Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff discusses mobile growth and the changing behavior of the consumer. Spencer also weighs in on intentions to buy Trulia and thinks the combination of companies will provide a lot of benefits.
Richard Preston, "The Hot Zone" author, discusses the heightened global concerns about the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.
It is difficult for Ebola to spread, says Ken Davis, Mount Sinai Health System president and CEO, and "unlikely" the man who recently returned from West Africa has the disease although he is exhibiting symptoms consistent with the deadly virus. Davis explains how the hospital is keeping the potential contagion contained and what is being done in the medical community to develop treatment.
What people really want and love is the mega-trend of sight, sound and motion, says AOL's Tim Armstrong, revealing where he is seeing user growth.
The Time Warner/Fox deal points to one specific thing - the value of content in media, says Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO.
Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO, discusses the company's quarterly earnings. Armstrong also shares his thoughts on consolidation in the media space.
David Levin, McGraw-Hill Education CEO, discusses McGraw-Hill's plans to usher in a new era of digital education. We are seeing an opportunity to improve outcomes with technology, says Levin.
U.S. giant Walgreen announced a near-£6 billion ($10.1 billion) deal to buy the remaining stake in U.K. drugstore chain Alliance Boots.
Discussing his company's positioning of brands and media mergers in the industry, with Bob Iger, Disney chairman and CEO.
Gannett is spinning off its publishing business, and has bought the portion of Cars.com it did not already own for $1.8 billion. Gracia Martore, Gannett Company president & CEO, explains the media company's growth strategy and future plans for their business.
Our fastest-growing market this year is the Jersey shore, says Brian Sharples, HomeAway CEO, providing his read on the short-term summer rental business and the latest travel trends.
Trevor Fetter, Tenet Healthcare CEO, discusses "compassionate use" drug therapies. It is really not in the realm of what we do in our company, says Fetter.
Trevor Fetter, Tenent Healthcare CEO, breaks down the company's better-than-expected second quarter results, Obamacare, and the acquisition of Vanguard. Also Fetter discusses the growing trend to treat patients outside the hospital.
Obama's "fat cat" bashing is beneath the president's office, says Jake Novak. At least when Kennedy went after a CEO, there was substance to his argument.
Over the next 25 years, as technology increasingly revolutionizes retail online and in stores, leaders will have to adjust their skills.
Stocks are on the high end of reasonable, says Harry Wilson, Maeva Group CEO, sharing his thoughts on earnings and market valuations.
In an interview with CNBC, AutoNation CEO Mike Jackson criticized President Obama's recent comments that corporate leaders "don't have a right" to complain about business regulations.
The U.S. consumer is overall confident about the economy, says Michael Jackson, AutoNation chairman & CEO, discussing what's driving auto sales. Also Jackson shares his thoughts on the ¿new GM" on the heels of General Motor's recall woes.
James Welch, YRC Worldwide, provides the latest read on the trucking industry and weighs in on truck safety. Seventy percent of all truck accidents are caused by a vehicle, but clearly we need to put automation in the cab, Welch points out.
Harry Wilson, Maeva Group CEO, provides his read on the red-hot auto industry, including General Motor's recall crisis, regulations, the "mediocre" economic recovery, and tax inversions.