Business Strategy CEOs

  • Liberty's media metamorphosis

    Mike Fries, CEO of Liberty Global, discusses the future of the media industry and reshaping the way people consume content. My kids don't get off the cable box anymore, says Fries. We're all about the bundle, he adds.

  • Spotlight on the economic recovery

    Government has to get out of the way, says Thomas Donohue, U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO & president, discussing job creation, the state of small business, and immigration reform.

  • Starwood expansion story on a tear

    Frits Van Paasschen, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide president & CEO, shares his thoughts on growing global demand in the lodging industry and weighs in on travel trends in 2014. I think we will offer more services and actually lower costs because of technology, says Van Paasschen, explaining how his business model is unlike the airline industry.

  • Marriott acquires South Africa's Protea

    Arne Sorenson, CEO & President of Marriott International, discusses his hotel's plans for global expansion and creating jobs in the industry.

  • Medicare Advantage is too big now: Aetna CEO

    Mark Bertolini, Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President of Aetna, discusses the government's Medicare program and weighs in on enrollment participation in Obamacare. I think too much is being made of the website, we all have website failures from time to time, Bertolini says.

  • JNJ CEO: Innovation most important

    Alex Gorsky, Johnson and Johnson chairman and CEO, sees a slower but steadier uptake among the medical device area under Obamacare, and projects an increased number of access among Medicaid and the exchanges.

  • The real life Jerry Maguire

    Legendary sports agent Leigh Steinberg, Steinberg Sports and Entertainment CEO, discusses the NFL's image issue and the concussion problems the league is facing. Steinberg talks about his personal downfall and comeback, and introduces his new book "The Agent."

  • 'Shark Tank' contestant's custom runners

    "Shark Tank" contestant Julie Goldman of The Original Runner Company CEO, discusses what her business can offer events. She says "Shark Tank" helped her business 100 percent.

  • Notre Dame deal watershed moment: Under Armour CEO

    Kevin Plank, Under Armour CEO, provides insight on his company's deal with Notre Dame.

  • Testing mobile app security

    Discussing mobile app security and the software testing market, with Doron Reuveni, UTest CEO and co-founder.

  • Cash to bitcoin in 15 seconds

    Zach Harvey, Lamassu CEO, explains a bitcoin ATM that converts your dollars into crypto cash. Harvey also discusses the advantages and legality of the conversion device.

  • In momentum market and momentum is good: Pro

    Michael Sonnenfeldt, Tiger 21 founder, and Jim McCaughan, Principal Global Investors CEO, discuss the performance of the U.S. private sector, overall market performance and where high net worth money is going.

  • The selection of a CEO to take over Microsoft may come sooner than expected, according to re/code.

  • LOYAL3: IPOs for the small investor

    Barry Schneider, Chairman & CEO of LOYAL3, discusses how his online brokerage firm aims to make investing easier.

  • 'Significant slowdown in major EMs': Unilever CEO

    Paul Polman, CEO of Unilever, says there has been a "significant slowdown" in major emerging markets like Brazil and India.

  • No big acquisitions in 2014: DSM CEO

    Feike Sijbesma, CEO of DSM, says the company will not be targeting "big" acquisitions in 2014, but will focus on "organic growth".

  • Company restructuring 'sustainable': African Barrick Gold CEO

    Bradley Gordon, CEO of African Barrick Gold, says the aggressive cost cutting in the business is "sustainable" and it will be a different company by the end of 2014.

  • Ethanol biofuel is the 'next big thing': Novozymes CEO

    Peder Holk Nielsen, CEO of Novozymes, says the biofuel called cellulosic ethanol is the "next big thing" but the growth market needs "to get ready" for it.

  • Datawind's $40 tablet: The iPad killer?

    Suneet Singh Tuli, CEO of Datawind, says the company is targeting the 3 billion people who can afford their $40 tablet.

  • Pulte CEO: Time to invest in home building

    Bill Pulte, Pulte Capital Partners CEO, discusses the state of housing stocks and reveals his best plays in the sector. We believe in the long-term and are very bullish on housing, Pulte says. The FMHR traders weigh in.