Former Home Depot CEO & Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli says Ford should stick to technology that will benefit the auto industry.
Former Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli and Wells Fargo Investment Institute president Darrell Cronk on investing under the current market conditions.
EY National Tax Department leader Michael Mundaca and former Home Depot CEO Bob Nardelli discuss the fairness of the U.S. tax code.
Another General Electric Co. earnings presentation has come and gone, and we still don’t have answers to key questions around open-ended insurance liabilities or the future cash flow and structure of the company. After posting a $300 million deficit in the first nine months of the year, GE generated a greater-than-anticipated $4.9 billion in adjusted industrial free cash flow in the fourth quarter.
Former Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli speaks to CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” team about how he sees the ongoing government shutdown affecting the economy.
Former Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli told FOX Business that General Motors CEO Mary Barra was forced to make the difficult decision to shut down four U.S. auto plants. “I don’t think Mary had a choice in her decision relative to closing some of these plants and the platforms,” he said during an interview on “Countdown to the Closing Bell Thursday.
Bob Nardelli reacts to the backlash over the Trump-Putin summit and discusses the escalating trade war.
Robert Nardelli, former GE Power System and Home Depot CEO, discuss the big market reaction to industrial earnings from the likes of 3M and Caterpillar.
General Electric’s new CEO, Lawrence Culp, will have to move quickly to turn things around amid “unsettling” change at the company, said Bob Nardelli, GE’s former transportation CEO and power systems CEO. “Any organization needs stability, continuity of direction. So this change in 14 months doesn’t help steady the ship,” Nardelli said Wednesday on CNBC’s ” Fast Money.”
Wall Street veteran Art Cashin told CNBC he’s “stunned” Walgreens was added to the Dow Jones industrial average, replacing GE. Drugstore chain Walgreens Boots Alliance, with a market capitalization of $64 billion, compared with General Electric’s $110 billion market cap, was not the obvious choice, said Cashin, managing director of UBS Financial Services.
Former Chrysler and Home Depot CEO Bob Nardelli discusses his take on General Electric getting booted from the historic Dow Jones index.
Former General Electric transportation CEO Bob Nardelli told CNBC on Tuesday he thinks there is more pain ahead for his former company. The industrial giant, which is in the middle of a massive restructuring, was booted out of the Dow Jones industrial average on Tuesday.
General Electric is pulling out all the stops to calm skittish investors. The latest move, to sell roughly $4 billion worth of its stake in Baker Hughes, was welcome news to investors. However, former GE executive Bob Nardelli says the company should have negotiated the deal long-before new CEO Larry Culp, took the reins from John Flannery just last month.
As trade war tensions continue to escalate, market watchers wonder if President Donald Trump has gone too far in an attempt to correct alleged unfair trading practices. But former General Electric transportation CEO Bob Nardelli said the president is “a very reasonable individual.”
Former Chrysler and Home Depot CEO Bob Nardelli said China’s goal on the world stage is to become an economic superpower. “I think China probably is looking at world dominance through economics, not through war or power,” he said during an interview on “Maria Bartiromo’s Wall Street” on Friday.
Stifel Chief Economist Lindsey Piegza warns that a recession could hit as soon as 2020 if the Federal Reserve raises interest rates too quickly. Piegza will join CNN correspondent Paula Newton to talk about it Wednesday on CNNMoney’s “Markets Now.”
General Electric will leave the Dow Jones Industrial Average after 122 years and will be replaced by Walgreens. A move that has left former GE executive Bob Nardelli reeling. “For those of us that have spent 30-plus years there, it was heartbreaking, really, and devastating to see that an industrial iconic company like that.
“In today’s world you either innovate or evaporate,” Bob Nardelli, founder and CEO of the investment and advisory company XLR-8, said Wednesday on CNNMoney’s “Markets Now.” Nardelli, the former CEO of Chrysler and Home Depot and a former executive at GE , said he expects companies to “significantly” increase their capital spending by as much as 30% because of the tax breaks.
The Trump administration is hearing from industry groups and businesses this week about its proposed tariffs on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods. Bob Nardelli has experience leading some of the biggest companies in America: He’s the former CEO of Chrysler and Home Depot and a former executive at GE .
Despite growth in the U.S. economy and corporations beating earnings expectations, the wave of volatility sweeping through U.S. financial markets has investors anxious. “I think the only certainty today is uncertainty,” former Chrysler and Home Depot CEO Bob Nardelli told FOX Business’ Mellissa Francis on Wednesday.
The former CEO of Chrysler and Home Depot tells CNN’s Maggie Lake he wishes General Electric took a more aggressive approach to dealing with its financial struggles.
Marillyn Hewson, Lockheed Martin chairman, president and CEO, has been named by Chief Executive magazine as 2018 CEO of the Year in recognition of her leadership and efforts to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics education. The award also recognizes Hewson’s work to advance diversity in the technology sector and build up the pipeline of skilled…
Bob Nardelli, XLR8 Advisory and former Home Depot CEO, discusses the economic impact of President Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs.
President Trump has announced his intention to replace Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin, with Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson. The Department of Veterans Affairs has been scandal plagued for years, delivering poor quality services to this nation’s heroes since its inception, and especially since its elevation to a cabinet Department in 1988.
Bob Nardelli, who lost battle to succeed GE’s former CEO, Jeff Immelt, said the best is yet to come for industrial conglomerates like General Electric, Honeywell and the 3M Company. “If you look at the opportunity and the cyclicality of various businesses it’s a huge competitive advantage to have a conglomerate,” he said Friday on FOX Business’ “Mornings with Maria.”
Former Chrysler CEO Bob Nardelli on Tuesday said NAFTA is a “mixed” disaster and believes Trump is right to renegotiate the 24-year-old trade deal. “It depends on your point of view and where you are in the supply chain on NAFTA,” he told FOX Business’ Liz Claman on “Countdown to the Closing Bell.”
WIU CBT Hosts Inaugural Business Leadership Symposium April 30 – Western Illinois University News – Office of University Relations
MACOMB, IL — The Western Illinois University College of Business and Technology will host the inaugural Business Leadership Symposium Monday, April 30. The event is underwritten by Citizens Bank, A Division of Morton Community Bank. WIU Alumnus and Founder of XLR-8, LLC Bob Nardelli will be on campus as part of the symposium to speak to numerous business classes.
Former General Electric transportation CEO Bob Nardelli told CNBC on Monday that it’s “very painful” for him to watch the “dismantling of this legendary company.” Shares of GE were lower Monday after the company said it would cut its quarterly dividend in half to help free up capital to fund a turnaround, and announced an aggressive corporate restructuring.