Business Strategy CEOs


  • Starz CEO: Liberty wasn't right for Starz

    Starz CEO Chris Albrecht says his company his open to anything that will bring long-term shareholder value.

  • Starz CEO on original programming: Taking bull by the horn

    Starz plans to produce 50 hours of original programming in 2014. Its CEO Chris Albrecht discusses demographic opportunities, and the company's efforts to boost its original programming.

  • Extended Stay CEO: Just the beginning for us

    Former Starbucks CEO and current Extended Stay America CEO Jim Donald, celebrates his IPO day at the NYSE. "We will end Q1 of 2014 with over 50 percent of our properties with platinum renovations," he says.

  • Chegg CEO: Learning will be interactive

    The "Squawk on the Street" team talks with Chegg CEO Dan Rosensweig about Chegg's NYSE debut and their business model. Rosensweig says, "it's not about making money, it's about investing where the opportunity is."

  • Sad Loeb wouldn't meet pension trustees:  Weingarten

    Discussing whether pension funds should invest in funds like Dan Loeb's Third Point, with American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten. She explains why Loeb had trouble with being transparent.

  • The future of US pensions

    American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten says "a lot of the defined contribution plans don't provide enough for retirement security."

  • ICE CEO: Nothing like the NYSE

    CNBC's Bob Pisani speaks with ICE CEO Jeff Sprecher about the finalized purchase of NYSE Euronext.

  • David Barse's top stock picks

    David Barse, Third Avenue Management CEO, explains why he likes the energy, financial service and telecom sectors.

  • 'Difficult' fourth quarter ahead: Moller Maersk CEO

    Nils Andersen, CEO of Moller Maersk, says that there will be a slow fourth quarter but 2014 will start better.

  • Tech IPO rush is beginning of the trend: LSE CEO

    Xavier Rolet, CEO of the London Stock Exchange, says that the trend of technology IPOs over the last six months will continue.

  • ICE CEO: Nothing more important than entrepreneurship

    With the Intercontinental Exchange and NYSE Euronext deal set to close, Jeff Sprecher, Intercontinental Exchange CEO, discusses the deal and says the greatness of the company is the way it raises capital.

  • Ken Griffin: I would break up the banking system

    In an exclusive CNBC interview Ken Griffin, Citadel CEO, discusses the state of banking. Griffin says, banking in America has become an incredibly concentrated industry which has diminished competition. Banks have become both too big to fail and manage. CNBC's Andrew Sorkin reports.

  • Citadel's Griffin: Washington needs to embrace pro-growth policies

    The Fed is facing a headwind on the battle to improve America, says Ken Griffin, Citadel CEO, to CNBC's Andrew Sorkin. Griffin adds poor Washington polices have put a damper on growth.

  • Citadel's Griffin:  We've made banks more difficult to manage

    Big banks aren't community banks, says Citadel CEO Ken Griffin, adding that the U.S. has plenty of room for midsize banks.

  • Virgin America CEO on profits, competition

    Virgin America CEO David Cush says his company has led the industry in revenue per available seat mile, and discusses the DOJ suit settlement over the U.S. Airways and American merger.

  • Virgin America CEO on AMR, US Airways settlement

    American and U.S. Airways have settled their merger suit with the Justice Department. Virgin America CEO David Cush weighs in on the impact the agreement will have on smaller communities.

  • Mexico becoming export hub for Americas: Nissan CEO

    Nissan Renault Chairman & CEO Carlos Ghosn discusses manufacturing in Mexico how his company is using the country as an export hub for its cars.

  • Dan Loeb: Owner of FedEx shares, we like the stock

    Dan Loeb, Third Point founder and CEO, says he met with FedEx CEO Frederick W. Smith. "We had a very constructive discussion about the company," he says.

  • Dan Loeb: No 'pump & dump' in Herbalife

    Dan Loeb, Third Point founder and CEO, discusses the differing opinions of his and Bill Ackman on Herbalife.

  • Dan Loeb: Good relationship with Sony

    Dan Loeb, Third Point founder and CEO, says his firm remains "very bullish on Japan," and wouldn't have made the Sony investment if they weren't. Loeb says he's had a very good relationship with the company.