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Warren Buffett should consider buying AutoNation (AN) to add to his portfolio of companies, says Mario Gabelli, Chairman and CEO of GAMCO Investors and Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A).
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.A) CEO Warren Buffett says even though IBM has underperformed the market, he has no regrets buying IBM instead of Apple shares.
Mike Searles, CEO of Berkshire Hathaway-owned (BRK.A) Benjamin Moore, says working for Warren Buffett is 'an honor and a privilege' and a dream come true.
Fiat Chrysler can't seem to entice a buyer for itself, and its CEO Sergio Marchionne is having a difficult time convincing his industry there is a need for consolidation.
Airline investors are finally getting a dedicated exchange traded fund with the release of the U.S. Global Jets ETF (JETS), said Frank Holmes, CEO of U.S. Global Investors.
STK restaurants are seeing international growth due to a nontraditional recipe of building steakhouses around the bar and DJ booth, said Jonathan Segal, CEO of The ONE Group.
Companies need to rethink their supply chains, said Justin Dillon, CEO of Made in a Free World.
For years, Jean Case and her husband Steve have been invested in impact investing, but in the past twelve months, acceleration has been huge.
Currency headwinds were not strong enough to hold back growth in Sealed Air's hygiene and food care businesses, said the company's CEO Jerome Peribere.
Often called an entitled generation, the millennial generation is a force we should all be listening to, says author David Burstein.
President & CEO of The International Medical Corps, Nancy Aossey, says that the damage done by the earthquake in Nepal is unquantifiable.
Seth Merrin, Founder & CEO of Liquidnet, says that market structure needs an overhaul, investors have lost confidence and that the system has been destabilized.
Leading the charge for sustainable growth are powerful names like Walmart (WMT), Yahoo! (YHOO), Google (GOOG) and Microsoft (MSFT).
Human beings are ultimately behind corporate hackings, so cyber-security firms need to employ the best trained people to beat them at their own game.
Akamai delivered strong first quarter results despite foreign currency headwinds and is seeing huge gains in its security business in the wake of repeated system attacks.
Executives in the News
Legendary investor Warren Buffett still holds onto IBM, despite its underperformance. He says he has no regrets over not owning Apple.
Benjamin Moore CEO Michael Searles explains why running a Berkshire Hathaway-owned company is an 'honor and a privilege.'
When a woman wins a national election it makes a 'great difference,' says the founder of the Cherie Blair Foundation and wife of the former U.K. prime minister.
Ford expects to have its F-150 and Edge SUV production plants in high gear later this year, potentially turning an earnings miss into a strong second half.
Foot Locker's sales growth is on a tear. Outgoing chairman Ken Hicks talks about how the retailer plans to reach $10 billion in sales by 2020.
While Box counts General Electric and Toyota among its biggest customers, it isn't competing with Dropbox or Google Drive for individual users, said CEO Aaron Levie.
Jim Moffatt, CEO of Deloitte Consulting, says growth remains a concern in corporate board rooms, which is one reason why dealmaking will continue throughout 2015.
Chipotle has launched an Apple Watch app, quickly moving to take advantage of the device's cool factor. The smartwatch app marks a change of pace for the burrito giant.
Jack Gerard, CEO of the American Petroleum Institute, says those in Washington have the power to make the U.S. the epicenter of the global energy market.
Dunkin' Donuts delivered better-than-expected sales and earnings for the first quarter, sending shares higher. CEO Nigel Travis discusses what's working.
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