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The co-founder of John Paul Mitchell hair products and Patron Spirits, has his ear to the floor when it comes to consumer health.
The CEO of Berkshire Hathway's Brooks unit says retail is 'bumpy' and consumers are gravitating to lower priced footwear.
Benjamin Moore's CEO is optimistic about the year and says consumers are spending on home improvement despite some concerns about the economy.
Value investor Mario Gabelli says Berkshire Hathaway's second-quarter results should be better than the first quarter.
Warren Buffett walked the convention floor before the start of the annual Berkshire Hathaway meeting.
America may be running on Dunkin' again after the coffee chain reported a two percent same store sales increase.
Ad spending in the U.S. will benefit from this year's presidential campaign, according to WPP's CEO Sir Martin Sorrell.
Shares of Ford Motor are higher in Thursday's trading session after the automaker posted its best quarterly results ever.
Jim Cramer is bullish on Abbott Laboratories' acquisition of St. Jude Medical.
Panera Bread is set up for long term, expanded earnings growth according to CEO Ron Shaich.
Jim Cramer says there are still a lot of questions around Valeant, which named a new CEO, Joseph Papa today.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has done a fantastic job transforming the software giant, but he was slow in growing the company's cloud business this quarter.
McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook is an amazing manager and is pushing all the right buttons, says Jim Cramer.
GE CEO Jeff Immelt has a good story to tell about his aerospace business even if oil and gas remains challenged, says Jim Cramer.
Jim Cramer says Under Armour's latest quarterly report was excellent and the sports apparel maker's CEO is building a great company.
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After years of struggles, handbag maker Coach is being reborn.
After a rare tough stretch for Panera's stock in 2014, sales and shares have rebounded as founder and CEO Ron Shaich's pursues his vision for 'Panera 2.0.'
Pharmaceutical veteran Carrie Cox was highlighted by TheStreet as a great addition to any board of directors. She shares her thoughts on what it means to be a good director.
David Cote wants his legacy to be more than just that he led Honeywell's stock higher by 418% during his almost 15-year tenure -- although he's proud of that, too.
Former CEO of Cisco discusses what the company is doing to prevent its own demise.
As the new CEO of drugmaker Celgene, Mark Alles relies on skills he learned in the military, such as leading by example and showing respect for colleagues.
Even during tough times in the energy industry, PG&E CEO Tony Earley said his military experience prepared him for the pressures of being a leader.
The rapidly-expanding better burger chain had some pretty humble beginnings, and CEO Randy Garutti has been there right from the start.
Universal Health Services' CEO Alan Miller said the company is not only buying back stock. It has bigger plans.
Fresh off a much better-than-expected fourth quarter, TheStreet talks with Abercrombie & Fitch's CEO about who its target customer is now and the company's plans for 2016.
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