles also fell, though less steeply than they did for U.S. automakers.