Joseph Wolk, Johnson & Johnson CFO, joins CNBC's "Squawk on the Street" to discuss the company's earnings strength and the talc powder controversy.
CNBC's "Closing Bell" team is joined by John Shrewsberry, Wells Fargo CFO, to break down the bank's mixed Q4 earnings. Wells Fargo will operate under Federal Reserve growth cap until the end of the year.
President Trump took to Twitter Monday to again question the Federal Reserve's debate over raising interest rates. The last time a Fed chair bowed to a president over monetary policy was during the Nixon administration. A recession was the result.
When Warren Buffett bought back nearly $1 billion in Berkshire Hathaway stock, he based it on a share price trading below "intrinsic value." After 10 years of a bull market, intrinsic value is important, but not an easy concept to explain or master.
No-fee Robinhood hired Amazon veteran Jason Warnick as its first-ever chief financial officer.
Clifford Abrahams, CFO of ABN Amro, discusses the bank’s earnings and strategy.
Kathryn Mikells discusses Diageo's performance in China.
Guy Look of Sa Sa International says the retailer's global assortment of products gives it "a lot of grounds to play with" in mitigating any direct impact which could result from a possible trade war.
Guy Look of Sa Sa International says the company provides "very good value" and should be a retailer that benefits when the economic climate is weaker.
Scott Egan, CFO of RSA Insurance, discusses his attitude towards risk.
David Thomas discusses property prices and the U.K.'s planned withdrawal from the European Union.
Scott Egan, CFO of RSA Insurance, discusses the reaction among employers to Theresa May’s Brexit deal.
After a search that lasted nearly 10 months, Airbnb has hired Dave Stephenson as CFO. Stephenson spent over 17 years at Amazon, most recently as VP and CFO of Amazon's Worldwide Consumer Organization, responsible for all global website sales.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on the biggest risk companies are worried about.
US trade policy reemerged in the latest CNBC CFO survey as the top concern for chief financial officers. The White House may increase tariffs on most Chinese goods in January, and CFOs say the trade war will be a negative for their business in 2019.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average may fall another 2,000 points, to below 23,000, before it hits another record, according to an increasing number of chief financial officers surveyed by CNBC in the fourth quarter.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has a high approval rating among corporate chief financial officers. The same can't be said of President Donald Trump or his trade advisors, according to the latest CNBC Global CFO Council.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports on results from the CFO Council survey on trade policy, the Fed's chances of raising rates and market outlook.
Chief financial officers (CFOs) from some of the world's largest firms are unsure whether the U.K. will be thrust into the unknown post-Brexit, according to a new survey conducted by CNBC.
Ken Moelis spoke about how the art of the deal has changed — and the big debt problem he thinks will soon hit the market.