Henry Blodget, Business Insider editor-in-chief & CEO and CNBC's Jon Fortt, discuss Steve Ballmer's exit from Microsoft's board to run the L.A. Clippers.» Read More
Some readers will accuse me of finding any old excuse to write about Dendreon, which as I've blogged before always results in a spike in page views. But on a day when nearly all of biopharma is under pressure again due to market forces, it's truly worth calling attention...
Hasty takeovers, government bailouts, bankruptcy filings, CEO ousters and lots of interest rate cuts. Click for the big events of the big bust.
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CEO Clarence Otis tells us how his company is ready to emerge from this economic slowdown better than before.
The Bond kings react to the Fed leaving the interest rate unchanged at 2 percent, while Morgan Stanley reports strong earnings numbers. Following are today's top videos:
We're making progress, Bob Steel says, but there's still much work to be done.
Dick Fuld and Robert Willumstad missed plenty of chances to save their firms. Now one company is gone and the other is in danger of collapse.
Lehman Brothers filed for bankruptcy on Sunday to become the largest casualty of the global crisis, while Bank of America adds another slice to its growing financial services empire, buying Merrill Lynch in a $50 billion deal. Following are today's top videos:
But CEO Ray Milchovich is fighting back. Here's what he had to say.
Top economists discuss the fate of Lehman Brothers and how the company's outcome will affect the stock market while the CEO of Ford restructures his company—focusing on improving fuel mileage and efficiency. Plus, Hurricane Ike is expected to strike the southern US coast early on Saturday, bringing a massive storm surge that could prove fatal for those who have not left the area. Following are today's top videos:
If so, that might explain his actions over the past couple of days.
CEOs from various industries gathered to talk about the recent events in the economy and its affects on their companies. Watch the following videos for what each had to say.
Honeywell International Chief Executive David Cote said Friday there are signs that the global economy is slowing, but so far the trends remain "very good" for the company's business.
I finished my last ImClone Systems vs. Bristol-Myers Squibb entry asking what Bristol had to say about IMCL's claim of a mystery outbidder. Well, yesterday we found out in a press release from BMY.
When Ford CEO Alan Mulally sat down with me and the anchors of "Squawk Box" this morning, his candid comments about federal loans to automakers show congress is likely to lend the money. As I've said before, I think it's money well spent.
When S. Gopalakrishnan walked into the interview room, there was no fuss and fanfare. You can't help but think what a nice and humble man he is. But don't underestimate the soft-spoken CEO who co-founded Infosys 27 years ago.
Today marks the seventh year since the September 11 terrorist attacks—the Nymex and the White House obeserve a moment of silence to remember when the first plane hit the World Trade Center. Research in Motion's CEO talks about the company's new Blackberry—Bold. Following are today's top videos:
Lehman Brothers reported a record $3.93 billion quarterly loss, while top economists debated over the GSE takeover of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Following are today's top videos:
Andrew Littlefair says it's only a matter of time before American cars are running on this plentiful domestic natural resource.
The blogging CEO is not a new creature in the internet landscape – some members of the blogging CEO club have diligently posted since the days of the dot-com bust.