Business Strategy CEOs

  • AOL's 'Search and Find' Mission for Live Programming

    Tim Armstrong, AOL chairman & CEO, discusses his company's plans to expand its global strategy to include online video content.

  • Lloyd's Risk Index Results; Taxes Top the List

    Richard Ward, CEO of Lloyd's Of London, reveals the results of its survey which shows the greatest risks to global businesses include taxes, loss of orders and cybersecurity threats.

  • Nothing's Been Done on US 'Fiscal Mess': Expert

    Jay Sidhu, Customers Bancorp chairman & CEO, explains why he thinks the U.S. economy is not likely to improve anytime soon, despite the Fed's bond-buying program and interest rate strategy.

  • 'Fatburger' Avoids Obamacare

    West coast hamburger joint "Fatburger" has found a way to adjust ahead of Obamacare without cutting hours or employees. CEO of "Fatburger" Andy Wienderhorn explains how.

  • General Mills' New Products Lineup

    General Mills is launching a couple hundred new items says Kendall Powell, General Mills chairman and CEO, discussing the relaunching of Hamburger Helper and introducing Greek yogurt to school lunches.

  • Customer shops at a Kroger supermarket in Peoria, Ill.

    Kroger says it will acquire Harris Teeter Supermarkets in a deal valued at $2.5 billion, including debt, to expand in the Southeast and mid-Atlantic states.

  • William Lynch Jr., CEO of Barnes and Noble,

    Barnes& Noble CEO William Lynch has resigned effective immediately, the U.S. bookstore chain said on Monday.

  • RBC CEO: Leverage Ratio Not a Bad Thing

    Discussing the coming stricter leverage rules, and the state of the housing industry, with Gordon Nixon, Royal Bank of Canada president & CEO. "It's not a bad thing," Nixon says.

  • Alcoa CEO: Automotive Market in N. America Is Strong

    Alcoa CEO Klaus Kleinfeld speaks with the "Closing Bell" crew about his company's Q2 earnings, the downgrade by JPMorgan and the company's push into airlines and autos.

  • ISS Proxy Advisory Services is recommending that Dell shareholders approve the offer by CEO Michael Dell and Silver Lake Partners to take the company private.

  • John Malone

    Liberty Media's John Malone might be the most popular billionaire roaming the Sun Valley Resort as deal making returns to the spotlight.

  • Why Manufacturing Jobs Are Lagging

    Ronald DeFeo, chairman and CEO of Terex, shares his thoughts on why there is a lack of manufacturing jobs in the U.S., and weighs in on interest rates, debt and taxes.

  • Turmoil in Egypt, Oil Above $100

    Gold dropped 3 percent today after a strong jobs number this morning, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis. Also, is $100/barrel oil here to stay.

  • Key Health Care Provision Delayed

    The Obama administration has given companies with more than 50 workers an extra year to meet requirements of the ACA, reports CNBC's Bertha Coombs, talking with Alan B. Miller, Universal Health Services chairman and CEO.

  • Paychex CEO: Hopeful Hiring Will Bounce Back

    Paychex reported weaker than expected earnings. Mad Money host Jim Cramer speaks with the company's CEO Marty Mucci about its earnings, the state of business creation and hiring in the U.S. and the impact Obamacare might have.

  • Nascar CEO: Attracting Diverse Demographic

    Mad Money host Jim Cramer speaks to NASCAR Chairman and CEO Brian France about the U.S. economy, higher ratings and the shift in Nascar's demographic.

  • OTG Gives Airport Terminals a Tech Makeover

    This company aims to make waiting for a flight more enjoyable with free iPads in airport terminals so travelers can surf the Web and order a snack.

  • Coinstar Starts Trading as Outerwall

    Scott Di Valerio, Outerwall CEO, discusses the company's name change and recent acquisition of ECO ATM, a self-service kiosk used to purchase used mobile phones and other electronic devices.

  • Knight-Getco Complete Merger

    Daniel Coleman, CEO of Knight Capital Group, provides his perspective on the broker-dealer industry and gives his take on managing a high-frequency trading operation.

  • The level of merger and acquisition activity (M&A) has fallen to its lowest since 2004, according to a new report, but Goldman Sachs says confidence is returning to the M&A market.