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Wells Fargo CFO John Shrewsberry joins CNBC's "Closing Bell" to discuss the bank's earnings and outlook. » Read More
By: Meg Tirrell
Johnson & Johnson CFO Joseph Wolk joins "Squawk Box" and CNBC's Meg Tirrell to discuss the company's quarterly earnings, the company's legal battles and the business going forward. » Read More
By: Amelia Lucas
Johnston pointed to relatively neutral gas prices year over year as one "particularly positive" sign for consumer spending. » Read More
Clifford Abrahams of ABN Amro discusses Europe's banking sector.
Beyond Meat CFO Mark Nelson says that growth for the plant-based protein company is occurring everywhere from the U.S. to Canada and Europe, but it is in Asia that the need for alternative meat is "desperate."
Svetlana Demyashkevich, CFO of Russian food retailer X5, discusses the company's market share and expansion plans.
Mahendra Negi of Trend Micro discusses the impact of the US-China trade war and the increasing "friction" between politics and businesses.
Jim Cramer checks in with Cisco Systems CEO Chuck Robbins and CFO Kelly Kramer off the company's latest earnings report.
Not a single North American CFO on the CNBC Global CFO Council thinks that the Fed should cut interest rates, which President Trump is demanding.
The latest jobs report showed wage growth picking up steam and it is going to stay that way, with a majority of corporations telling CNBC that cost of labor will be by far their biggest cost in the next six months.
Geraldine Matchett discusses DSM's latest earnings numbers and U.S.-China trade tensions.
Melanie Kreis discusses Deutsche Post DHL Group's first-quarter earnings report.
Bed Bath & Beyond's board of directors is now majority female, more diverse and younger. But its activist investors are worried they lack the relevant skills and retail experience they need to turn around the struggling retailer.
CNBC's Frank Holland on the latest CFO council survey results.
Leaders of big corporations support some progressive policy proposals from Democratic candidates like Elizabeth Warren, such as increased funding for child care and mandatory paid maternity leave, according to the new CNBC Global CFO Council survey.
Stock markets around the world were caught by surprise when President Trump tweeted another tariff threat against China, but major corporations in the US recently surveyed by CNBC don't see an end to tariffs as a key issue in ending the trade war.
The United Kingdom is viewed by boardroom finance chiefs as the only global region with a "declining" outlook for its economy.
Imperial Brands' Oliver Tant discusses the tobacco firm's latest earnings numbers.
CNBC's Frank Holland reports on the latest results from CNBC's CFO Survey on how trade uncertainty may be affecting business.