Business Strategy CEOs


  • Stifel CEO: Need tax reform now

    We need comprehensive tax reform, says Ronald Kruszewski, Stifel Financial CEO, discussing the stock markets malaise and solutions for GDP growth.

  • Disrupting fitness through your iPhone

    Raj Kapoor, Fitmob CEO explains how he is disrupting the traditional gym model by introducing a flexible rate for gym-goers. CNBC's Jon Fortt weighs in.

  • Vodafone CEO: Creating a telecom giant

    Vodafone is ending its successful partnership in the U.S. with Verizon. Vittorio Colao, Vodafone CEO, discusses what's next for the wireless giant. "We will invest the biggest amount of money ever in history of Vodafone," Colao says.

  • Burgers are a $100 billion category: Smashburger CEO

    Scott Crane, Smashburger CEO, discusses minimum wage, the company's rapid expansion and how he is dealing with the costs of Obamacare.

  • Market cares about corporate profits: CEO

    Richard Bernstein, Richard Bernstein Advisors CEO, and Michael Feroli, JPMorgan chief U.S. economist, discuss how the weak employment data will impact the stock market and the U.S. economy.

  • Cigna CEO: Private exchanges further transparency

    David Cordani, Cigna president & CEO, explains the importance of the private exchange vehicles and discusses if Cigna has considered pulling out of Obamacare.

  • New products aim to attract Gen Y golfers

    Dick Sullivan, PGA Tour Superstore CEO, discusses his company's plans to offer high-tech gear aimed at attracting the younger generation to the greens. Scott McNealy, Sun Microsystems former chairman & president, weighs in.

  • NSA scandal prompts 'competitive losses': AT&T CEO

    It's important to bring some clarity to the government's NSA policy, says AT&T's Randall Stephenson sharing his thoughts on the global implications of the NSA scandal for the telecom industry.

  • We need to plan for decades, not years: Statoil CEO

    Helge Lund, CEO of Statoil, says the cut in investment is part of a long-term vision.

  • iRobot CEO: Vacuuming only beginning for robots

    iRobot chairman and CEO Colin Angle weighs in on the business of robot innovation. Angle says iRobot is just getting started with the Roomba.

  • Shutterfly CEO on 'great' quarter

    Jeffrey Housenbold, Shutterfly CEO, addresses investor concerns and looks ahead to Shutterfly's future. Housenbold says the company is making significant investments and plans to expand its wedding business.

  • Dunkin' CEO: Consumers excited about innovation

    Dunkin' Bands CEO Nigel Travis, discusses the company's strong Q4 earnings, the U.S. economy and weighs in on the Green Mountain and Coke deal.

  • Aetna CEO:  Pulling out of Obamacare an option

    "We are seeing progress and growth," says Aetna CEO and President Mark Bertolini, discussing his concerns over Obamacare. Bertolini also offers a scenario where the insurance company could pull out of the program.

  • Watch Green Mountain partnership closely: CEO

    Michael Bellas, Beverage Marketing Corporation CEO, weighs in on the partnership between Coca-Cola and Green Mountain Coffee and what it means for the industry.

  • Retail is about convenience: CEO

    It's not about the winter; it's about appointment buying, says Charles Koppelman, CAK Entertainment CEO, discussing how the rough winter weather is affecting the retail sector.

  • Challenger: Heavy structural cuts in retail sector

    John Challenger, CEO of Challenger, Gray & Christmas, has the latest data on layoffs in the retail sector and weighs in on unemployment trends.

  • AOL CEO: We are not giving up on Patch

    Tim Armstrong, chairman & CEO of AOL, breaks down the company's fourth quarter results and shares his thoughts on where the company is seeking growth after reaching a deal with private equity firm Hale Global to reduce its holdings in its Patch news service. We want to restructure Patch, says Armstrong.

  • Cognizant CEO: Tech in a 10-year cycle

    Francisco D'Souza, CEO of Cognizant Technology Solutions, breaks down his company's earnings, and weighs in on the shift in the landscape of technology.

  • Is 'brand Britain' alive and kicking?

    Henrietta Lovell, founder of the Rare Tea Company, James Lohan, CEO of Mr & Mrs Smith, discuss the entrepreneurial environment in the U.K. and the importance of branding.

  • BoE leaves key interest rate unchanged

    The Bank of England has left its key interest rate unchanged. CNBC's panel discusses what this means for U.K. monetary policy.