Ismael Pili, head of Financials Research, Asia at Macquarie Securities, says Bill Winters could push through the much-needed structural reforms in Standard Chartered when he takes over as chief executive in June.» Read More
The world's largest retailer has spawned this blog's biggest response ever! The anti-Wal-Mart emails (some 655, almost all I would say from Wal-Martwatch.com readers) keep pouring into the Retail Detail inbox. We'll continue to post your thoughts and responses so keep them coming. I've yet to hear from any on the pro Wal-Mart side.
What can I say? I love alliteration. But investors in the drugmaker are probably in no mood for a cute, clever turn of phrase. SGP is absolutely getting hammered this morning after coming in with third quarter earnings below expectations.
I watched the latest vote results from rank and file United Auto Workers at Chrysler and thought to myself, "what do these people want?" Through the weekend an estimated 11,000 UAW have rejected the tentative contract the union agreed to with Chrysler. Some 6,000 have voted in favor of it.
CtW Investment Group, a pension fund advisory group affiliated with seven labor unions, said it sent a letter to the board of Countrywide Financial, urging it to ask for the resignation of Chief Executive Angelo Mozilo, The Wall Street Journal said.
An ebbing tide may take all ships lower, but that doesn't mean the housing crisis is going to make people stop buying mattresses.
“Power Lunch” is in Philadelphia. Here's what some of the guests on the program are saying.
What's on the minds of today's chief executives? Here's a sampling of what CEOs are saying on CNBC.
Finally, at long last, someone in Detroit has seen the light. That someone is Chrysler president Jim Press, and what he's about to do is something executives in Detroit should have been doing for decades: Stop building cars/trucks/SUV's that don't sell.
There's no end in sight for the rise in crude oil prices, according to BP Capital CEO Boone Pickens.
Real estate developer and Trump Organization Chairman Donald Trump appeared on CNBC's "The Billionaire Inside" to offer his unique perspective on what it takes to be a tycoon.
Here's a look at what some CEOs are talking about on CNBC today:.
Citigroup denied speculation in the markets that embattled CEO Charles Prince had been asked to step down, a rumor that briefly sent Citi shares higher.
CBS Corp. said it has signed a new employment contract with Chief Executive Leslie Moonves that extends his term to 2011.
Bristol-Myers Squibb won U.S. approval Tuesday to sell a new drug called Ixempra for advanced breast cancer, the Food and Drug Administration said.
Boeing named Pat Shanahan as vice president and general manager of the 787 program, succeeding Mike Bair, who will become vice president of business strategy and marketing for commercial airplanes, both effective immediately.
BAE Systems Chief Executive Mike Turner will step down as CEO and leave the board in August 2008, Europe's largest defence company said on Tuesday.
Package delivery company United Parcel Service said Monday that Chief Financial Officer Scott Davis will replace Chief Executive Officer Mike Eskew, who will step down at the end of this year.
The response to the Ann Coulter blog streams in! From Roald M: "Miss Wells states very well what christians believe. Ann Coulter, as is her style, put christian beliefs in a way that meant to bring on discussion or comment, but believe me, was not mean spirited..
Children's Place Retails Stores' former chief executive hired a financial adviser to help him weigh a potential bid for the children's apparel retailer, according to a filing Monday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The earnings extravaganza begins Monday and lasts all week. Here's what to buy. Also, Cramer expects Citi's Chuck Prince to be gone soon. Investing can be confusing. Luckily, Cramer has mapped out some road rules for all you Home Gamers trying to navigate the jungle that is Wall Street. Think of it as "Mad Money 101" –- some fundamental advice to keep in mind as you play the market. Whether you're a first time investor or a seasoned financier, it's always good to remember the basics.