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Philippe Laffont, Coatue Management founder and portfolio manager, shares his outlook on major tech trends as the industry shifts to mobile.
Gregg Steinhafel, chairman and CEO of Target, gives his personal account of what the data breach meant to him. "My heart sank when I heard the news," Steinhafel revealed.
Randall Stephenson, chairman & CEO at AT&T, shares his company's strategy to compete in the mobile space, as the smartphone industry rapidly expands.
Brent Saunders, president and CEO at Forest Labs, explains how his company is taking the pharma world by storm and weighs in on several new products in the pipeline.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau talks with General Motor's incoming CEO Mary Barra, about the recall of 370,000 Chevy Silverado's. '"We're going to do the right thing for the customer and take care of the situation," Barra says.
Customers can change their PIN or get a new card, says Gregg Steinhafel, Target chairman & CEO, explaining what consumers can do to address any lingering security concern they may have regarding the recent data breach at its U.S. based stores. We are doing everything we can to earn the trust back from our customers, says Steinhafel.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau talks with General Motor's incoming CEO Mary Barra, about the roll out of several new vehicles at GM that feature "knockout styling" and new technology.
Robert Greifeld, Nasdaq OMX Group CEO, discusses the current force driving the tech sector and provides his thoughts on the tech IPO landscape for this year.
Gregg Steinhafel, Target chairman & CEO, explains how his company's own credit card was spared from the data breach that impacted millions of other customers.
David Wessel, Brookings Institution and Glenn Hutchins, Silver Lake Partners co-founder, shares their thoughts on why Congress needs to fix the long-term deficit problem and redesign government benefit problems.
Glenn Hutchins, Silver Lake Partners co-founder, shares his perspective on why security issues like those surrounding Target's data breach is going to be an ongoing problem within the retail sector. And weighs in on efforts to improve the nation's fiscal and monetary policies.
In his first interview since Target acknowledged the massive cyber theft of customer information, CEO Gregg Steinhafel said he's had "sleepless nights" but vowed to "make it right."
For the first time since the security breach was announced on Dec. 19, Target Chairman and CEO Gregg Steinhafel is speaking out.
Macy's boss Terry Lundgren tells CNBC there's no evidence that his retailer has been subject to the kind of cyberattacks experienced at Target and Neiman Marcus.
Despite the embarrassing problem, Chevrolet's Silverado won Truck of the Year at the Detroit Auto Show.
Gregg Steinhafel, Target chairman & CEO discusses the company's response when it first learned of its massive security breach and how it worked with banks to notify and protect customers.
Gregg Steinhafel, Target chairman & CEO explains how his company intends to learn from the security breach that compromised around 110 million customers and implement changes that will allow the company to become a better retailer."
CNBC's Phil LeBeau talks with Ludwig Willisch,CEO of BMW North America, about the automaker's new M235i and M228i vehicles set to launch in the first quarter of this year.
Steve Sadove, former Saks chairman & CEO, and Matthew Shay, NRF CEO, discuss why it's time to move to new technology to enhance credit card safety and protect customer safety
Gregg Steinhafel, Target chairman & CEO, explains why it is now time to upgrade the nation's standard level of security on credit and debit cards with new microchip technology.
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