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We believe there will be sustainable opportunities in India's infrastructure space, says R Shankar Raman, CFO at Larsen & Toubro. » Read More
Clifford Abrahams discusses ABN AMRO’s earnings. The bank reported a net profit of $799 million in the second quarter this year but also reported cutting 250 jobs from its corporate side. » Read More
Verizon created Oath as a subsidiary to house AOL and Yahoo, but former Yahoo CFO Ken Goldman says the better strategy is for the telecom giant to spin off 20 percent of AOL and Yahoo, while retaining an 80 percent stake. » Read More
Ken Goldman, former Yahoo CFO, speaks with the "Squawk Box" crew about the state of the tech sector.
U.S. currency in circulation continues to climb even as Square and PayPal boom,and Amazon e-commerce grabs increasing retail market share. Cash is still king, and even mobile payment CEOs don't argue against it.
Apple is the first US company to surpass a $1 trillion market cap. Getting to the next Apple trillion? There's an under-the-radar pricing trend that the company's CFO said will help future earnings: Semiconductor chip prices are fast falling.
Coram Williams speaks about his expectations for the second half of the year, saying that "the key selling season is ahead of us."
Karim Hajjar, Solvay CFO, speaks about the impact of foreign exchange on the Belgian chemicals firm's latest earnings report.
Richard Peretz, UPS CFO, discusses the company's quarterly earnings as part of CNBC's Global CFO Council.
Eivind Kallevik discusses Norsk Hydro's earnings and production in Brazil.
John Shrewsberry, Wells Fargo CFO, explains why his bank lagged behind in earnings.
The new 25 percent tariffs in place on American jeans in the European Union and a trade war with China could spell trouble for Levi Strauss & Co. and other iconic American brands.
Hugh Johnston, PepsiCo CFO, breaks down the company's quarterly results.
Starbucks CFO and executive vice president Scott Maw will retire in November.
With a tit-for-tat trade war looming, CFOs from the world's largest firms are growing seriously concerned, according to the latest CNBC Global CFO Council survey.
Paying down debt and employee bonuses saw the biggest spending increases from corporations thanks to the Trump tax cuts.
Italy's new right-wing government is giving global executives concern their business and the wider economy.
Michael Schlotman, Kroger Company CFO, reacts to the company's most recent earnings report.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the latest results from the CNBC CFO Council.