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By: Jim Cramer
Jim Cramer and PayPal CFO John Rainey break down the financial technology company's strong earnings and the "inflection point" in its millennial-focused payment app, Venmo. » Read More
IBM CFO James Kavanaugh discusses IBM's third quarter earnings, which missed revenue expectations and prompted the stock to fall, as well as the impact of the trade war on IBM's business. » Read More
Joseph Wolk, Johnson and Johnson CFO, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the company's quarterly earnings. CNBC's Meg Tirrell also joins the panel.
John Shrewsberry, Wells Fargo CFO and a member of the CNBC Global CFO Council member, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss the company's third quarter earnings and expectations for the next quarter.
Analysts and tech insiders saw Friar's departure as a major blow to Square, whose CEO Jack Dorsey also runs Twitter.
More people are changing jobs because that is a way to get an increase in your wage level, says Paul Venables, finance director at Hays.
The cannabis industry has attracted attention from food and beverage giants like Constellation Brands and Coca-Cola.
PepsiCo CFO Hugh Johnston discusses the snack and beverage giant's quarterly earnings beat with CNBC's Sara Eisen and the "Squawk on the Street" team.
Karim Hajjar discusses Solvay’s financial results and worries of increased global protectionism.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports the latest results of CNBC's Global CFO Council Survey to see what executives are feeling about trade tensions.
Three-quarters of CFOs expect U.S. trade policy will negatively impact their companies in the coming month, according to the latest CNBC Global CFO Council survey. They are making contingency plans and moving operations as a heated trade war looms.
More than 45 percent of executives cite consumer demand as their No. 1 risk. This replaces U.S. trade policy as the chief concern in boardrooms around the world.
CNBC's 'Squawk Box' team reports on the Global CFO Council survey results asking how corporations are bracing for trade tensions.
More than 45 percent of executives cite consumer demand as their No. 1 risk, according to a new CNBC survey. This replaces U.S. trade policy as the chief concern in boardrooms around the world.
Michael Schlotman, Kroger CFO, discusses the grocery operator's quarterly earnings.
As the global economy increasingly runs on technology-enabled rails and every company becomes a tech company, C-suite execs across all sectors worry that access to software developer talent is more of a threat to their success than access to capital.
The ride-hailing company has been trying to tighten up its finances as it prepares to go public next year.
We believe there will be sustainable opportunities in India's infrastructure space, says R Shankar Raman, CFO at Larsen & Toubro.