Business Strategy CEOs


  • Will CEOs support Donald Trump?

    America's top CEOs are mixed in terms of their support for GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump. Dartmouth's Tuck School's Sydney Finkelstein, author of "Superbosses," and Adi Ignatius, Harvard Business Review editor in chief, provide perspective.

  • Choice Hotels CEO: We're going to have a blockbuster summer

    Steven Joyce, Choice Hotels International president & CEO, discusses the company's earnings, and provides his outlook on summer travel trends amid political uncertainty.

  • BT CEO on the rollout of ultrafast broadband

    Gavin Patterson, CEO of BT, talks about the telecom company's target for improving the U.K.'s broadband infrastructure.

  • Our priority is paying off debt: BT CEO

    Gavin Patterson, CEO of BT, discusses the company's business priorities and says the dividend will increase by 10 percent in the next two years.

  • We can see good returns in Australia: NAB CEO

    Andrew Thorburn, CEO of National Australia Bank, shares his views on the company's earnings and explains from where growth will come.

  • NAB CEO on the importance of small businesses

    Andrew Thorburn, CEO of National Australia Bank, provides his outlook for Australia's economy and comments on the government's federal budget.

  • Priceline lower after beating Wall St. expectations

    Priceline revealed former CEO Darren Huston will not receive severance after resigning abruptly due to an extra-marital affair with an employee, reports CNBC's Simon Hobbs. Also, comments from Chairman Jeff Boyd on the earnings call.

  • A worker cleaning an Apple logo in Suzhou, China.

    Apple has faced further setbacks in Asia, after losing a trademark fight in China and being refused permission for a project in India.

  • 6 CEO's reach billion dollar success by age 30

    A look at six of the most successful CEOs to run billion-dollar companies by age 30.

  • Thing have gone well in Q1: Moller-Maersk CEO

    Nils S. Andersen, CEO of Moller-Maersk, discusses the conglomerate's latest results and says the oil price edging up helped earnings.

  • What are investors buying?

    Doug Peterson, president & CEO of S&P Global, says there have been high inflows into passive investment funds and demand for information about energy.

  • A Volvo XC90 Drive Me test vehicle

    Volvo has plans to bring driverless cars to the masses and will start a public pilot program from 2017 in London.

  • I'm pleased with performance: UBS CEO

    Sergio Ermotti, CEO of UBS, says he is pleased with the performance of the company's investment banking division.

  • Volvo's plans for self-driving cars

    Håkan Samuelsson, CEO of Volvo Cars, discusses the company's plan to test self-driving cars in London and the U.K. from 2017.

  • Environment remains challenging: UBS CEO

    Sergio Ermotti, CEO of UBS, talks about the challenges facing the investment banking and wealth management sector.

  • We have over 125 million tracks: SoundCloud CEO

    Alexander Ljung, founder and CEO of SoundCloud, discusses the appeal of creating content for SoundCloud and the company's potential to make profit.

  • Seen a new level of client risk aversion: UBS CEO

    Sergio Ermotti, CEO of UBS, says client risk aversion affected the company's profitability. The bank's first quarter net profits fell.

  • The double whammy of low interest rates and regulations

    Sergio Ermotti, CEO of UBS, explains how low or zero interest rates and capital requirements create a "double whammy" knocking bank revenues.

  • May 2- Vivint Solar Inc said Chief Executive Greg Butterfield is stepping down, nearly two months after the solar panel installer terminated a deal to be acquired by SunEdison Inc.. Vivint Solar on Monday also named David Bywater as interim CEO. SunEdison had in July 2015 agreed to buy Vivint Solar in a deal valued at about $2.2 billion.

  • Yahoo CEO could make $55 million if ousted from company

    If Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is terminated after a sale of the company, she could make about $55 million in severance.