7:00 - Necessity is the mother of invention, according to Harpoon Brewery’s co-founders. And it was out of necessity they decided to shake up the U.S. beer scene with European-inspired brews.
5:01 - Rafferty Capital Markets’ Dick Bove on J.P. Morgan shareholders voting down the measure to split the CEO and Chairman roles at the bank.
5:29 - Former Gov. Eliot Spitzer, (D-NY), argues the Chairman and CEO positions should be split at firms such as J.P. Morgan.
6:04 - OGE Energy CEO Peter Delaney on the impact of the Oklahoma tornado on the area’s power system.
4:33 - Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm on the tornado that hit the Oklahoma City suburb.
3:55 - Bahl & Gaynor Portfolio Manager Matthew McCormick on J.P. Morgan shareholders voting down a measure to split Chairman, CEO roles.
1:35 - FBN’s Diane Macedo on Apple CEO Tim Cook defending the company’s tax avoidance strategy before a Senate panel.
3:00 - NYC assistant comptroller Michael Garland on the vote to keep Jamie Dimon as chairman and CEO.
3:35 - Connecticut Pension Funds representative Suzanne Hopgood on JPMorgan’s shareholder vote for Jamie Dimon to retain both roles as CEO and chairman.
5:23 - Gibson Guitar CEO Henry Juszkiewicz on potential political targeting of businesses and organizations by the government.
4:51 - Carrington Investment Services Senior V.P. Chris Whalen and Cato Institute’s Mark Calabria on the J.P. Morgan vote on whether to split the Chairman and CEO positions.
4:07 - Forbes Media chairman Steve Forbes argues the IRS scandal makes a good case for a flat tax.
3:43 - Rent the Runway CEO Jennifer Hyman on what is behind the company’s soaring growth.
4:48 - Rafferty Capital Equity Research VP Dick Bove weighs in on Jamie Dimon and explains why he should remain chairman and CEO.
3:45 - FOXNews.com’s Jeremy Kaplan on Yahoo’s decision to purchase the blogging platform.
5:45 - Ryland Homes division president John Carroll on the state of housing in the Midwest.
4:21 - Music producer Quincy Jones and Playground Sessions CEO Chris Vance on their music education startup and music piracy.
4:53 - Jaguar Land Rover North America President Andy Goss on the company’s boost in sales for Range Rovers.
3:41 - Travelocity CEO Terry Jones talks business and the state of the travel industry.
4:20 - ‘Fitch the Homeless’ filmmaker Greg Karber on Abercrombie & Fitch CEO Mike Jeffries' comments causing a media fire.
5:21 - CME Group Executive Chairman Terry Duffy on the market’s rally and the Bloomberg scandal.
5:58 - Cisco CEO John Chambers on what is driving the company’s growth.
3:55 - America's Natural Gas Alliance CEO Martin Durbin on the natural gas export debate.
3:47 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino on David Petraeus being in 'advanced negotiations' with KKR.
4:34 - SunPower CEO Tom Werner weighs in business in the solar industry.
2:14 - Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld on the leadership lessons in his new book ‘Rumsfeld’s Rules.’
5:57 - Former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld on the investigation into the Benghazi attack.
4:02 - Accent Asset Management CEO Scott Martin on where Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett is investing today.
7:52 - Former AIG CEO Hank Greenberg defends J.P. Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon’s leadership at the bank.
5:11 - Shutterstock President and CEO Jon Oringer explains the recipe behind his $1 billion success.
6:45 - 32 Advisors founder Robert Wolf on why the White House should continue programs to help homeowners refinance at lower rates.
5:17 - WL Ross & Co. Chairman Wilbur Ross on the potential economic benefits of fracking.
5:48 - FBN's Jeff Flock visits Social Market Analytics, a company that uses social media such as Twitter to predict market movements.
8:01 - Billionaire investor Carl Icahn on making a play for Dell.
5:20 - Merck Vaccines president Julie Gerberding breaks down the latest on vaccines.
4:05 - Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina on how HP can catch up to Apple, and her latest business ventures.
3:28 - Feed Projects CEO Lauren Bush Lauren weighs in on her charity that fights to end world hunger.
5:10 - Former NYC School Chancellor Cathie Black weighs in on her new business venture helping start ups.
4:02 - MSG Sports President Dave Howard on the amenities in the arena’s new suites.
4:53 - FBR Managing Director Paul Miller on calls to split the CEO and Chairman positions at J.P. Morgan.
6:36 - AOL CEO Tim Armstrong on the strategy for turning the company around.
4:37 - FBN's Charlie Gasparino on the 'VIP' dinner at the Salt Conference.
6:27 - WNBA President Laurel J. Richie, Ingredion CEO Ilene Gordon and Rep. Susan Brooks, (R-Ind.), on why the Girl Scouts produce so many women leaders.
5:12 - CLSA bank analyst Mike Mayo on calls for J.P. Morgan shareholders to vote to split the CEO and Chairman posts.
5:29 - Ariad Pharmaceuticals CEO Dr. Harvey Berger on the company’s new medication to treat leukemia.
3:23 - Coinsetter CEO Jaron Lukasiewicz on potential regulation of Bitcoin.
2:51 - Oriental Trading CEO Sam Taylor on the factors leading to the company’s success and Berkshire Hathaway’s purchase of the company.
4:42 - Deloitte LLP CEO Joe Echevarria on the issues such as immigration reform that most worry CEOs about the economy and the future of business.
5:39 - MarketWatch Consumer Reporter Quentin Fottrell on the tech CEOs whose jobs are in doubt.
2:05 - FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett’s bullish outlook for the markets.
4:01 - FBN’s Liz Claman talks to Brooks CEO Jim Weber about the first-ever Berkshire Hathaway 5k after the company’s annual meeting.
5:59 - DuPont Executive V.P. Jim Borel says being open to various types of opportunities has been critical in his climb to the top at the blue-chip chemical giant.
2:51 - Eagle Capital Partners’ Meryl Witmer, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger on the driving force behind their careers.
2:01 - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates on the biggest problems facing the world’s poor.
1:45 - Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett on the impact of the Federal Reserve’s policies on market performance.
6:11 - Eagle Capital Partners’ Meryl Witmer, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger on what it means to be on BRK’s board.
5:49 - Eagle Capital Partners’ Meryl Witmer on the chance to join Berkshire Hathaway’s board.
3:16 - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger on the current push to ban large sodas in the U.S.
4:48 - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and Berkshire Hathaway’s Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger on tax rates, bank regulation and the Federal Reserve policy of quantitative easing.
3:46 - Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates and Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett on the access and cost of education.