Nigel Travis, Dunkin' Brands chairman and CEO, discussing if the hike in coffee prices is impacting the big coffee chains and the companies plans for expansion. Trader Tim Seymour explains why he short Dunkin' and long Starbucks.» Read More
CNBC's Simon Hobbs speaks to International Airlines Group CEO Willie Walsh about the company's restructuring, and its "positive" relationship with American Airlines.
Cerberus struck a $9 billion-plus deal to buy grocery giant Safeway—a tie-up that should be a win for the consumer.
Gary Burnison, Korn/Ferry International CEO, discuses jobs and hiring, and explains how his executive recruitment business helps his customers transform their company and gets workers to work together.
"We've had consistent job creation but not significant enough to bring down the unemployment problem," says Marc Morial, National Urban League president & CEO, with Ron Christie, Christie Strategies founder & CEO, discussing the jobs report and the strength of the U.S. economy.
Plug Power CEO Andy Marsh, discusses how his company has captured the interest of big corporations like Wal-Mart, BMW and Sysco. We always knew we were going to be successful, says Marsh.
Peter Weijmarshausen, Shapeways CEO, says his marketplace enables entrepreneurs to start businesses, as well as designers to collaborate directly with their clients on the products. He discusses what 3D printing makes possible.
Coupons.com CEO Steven Boal provides insight on the timing of its IPO, as well as what distinguishes his company from its competitors like Groupon.
David DeWalt, FireEye CEO, explains how his company is protecting businesses from cyberattacks, and discusses the acquisition of Mandiant. Right now we are focused on high-end growth and market share, says DeWalt.
The huge price tag for Facebook's acquisition of messaging service WhatsApp is hard to justify, but there is clearly value in the app's 450 million users, Blackstone told CNBC.
Thomas Rogers, TiVo president & CEO, shares his economic perspective on the U.S. economy and explains "Roamio" its latest product designed to help turn TiVo around.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer and Michael Ward, CSX CEO, discuss concerns about coal and the overall state of railroads. In the last two years we've lost $800 million in coal revenue, but we've made it back elsewhere, Ward says.
PC users are turning to tablets and smartphones, Rory Read, Advanced Micro Devices CEO, explains why his company is banking on the resurgence of gaming consoles.
On Deck is a real-time platform for Main Street business lending. Its CEO Noah Breslow, says his company is currently tracking 8 million businesses, and discusses how the company is regulated.
Nike's president and CEO, Mark Parker, says China is the No. 2 country for Nike in the world, and discusses the state of the U.S. consumer.
Nike just unveiled "The Magista," which is a high-top soccer cleat that uses the company's flyknit technology that will be used for the upcoming World Cup. Nike's President & CEO Mark Parker, says the players have voted with tremendous feedback.
James Dinan, Founder, Chairman, CEO and Managing Partner of York Capital Management, reveals his top holdings, and shares his thought on merger talks between Men's Wearhouse and Jos. A. Banks. Also a look at the future of Hertz.
James Dinan, Founder, Chairman, CEO and Managing Partner of York Capital Management, shares his investment strategies for successful investing.
James Dinan, Founder, Chairman, CEO and Managing Partner of York Capital Management, shares his thoughts on where he is seeing the best investment opportunities. We are increasingly moving into the European space, says Dinan.
James Dinan, Founder, Chairman, CEO and Managing Partner of York Capital Management, discusses his outlook on the market and whether stocks are fairly valued. Individual stocks are doing fairly well, says Dinan.
John Challenger, CEO of Challenger, Gray & Christmas, provides a look at the nation's current jobs picture. The report shows the financial sector had the heaviest job-cut activity.