Business Strategy CEOs


  • Wolters Kluwer achieves 3% organic growth in H1

    Nancy McKinstry, CEO of Wolters Kluwer, says the company has been investing to grow its digital portfolio and discusses the half-year earnings.

  • We feel great about the second quarter: Barclays CEO

    Jes Staley, CEO of Barclays, discusses the bank's recent earnings and says the U.S. economy is doing well at the moment.

  • Transaction activity in wealth management is low: UBS CEO

    Sergio Ermotti, CEO of UBS, talks about the bank's latest earnings and the impact of Brexit on its business.

  • Marriott CEO on earnigs

    Marriott International CEO Arne Sorenson discusses revenue growth and the outlook of corporate bookings.

  • Facebook trading at all-time high levels

    Business Insider CEO Henry Blodget and senior portfolio manager at Synovus Trust Daniel Morgan discuss Facebook's future and how it compares to their tech heavyweights reporting this week.

  • What's next for GoPro?

    GoPro CEO Nick Woodman discusses their competitive market and the company's new camera and drone to launch this year.

  • Akamai CEO on growth

    Akamai’s CEO Tom Leighton discusses earnings, growth, competitors and cloud security.

  • Groupon CEO: Fighting to build our business

    Richard Williams, Groupon CEO, talks about the challenge of building the company's core business. There is a ton of room for innovation in the local space, says Williams.

  • ISTANBUL, July 28- Turkey's biggest petrochemicals company Petkim said on Thursday its chief executive had resigned, and the state-run news agency said he had been detained in connection with a failed coup. Petkim, owned by Azerbaijan's Socar, said in a stock-exchange filing that Anar Mammadov has become CEO after his predecessor, Saadettin Korkut, resigned.

  • PITTSBURGH— GNC, which has seen its stock halved over the past year, suspended its guidance for the year its chief executive is leaving the company after a failed turnaround attempt. Michael Archbold, who joined the company less than two years ago, will step down and he has resigned from the board. For the period ended June 30, GNC Holdings Inc. earned $64 million, or 94...

  • We have to cautious because of uncertainty: AIB CEO

    Bernard Byrne, CEO of AIB, comments on the Irish bank's latest results and outlines what challenges lie ahead.

  • We grew the topline by 3%: Diageo CEO

    Ivan Menezes, CEO of Diageo, says he is pleased with the company's resilience as all its global brands return to growth.

  • Brexit has no immediate impact: Credit Suisse CEO

    Tidjane Thiam, CEO of Credit Suisse, comments on the bank's second-quarter profits and talks about how Brexit may affect the bank's strategy.

  • We delivered across every category: Logitech CEO

    Bracken Darrell, CEO of Logitech, talks about the tech company's latest results and explains from where the sales strength is coming.

  • Jean-Pascal Tricoire, CEO of Schneider Electric, says his company has seen signs of stabilization in the economy and discusses the latest earnings.

  • July 27- Eli Lilly& Co will likely step up the pace of making deals with other drugmakers while aggressively developing new drugs on its own, the company's newly appointed chief executive said on Wednesday. Company veteran David Ricks will become CEO on Jan. 1, after John Lechleiter, 62, retires by year-end, the Indianapolis- based drugmaker said.

  • CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts— The chief of Harvard University's $37 billion endowment is resigning after less than two years at the helm. Harvard Management Company, the university's investment arm, announced on Wednesday that President and CEO Stephen Blyth will resign immediately for unspecified personal reasons. Robert Ettl was named interim CEO during...

  • Brian Roberts, chairman and chief executive officer of Comcast Corp.

    Comcast CEO Brian Roberts says an uptick in ad sales and the lowest net loss of video customers in a decade are good signs for TV.

  • UK pharma giant records net loss for the second quarter but is set to gain from export-driven growth.

  • Eli Lilly Chairman and CEO John C. Lechleiter will retire in December after leading the drugmaker through a challenging period in which it lost U.S. patent protection for several top-selling products. Lechleiter focused on developing new drugs, as opposed to making big acquisitions, to grow the company's business, and the new CEO will benefit from that, said...