Discussing the importance of social media for business, what to expect from the holiday travel season ahead, and $1 billion worth of projects at his company, with Loews Hotels Chairman Jonathan Tisch.
Loews Hotels Chairman Jonathan Tisch, a "born optimist," thinks mayor-elect Bill de Blasio understands business is the "engine that creates jobs." He also discusses preparation for Super Bowl XLVIII. "This is the New York/New Jersey Super Bowl," he says.
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Jonathan Tisch, Loews Hotels chairman, discusses his reaction to reports the IRS spent millions of dollars on employee conferences and whether cutting back on those conferences will impact the hotel industry.
The quest for the next Berkshire Hathaway — no matter how hopeless, no matter how far — continues. TheStreet.com reports.
Jonathan Tisch, Loews Hotels chairman, discusses the need to implement visa reform to help boost tourism in the United States.
James Tisch, Loews Corporation president and CEO, shares his final thoughts on the ADP employment report. "I think the reason for the stock market rally is because of the quantitative easing, and people can't find any place to put their money," he says.
"Right now there is an inflation story to be told," said James Tisch, Loews Corporation president and CEO, discussing what he is seeing in his businesses, and weighing in on the demand for offshore drilling.
James Tisch, president and CEO of Loews Corporation, discusses the major headlines this morning, including JPMorgan's $2 billion trading loss, Nissan earnings and China's economy.
As Home Depot reports earnings, Brian Nagel, Oppenheimer & Co. , explains how the company has managed to take market from rival Loews.
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Discussing how corporate tax reform would be a big win for business, with James Tisch, Loews Corporation CEO.
Loews has its foot in many different sectors of the economy. Insight on areas where the company is seeing growth and where it's seeing decline, with James Tisch, Loews president/CEO.