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By: Ganesh Setty, special to CNBC.com
Democratic Party presidential candidates are talking about wealth inequality and corporate greed, but there is a lack of current focus on giving working Americans access to the best wealth generation tool: stock ownership. » Read More
By: Victor Li, Professor of Economics, Villanova School of Business
A Federal Reserve interest-rate cut is 100% expected by the market. It's the wrong Fed move. The right move? Doing nothing. » Read More
Jon Moeller, vice chairman, chief financial officer and chief operating officer at Procter & Gamble, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the company's fourth quarter results. » Read More
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.
The turnaround at Ford Motor is finally starting to take hold — but there is still a lot of work ahead, says CFO Bob Shanks.
Ford's big gains after its first-quarter earnings led the 116-year-old automaker to pass the market capitalization of Elon Musk's struggling electric-car maker, Tesla. The value of Tesla shares has fallen roughly 30% this year.
Geraldine Matchett says investors will be pleased with DSM's share buyback and dividend return.
Baris Oran of Sabanci Holdings discusses the Turkish economy.
Ford CFO Bob Shanks breaks down the company's strong earnings numbers on CNBC's "Closing Bell."
Coram Williams discusses Pearson's first-quarter earnings.
PayPal's Venmo is seeing huge growth, with 40 million users disclosed for the first time, but CFO John Rainey says the company is in no rush to generate profits from the millennial-focused, peer-to-peer payments app.
At the decade mark for the economic expansion, the Fed's capitulation to President Trump on interest rate hikes imperils the Fed more than the economy. But it can cause the next recession, argues former Fed economist Victor Li.
John Shrewsberry, Wells Fargo CFO, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss the company's morale following the departure of Wells Fargo CEO Tim Sloan. They also discuss the bank's earnings report and auto loans.
P&G is coming off a strong fiscal second quarter in which its bet on raising prices paid off, helping to drive sales past investors' expectations.
Jon Moeller, Procter and Gamble chief financial officer, joins "Squawk Box" to discuss the company's quarterly earnings, the state of the economy and white label products that compete with the company's brands.
PepsiCo earnings top expectations on earnings and revenue, thanks to continued growth internationally and by its Frito-Lay snack business.
Hugh Johnston, vice chairman and CFO of PepsiCo, joins CNBC's Sara Eisen to discuss the company's first quarter of 2019. The company beat both on the bottom and top lines.