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Business Strategy CEOs

  • Sophisticated investment management made simple

    Jon Stein, Betterment CEO, discuss the company's $32 million round of funding and plans to make high-end financial planning services more affordable for the masses.

  • Jimmy Iovine new Steve Jobs?

    Beats inventor Noel Lee, Monster Inc. CEO, discusses the talents of Jimmy Iovine as a marketer and a producer. Lee says Iovine is very "Steve Jobs like."

  • Vanadium batteries: Energy sector's holy grail?

    Bill Radvak, CEO of American Vanadium, discusses the revolution in energy storage techniques with vanadium batteries.

  • Pfizer

    Pfizer has been rebuffed more often than a particularly unlucky suitor in a romance novel by coy AstraZeneca.

  • Western Union adapting strategy

    Hikmet Ersek, Western Union global CEO, discusses the convenience of their platform and competition in the global money transfer marketplace. Western Union averages 29 transactions per second.

  • Edible Arrangements' great year

    Edible Arrangements CEO Tariq Farid says he locks in produce prices a year in advance, and says his company is the "ultimate last minute" gift for Mother's Day.

  • Genetic sequencing Illumina CEO talks growth

    Shares of Illumina have soared more than 100 percent over the past year. CNBC's Meg Tirrell asks Jay Flatley, Illumina CEO, about the company's growth prospects in the growing space of genetic sequencing.

  • Clipping the digital coupon

    Steven Boal, Coupons.com CEO, discusses the company's strong quarterly earnings and the transition from paper to digital coupons.

  • Evolution of natural & organic foods

    Doug Sanders, Sprouts Farmers Market president & CEO, discusses rising food costs and breaks down competition in the natural foods and organics space.

  • Priceline CEO: See tremendous growth ahead

    Darren Huston, Priceline Group CEO, discusses the travel giant's growth prospects and why the company has not recently made any large acquisitions.

  • Zillow CEO: Home values appreciating about 6% YOY

    Spencer Rascoff, Zillow CEO, shares his thoughts on slower sales at Realogy, and the outlook on the spring selling season.

  • Who cares about net income: Athena CEO

    Jonathan Bush, chairman, CEO & president of Athenahealth, explains what he is focusing on to grow the business.

  • Athena is a $1,000 per share stock: CEO

    Jonathan Bush, chairman, CEO & president of Athenahealth, explains why a temporary dip in the stock is a great opportunity and why he thinks the stock is worth $1,000 a share.

  •  How Athenahealth makes money: CEO

    Jonathan Bush, chairman, CEO & president of Athenahealth, discusses his company's business model and how Athena is growing its customer base.

  • Athenahealth CEO: We are not a BPO

    Our business model holds the greatest hope for economic growth in this country for the next decade or two, declares Jonathan Bush, chairman, CEO & president of Athenahealth, defending his company against Greenlight Capital's David Einhorn's short call. We are a software enabled service, says Bush.

  • Finding commercial real estate's sweet spot

    There is a lot of capital from around the world flowing into real estate and the fundamentals are good, explains Robert Sulentic, CBRE Group president & CEO, sharing his outlook on the nation's real estate market. And Robert Wolf, 32 Advisors CEO, wants to know about the uptick in new construction. Don't expect a dramatic amount of new supply over the next couple of years, says Sulentic.

  • DirecTV is working with advisers including Goldman Sachs to weigh a possible merger with AT&T, according to Dow Jones, which cited sources.

  • Fred DeLuca, Subway co-founder and chief executive officer

    Subway's CEO sat down with CNBC to offer his solution to the minimum wage debate and respond to the yoga mat chemical controversy.

  • Investors like GasLog safety amid Ukraine crisis

    GasLog Partners CEO Paul Wogan, says he is very pleased with his company's first public day, and discusses geopolitical concerns and its security of liquid natural gas supply.

  • Dave Barger, chief executive officer of JetBlue Airways Corp.

    As his contract is about to expire in 2015, Dave Barger, JetBlue's CEO, is weighing on the future of the company and the names of possible successors.