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Alcoa CEO Klaus Kleinfeld talks with NBR about his company and his outlook for the auto, aerospace and construction sectors.
Joe Hinrichs, President of Ford North America, discusses the latest trends at the NY Auto Show.
The CEO of Buffalo Wild Wings talks about how her company is gearing up for the annual basketball tournament.
Coca-Cola’s CEO talks about the consumer and their spending habits.
Susie interviews the man running Coca-Cola, the largest beverage company in the world. He weighs in on current headlines altering our markets: Cyprus, the banking crisis and more.
The head executive of the world’s largest bond fund talks about what the crisis in Cyprus means for the U.S. economy.
PIMCO ‘s CEO and Co-CIO, Mohamed El-Erian on why Cyprus matters.
Home Depot unveils its new products for Spring 2013, and Martha Stewart talks about the consumer mood.
Carly Fiorina, the former Chairman and CEO of Hewlett-Packard talked with NBR about women, work and having it all.
PIMCO’s Bill Gross New Bullish Call
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The US consumer is in the mood for cars and a new burst of hiring is going on in healthcare.
This CEO has a front seat view on the changing spending habits of the U.S. driver.
Tonight on NBC an interview with General Motors CEO Dan Akerson.