Business Strategy CEOs


  • Mylan CEO: Affordable medicine for 7 million people

    Discussing the regulations for affordable medicine, with Mylan CEO Heather Bresch. She also discusses growth strategies for the company.

  • BOK Financial CEO: Housing is strong

    BOK Financial president & CEO Steve Bradshaw discusses housing and energy data in the southwest.

  • Manufacturing job growth a myth: Pro

    CNBC's Tyler Mathisen speaks with Philip Koosed, Bamko founder & CEO, and Daniel Levin, Cain Millwork CEO, about job creation and manufacturing employment. Koosed believes manufacturing growth is a myth.

  • Hilton CEO: Asia-Pacific leading growth

    Christopher Nassetta, Hilton Hotels president & CEO, discusses the weather's impact on hotel industry and the company's earnings. Nassetta also explains why he is optimistic with his forecast for 2014 and weighs in on the competition.

  • How this CEO is dealing with Obamacare

    John Bardis, MedAssets founder, chairman, and CEO, discusses how the Affordable Care Act is impacting the medical industry and how his company is helping hospitals streamline best practices.

  • Still seeing growth in slowdown: RBC CEO

    Gordon Nixon, Royal Bank of Canada president & CEO, discusses the state of banking and where he sees opportunity in the sector.

  • Simple CEO: BBVA strong culture of innovation

    Josh Reich, Simple CEO & co-Founder, discusses selling his online banking service to Spanish banker BBVA for $117 million in cash, and if there will be changes now that they are owned by a retail bank.

  • TripAdvisor CEO: We're personalizing recommendations

    Steve Kaufer, TripAdvisor president & CEO, discusses how mobile growth has raised consumer engagement, the company's plans to generate revenue and the future of travel.

  • Columbia CEO: Consumer is globally coming back

    Tim Boyle, president and CEO of Columbia Sportswear, discusses the boost his company is getting from the cold weather.

  • Securing your credit card with EVM technology

    Frank Bisignano, CEO of First Data, discusses how his company's new partnership with Visa to supply chip-enhanced credit cards will increase security for consumers.

  • Polar vortex heats up Ace Hardware sales

    John Venhuizen, CEO of Ace Hardware, discusses how his company was able to profit from this winter's harsh weather. Our salt business is up 235%, says Venhuizen.

  • People want smartphone functionality in car: CSR CEO

    Joep van Beurden, CEO of CSR, discusses the future of in-car technology including using the functionality of a smartphone in a car.

  • Pockets of skill shortages in the UK: Hays CEO

    Alistair Cox, CEO of Hays, says there are "pockets" of skill shortages in the U.K. but he has seen a "turnaround" in the U.K.'s economy.

  • We have a lot of headroom to grow: Travis Perkins CEO

    John Carter, CEO of Travis Perkins, says the company still has very promising growth prospects as the U.K.'s construction sector recovers.

  • No guarantee insurance prices will rise on UK floods: Direct Line CEO

    Paul Geddes, CEO of Direct Line, says insurance product prices will not necessarily go up despite a high level of claims following the severe flooding in the U.K.

  • SB1062 bill bad for people of Arizona: PetSmart CEO

    Arizona could risk losing outside business investments unless Gov. Brewer vetoes SB1062, which expands ability of people and companies to use religious freedom to justify their conduct. PetSmart CEO David Lenhardt urges the governor to veto this bill.

  • Secondmarket to launch US bitcoin exchange

    Barry Silbert, SecondMarket, founder & CEO, weighs in on the closure of Mt. Gox and discusses his plan to open a bitcoin exchange in the U.S. "Bitcoin has the potential to radically transform the way people send money," Silbert says.

  • InterMune CEO: Drug trials bring hope

    InterMune president & CEO Dan Welch says positive drug trial results bring hope to patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, and discusses the volatility in its stock.

  • Sallie Mae CEO: Navient to run loan services operations

    Sallie Mae CEO Jack Remondi discusses its company split into two publicly traded companies.

  • Sallie Mae CEO: Some manage student loan debt successfully

    Sallie Mae CEO Jack Remondi discusses mounting student debt. "Students need to graduate, and keep their debt balanced in relation to their starting income," he says.