Tim Cook testifies before a Senate panel proposing tax changes that would overhaul the corporate tax code, reports CNBC. Carly Fiorina, former HP chairman & CEO; and William George, Harvard Business School professor, discuss what this means for Apple and other corporations.
As the title suggests we are not here to discuss the future of the Republican Party, we are here today to talk about the state of American business.
Today Fiorina is a former CEO, as well as a former political candidate, after an unsuccessful run for Barbara Boxer’s seat in the U.S. Senate. She speaks out as a political commentator and has much to say on the topic of women in leadership and the current debate over working from home.
Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard, speaks at the 2012 Bloomberg Washington Summit.
Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard Carly Fiorina believes that if Hewlett-Packard wants to be the number one computer vendor in the world, they should start by putting their money where their mouth is.
Taking aim at U.S. economic and employment challenges, political commentator and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina called for immigration and education reform, as well as finding ways to spur innovation and strengthen small businesses.
Carly Fiorina, former CEO of Hewlett-Packard Co. , told CIO Journal the federal government should “do more to prevent cyberattacks” against American businesses. But she said government should avoid involvement in areas where companies are already investing.
Former HP CEO Carly Fiorina addresses the night’s most tweeted moment, regarding the minimum wage, and comments on Senator Marco Rubio’s response to the President’s State of the Union. Democratic strategist Bob Schrum offers his take on the biggest takeaway from this evening. Dean Baker and Sarah Fagan offer opinions on what people will be talking about tomorrow.
After a report Hewlett-Packard is considering a breakup of the company, former CEO Carly Fiorina tells “Closing Bell” that alternative was looked at, and rejected, when she was in charge. She does, however, think the current board should look at all its options.
Paul Krugman, Carly Fiorina, Matthew Dowd, Jorge Ramos, and Rep. Lou Barletta discuss this week in politics on This Week on Sunday Morning.
Paul Krugman, Carly Fiorina, Matthew Dowd, Jorge Ramos, and Rep. Lou Barletta discuss immigration on This Week on Sunday Morning.
“Going private gives you time,” explains Carly Fiorina, former HP chairman & CEO, weighing in on whether the tech giant will fare better if taken private.
Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell, Alan Simpson, Erskine Bowles and a panel of experts all visit Meet the Press to discuss the economic battles on Capitol Hill.
On Sunday’s Meet the Press, lawmakers from Capitol Hill and a panel of experts discuss the impending fiscal cliff and the latest violence in the Middle East.
John Kasich, Scott Walker, John Hickenlooper, E.J. Dionne, Rachel Maddow, Carly Fiorina, David Brooks and Chuck Todd debate what to expect in the next nine days of the election, with NBC’s David Gregory.
If President Obama wins the election next month, employees of one big company may be looking for new jobs, reports CNBC’s Robert Frank. David Siegel, Westgate Resorts Founder & CEO, who recently built the largest house in the country, and Carly Fiorina, former HP CEO, discuss.
Carly Fiorina, former chairman and CEO of Hewlett-Packard, explains why she doesn’t think the jobs number is a conspiracy, and discusses whether Romney can keep momentum from the presidential debates.
McDonald’s, Texas Instruments and Microsoft are some of the companies to hike dividends this week, with CNBC’s Kayla Tausche. Carly Fiorina, CNBC contributor and former HP CEO, weighs in.
Brian Gardner, Keefe, Bruyette & Woods, says stocks will take a dive if Mitt Romney wins the presidential race in November. Carly Fiorina, former HP chairman & CEO, weighs in.
On Thursday, former Republican Senate candidate from California, Carly Fiorina, dropped an impressive bit of counterintuitive political wisdom on her fellow panel guests during CNN’s increasingly interesting, unscripted “unsolicited advice” segment with Pete Dominick.
What exactly is President Obama thinking about doing in a second term, with Congressman Peter Welch (D-VT), and CNBC Contributor Carly Fiorina.
Carly Fiorina & Bob Johnson weigh on President Obama’s record on business and discuss what the economy needs to recover on State of the Union with Candy Crowley.
Meet the Press roundtable discusses the conventions and the 2012 race with NBC’s David Gregory.
Four more years of the Obama administration will be devastating for small businesses, the engine of growth in the United States economy, swamping them with more taxes and burdensome regulations, former Hewlett Packard CEO Carly Fiorina told Newsmax.TV in an exclusive interview.
CNBC’s Herb Greenberg and Carly Fiorina, a CNBC contributor and former Hewlett-Packard CEO, chat about whether Mitt Romney’s time on the campaign trail has made him out of touch with the business world.
Carly Fiorina, former HP Chairman & CEO, and Gordon Bethune, former CEO of Continental Airlines, rate Facebook and Groupon’s leadership.
Free and competitive markets have lifted more people out of poverty than any other economic system in history and, yet, the image of capitalism is badly tarnished. While there are countless well-managed and responsible businesses, we have also witnessed too many instances of companies acting in ways that are corrupt or short-sighted, or both, and harming ordinary people in the process.
Carly’s commentary on the politics of health care reform on CNBC Squawk St.
Carly Fiorina, former HP chairman & CEO, provides perspective on Apple CEO Tim Cook’s leadership and what to expect from his keynote speech at today’s Developers Conference, with CNBC’s Jon Fortt.
Corporate. Social. Responsibility. — Three commonly used words that when standing alone don’t have much impact, but when woven together, have the ability to sustain, influence and engage. Good360, the nonprofit I recently joined as board chair, has been making corporate social responsibility (CSR) both accessible and advantageous through product donation since 1983.
This week’s video features Carly Fiorina, the former CEO of HP and current CEO of Carly Fiorina Enterprises, delivering the speech that ended the Strategic Growth Conference’s exceptional slate of events. In this video, Carly discusses why strategic plans with measurable goals and objectives are integral in the success of a corporation.
Now that we have finished with the breathless minute-by-minute coverage of the Facebook IPO, perhaps it’s time to step back and think about its implications for politicians and policy-makers.
Carly Fiorina, former Hewlett-Packard chairman and CEO, offers advice for Mark Zuckerberg ahead of Facebook’s IPO.
Dear Mark, Congratulations! Through vision, grit, persistence and brilliance, you are about to launch the largest IPO in American history.
Carly joins other business leaders in Washington to talk about ideas for job creation and lowering the unemployment rate.
I started out as a secretary for a small business that employed nine people. Most Americans start the same way. Women, African-Americans, Hispanics, Asian-Americans and wave after wave of immigrants have begun their ascent on the ladder of the “American Dream” in a small business.
We’ve just learned that Peter Diamandis, Eric Anderson, James Cameron, Eric Schmidt and Larry Page are launching a new venture, Planetary Resources Inc. Their goal is to focus on space exploration and the natural resources we might find there. The announcement has been greeted by a fair amount of skepticism. Theirs has been called a “quixotic quest” by the Wall Street Journal and CNBC viewers are tweeting about what these men must be smoking. I say, thank goodness America still has visionaries who understand that we must lead in space.
Good360 announced today that Carly Fiorina, former chairman and chief executive officer of HP, is taking on the role of chairman of the board. Fiorina first shared the announcement today on CNBC’s “Squawk Box,” a morning news and talk program where the biggest names in business and politics bring their most important stories.
For the next three months, the Supreme Court will mull the constitutionality of the new health care law. At stake is the government’s requirement that its citizens buy private health insurance. But whatever the outcome, it’s a foregone conclusion that some fundamental change must be instituted in the financing of health care delivery.
Carly Fiorina, a former chief executive officer of Hewlett-Packard Co. (HPQ), endorsed Mitt Romney for the Republican presidential nomination today, describing the former Massachusetts governor as the candidate best able to beat President Barack Obama in November.
HP is the world’s largest technology company. It matters. With this in mind, I offer the following observations, from my “been-there, done that” vantage point. 1. Cost-cutting may be necessary for efficiency and effectiveness, but it is never sufficient for growth and the creation of long-term, sustainable value.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina weighs in on Hewlett-Packard’s decision to align its printing and PC business to cut costs. Fiorina says re-organizations alone do not create value, and discusses why she tried to align both businesses when she led the company. Fiorina also shares her thoughts on why politicians should work on simple tax codes to boost small business.
Charlie Rose speaks with The Republican National Senatorial Committee’s Carly Fiorina about how GOP presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are reaching out to women voters.
I began my business career as a secretary in a small business that employed 9 people. Eventually I would become the CEO of one of the largest companies in the world. Having travelled all over the world, I know that my story is only possible in America. And I also know that there are countless American stories just like mine. Only in America can you start from nowhere and go anywhere.
Carly Fiorina told Squawk Box this morning that the playing field might not be level when it comes to big business vs. small business, but higher taxes will not solve the problem.
Today, the former CEO of Hewlett Packard brings her experience as a candidate and a CEO to the Republican effort to win back the Senate majority, as vice chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC).
Americans for Prosperity – California November 10, 2011 Carly Fiorina speaks at Americans for Prosperity’s Defending the Dream Summit about the difference between conservatives and progressives and why conservatives are on the right side of history.
Executives must overcome moral hubris and realize they, too, might make bad choices, says Nitin Nohria. Leaders must learn to wield power to work for the greater good, not just to increase profit, says Carly Fiorina
Carly Fiorina, former HP CEO shares some final thoughts strategy for technology companies, including the need for innovation.
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