Insight on the donations rolling into Haiti and how Wall Street is making a big contribution, with Art Hogan, Jefferies global equity product director.
Teva is donating medicine to Haiti in the quake's aftermath, with William Marth, Teva Pharmaceutical North America CEO and CNBC's Mike Huckman.
Office Depot has had first-hand experience with natural disasters, with Steve Odland, Office Depot chairman & CEO.
An update on the recovery efforts in Haiti, with CNBC's Scott Cohn and discussing how one investor did not lose money in the crisis, with Denis O'Brien, Digicel founder/chairman.
Microfinance can play a big role in helping quake-hit Haiti get back on its feet, says Alex Counts, president, CEO & founder of the Grameen Foundation. He explains more to Gerard Lyons of Standard Chartered, CNBC's Amanda Drury, Sri Jegarajah & Martin Soong.
One week after the earthquake in Haiti, donations to the relief effort have surged past $210 million, according to the latest tally by the Chronicle of Philanthropy. That puts the pace of giving well ahead of the effort following the 2004 Asian Tsunami, but behind the $457 million raised in the week following Hurricane Katrina.
Corporate donations to the relief effort in Haiti now total more than $106 million according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, surpassing the $100 million in aid initially pledged by the U.S. government.
With so many consumers reaching for their phones to make a donation to help victims of the earthquake in Haiti, the response could be seen as a small breakthrough for the use of mobile payments.