Dhivya Suryadevara, CFO at General Motors, joins CNBC's Phil LeBeau to discuss the company's latest quarterly earnings results.
"We can put all the power of a bank branch and all the financial services in the palm of their hand," PayPal CFO John Rainey says of people who have mobile phones.
PayPal sees strong total payment volume growth, with a 64% year-over-year jump in Venmo payment volume.
Tesla raised more than $2 billion in stocks and bonds earlier this year, but its shares remain down substantially in 2019 as it gets set to report Q3 earnings on Wednesday.
Jon Moeller, chief operating officer and chief financial officer at Procter & Gamble, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the company's first quarter earnings results.
IBM's revenue fell for the fifth quarter in a row, even with contributions from its recent Red Hat deal.
IBM CFO James Kavanaugh discusses the company's earnings beat and explains issues with the company's revenues.
John Shrewsberry, CFO of Wells Fargo and member of CNBC's Global CFO Council, joins "Closing Bell" to discuss the bank's earnings, loan growth, incoming CEO Charles Scharf and more.
Johnson & Johnson CFO Joseph Wolk joins "Squawk Box" to break down the company's quarterly earnings results.
Recession fears have been dragging down the markets, but PepsiCo CFO Hugh Johnston says the consumer is still healthy.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin says the CEOs of major companies who signed the Business Roundtable's new statement on the purpose of a corporation made a mistake. He's not the only one.
A Federal Reserve rate cut at the end of this week's two-day FOMC meeting is considered a "lock" by the market, but chief financial officers of major corporations still harbor doubts about whether lowering interest rates is necessary.
Executives typically have confidence that their stocks are undervalued, but right now the view from chief financial officers about the next big move in the Dow is telling. U.S. CFOs lack conviction on current stock market value.
CNBC's Frank Holland delivers the results of The Global CFO Council for the third quarter, which shows CFOs downgrading the current economic situation.
Most U.S. CFOs think U.S. trade policy will be bad for business over the next six months, according to the third quarter CNBC Global CFO Council survey.
More than two-thirds of chief financial officers at big U.S. corporations think Donald Trump will be reelected President of the United States in 2020. One reason: A similar percentage of CFOs do not think the country will fall into a recession.
Demand for cloud computing and related services in Saudi Arabia will likely be spurred by initiatives such as smart cities, says Luka Mucic of SAP.
More than 50% of executives in the EMEA region now see the U.K. leaving Europe on October 31 with no future trading arrangement in place.
Apple and Disney issued bonds this week in a $75 billion debt market rush after big yield declines in August made debt refinancing too good to pass up. With the markets a mess, there's a money lesson: control what you can and be opportunistic.