CNBC's Closing Bell Recap on Tuesday, May 05, 2009

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Recap of "Closing Bell" - 5/5/09

Ockham's daily Recap of Closing Bell.

Listed below are stocks that were mentioned on CNBC's Closing Bell on Tuesday May, 5th.

The last hour of the trading day can be extremely important as volatile swings can work with or against the investor. CNBC’s Closing Bell hosted by the duo of Maria Bartiromo and Dylan Ratigan will guide investors into the end of the day’s trading live from the NYSE. Interviews with industry movers and shakers lend unique viewpoints to the day’s events. Stocks mentioned during the two hour program (beginning at 3pm ET) are listed below with accompanying research.

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CNBC - Closing Bell Stock Commentary for 5/5/2009

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“… Couple others pending approval. I think we have to -- as I say, that's the live blood of what we have to keep doing, is keep driving these new product. >> mergers have taken place in your sector, merck and PFIZER. You guys have chosen to go it alone with the smaller you continue that strategy or >> I would say, david, we're involved in everything and we have our eye on it and analyze …” …more details…
“… Couple others pending approval. I think we have to -- as I say, that's the live blood of what we have to keep doing, is keep driving these new product. >> mergers have taken place in your sector, MERCK AND pfizer. You guys have chosen to go it alone with the smaller you continue that strategy or >> I would say, david, we're involved in everything and we have our eye on it and analyze …” …more details…
“… >> jamie dimmon isn't the only ceo sharing thoughts. David faber joins me from the summit with a special guest. >> reporter: we're joined by william weldon, the chairman and ceo of JOHNSON AND JOHNSON. Thanks for stopping by. >> great to be here. >> let's start off, obama yesterday, the president introduces a proposal that would change the tax regime for companies like yours to defer taxes on their foreign earnings. Would that be a bad thing for JOHNSON AND JOHNSON? >> we're really trying to understand what he's proposed. It just came out. But I think there's two things to look at. One is the approval of the r&d tax credit, which we think is …” …more details…
“… >>> a new business council survey says that chief executives see some signs of hope for the economy. From the council meeting? Dallas JPMORGAN ceo jamie diamond shared a similar >> america is a vibrant place. No one can forecast the future, but between some of the good signs you're seeing here, the future impact from the stimulus, it's possible that we're on the …” …more details…
“… At least that's the word out of dallas where some of the nation's top executives are gathering for the business council spring meeting. David faber is there. He has the ceo of JOHNSON AND JOHNSON, bill weldon coming up next. >>> here's a look at some of today's winners and losers. …” …more details…
“… Positively actively elected. And the government must be allowed to restructure these walking dead companies like CITIBANK and aig and get them back to doing business the old-fashioned way, earning it as opposed to being gamblers. >> you make a great point. So do you. When we have you back, we'll talk about the discussion we wanted to talk about, which is …” …more details…
“… Positively actively elected. And the government must be allowed to restructure these walking dead companies like citibank and AIG and get them back to doing business the old-fashioned way, earning it as opposed to being gamblers. >> you make a great point. So do you. When we have you back, we'll talk about the discussion we wanted to talk about, which is …” …more details…
“… He highlights the thing. The question is why these executives are looking short term. In the late '96s when I left business school and went to work for MORGAN STANLEY, most of the top management were either partners or owner/managers. Because they owned a lot of the stock, they were interested in the long-term view. They were prudent. And they were relatively modest because they were men of …” …more details…
“… A competitive collision course with APPLE where schmidt still serves on the company's board. So "the new york times" is now saying that the ftc is looking into potential antitrust implications of APPLE and google's boards sharing two common members, arthur levinson also serves. Don't forget al gore, either, who sits on APPLE's board and serves as special adviser to sh mitd. The feds have been reluctant to enforce this part of the clayton antitrust act which looks down on common board members serving on rival boards of directors. But that's not to say they won't take extra special interest this time around. APPLE hasn't commented about any of it, but there is much more about all of this on my blog techcheck at cnbc.Com. >>> it's certainly a new world for chief executives. A recession, major corporate …” …more details…
“… With apple where schmidt still serves on the company's board. So "the new york times" is now saying that the ftc is looking into potential antitrust implications of apple and GOOGLE's boards sharing two common members, arthur levinson also serves. Don't forget al gore, either, who sits on apple's board and serves as special adviser to sh mitd. …” …more details…
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