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Business Strategy CEOs

  • Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase (L), Mary Barra, CEO of GM (C), and Mark Fields, CEO of Ford Motors (R).

    Seven of the 30 largest U.S. firms paid more money to their CEOs last year than they paid in U.S. federal income taxes, according to a study.

  • OPEC becoming less relevant: Pro

    Chris Faulkner, Breitling Energy CEO, president and chairman, discusses what's moving the needle on cheap oil, and natural gas prices, including winter weather and Saudi Arabia.

  • United Airlines

    Jeff Smisek, chief executive of United Continental, addresses pricing concerns among travelers amid increasing ticket prices and lower fuel costs.

  • UAL CEO: It's been a long, strange trip

    Jeffrey Smisek, United Airline CEO, discusses the merger between Continental and United Airlines, dealing with legacy staff and improving customer service.

  • The old college try

    A few students at the University of North Texas tripled their portfolio in just 4 weeks. TD Ameritrade CEO Fred Tomczyk, provides insight to the college challenge. The winning team's captain Mason Hendrickson, discusses his team's strategy.

  • Actavis CEO: Allergan best run pharma company

    CNBC's David Faber speaks to David Pyott, Allergan chairman & CEO, and Brent Saunders, Actavis CEO about their deal worth roughly $66 billion and what it means for shareholders.

  • The new Ford F-150 truck is examined at the Rouge Truck Plant in Dearborn, Mich. on Nov. 6, 2014.

    Ford is betting that a refresh of the F-150 will set the company up for a profitable run.

  • Intercept CEO: NASH epidemic of liver disease

    Intercept Pharmaceuticals CEO Mark Pruzanski, provides insight to his company's efforts to tackle NASH, or nonalcoholic steatohepatitis, saying over 10 percent of the U.S. population is thought to have NASH. Pruzanski also weighs in on being a public company.

  • Virgin America's Nasdaq debut

    CNBC's Simon Hobbs speaks to David Cush, Virgin America president & CEO, about their Nasdaq debut and if the crash of Virgin Galactic spacecraft disrupted their IPO roadshow.

  • TaylorMade CEO Ben Sharpe talks about his ideas to grow the game of golf.

  • TaylorMade's turnaround plan: CEO

    CNBC's Dominic Chu, and Ben Sharpe, TaylorMade-Adidas Golf CEO, discuss the company's plan to attract more players to the game of golf by providing new high tech equipment.

  • HubSpot CEO: Don't see headwinds

    Following positive Q3 earning results, Brian Halligan, HubSpot CEO, feels positive about growth and the economy going forward.

  • BlackBerry CEO: Not worried about competing

    BlackBerry CEO John Chen, explains why his company is tying up with Samsung, saying the Apple-IBM partnership might compete and overlap, but he is not worried about competing.

  • BlackBerry, Samsung strike deal

    BlackBerry is moving higher after the company unveiled its new mobile device management platform. BlackBerry CEO John Chen, discusses its device strategy, and new partnership with Samsung.

  • EyeLock's security breakthrough

    EyeLock develops advanced iris authentication technology for business, government and consumers. CEO James Demitrieus, discusses the functionality of his scanners.

  • Craft brings romance to beer biz: AB InBev CEO

    Carlos Brito, Anheuser-Busch InBev CEO, discusses the state of the international beer business and innovation at AB InBev

  • More bullish on Europe: John Chambers

    John Chambers, Cisco Systems chairman & CEO, explains the company's acquisition strategy and provides his outlook for European growth.

  • John Chambers: Repatriation win for everyone

    Discussing repatriation of cash, John Chambers, Cisco Systems chairman & CEO, says repatriation would create jobs and provide growth.

  • Cisco CEO: Major mistake to revisit Title II

    CNBC's Jim Cramer speaks to John Chambers, Cisco Systems chairman & CEO, about the company's earnings and growth forecast. Chambers also discusses President Obama's comments on net neutrality. Chambers says Internet regulation will cost the country jobs and economic leadership.

  • Quirky products for your smart home

    Ben Kaufman, Quirky founder & CEO, talks about innovative products coming to the marketplace that will help consumers create a connected home.