Undersecretary for Economic, Energy, and Agricultural Affairs and former Goldman Sachs vice chair Robert Hormats on how new American technologies and stronger exports can strengthen the US economy.
Former deputy press secretary to George W. Bush, Tony Fratto, and Presidential Historian Michael Beschloss on the State of the Union address and the President's opportunity for a second term agenda.
The incredible story of Ping Fu, the entrepreneur who overcame a childhood in labor camps of China's cultural revolution to running an award-winning 3-D technology company.
Nobel Prize winning economist Paul Krugman on the looming sequester, the growing deficit and how to boost the American economy.
Former Chairman of AT&T, Ed Whitacre, came out of retirement to run General Motors during the auto bailout. He discusses lessons of the auto bailout, and its impact on American business management.
Inside the rare and semi-private world of bespoke jewelry, with the high-end company you may not have heard of, but is a long-favorite among America's best and brightest.
"Smash" producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron on the musical business from Broadway to Hollywood to the 2013 Academy Awards.
Billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft founder Bill Gates on the technology and performance of the company he founded.
Former Federal Reserve Vice Chair Alan Blinder and former Deputy Treasury Secretary Roger Altman on the disappointing performance of US gross domestic product at the end of 2012 and its impact on the economy in the year ahead.
Harvard University Professor Ken Rogoff assesses the overall mood of the world's most influential business and political leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. Rogoff also forecasts what's next for the U.S. and global economies.
JPMorgan Chase's Jamie Dimon talks candidly about cleaning up the bank and his drastic pay cut after the London Whale trading losses. He also discusses the state of the economy, impending regulation of the banks, and Washington's need for a grand bargain.
With an empire that rivals Oprah Winfrey, China's Yang Lan is a force in the media world to the tune of $1 billion. But being a successful businesswoman in China isn't without its challenges. The TV maven explains the changing role of women there, as well as China's economy and increasing openness.
Investment Strategist Russ Koesterich and the former chief economist for VP Biden, Jared Bernstein, discuss the debt ceiling debate's impact on the markets and the ways corporate America will do business.
The CEO who compared health care reform to "fascism," Whole Foods' John Mackey on the costs of health and healthy food.
Municipal bond investor Alexandra Lebenthal started a series of women-only poker nights, proving that mastering the poker face is good for business.
BuzzFeed founder Jonah Peretti and editor in chief Ben Smith describe how social sharing has changed the way the news is reported and received, and how viral best-of lists and goofy cat pictures may support the future of journalism.
A rough year for video game industry ends with a big December drop. CNBC's Julia Boorstin has the numbers.
With a soft economy impacting demand for four-year college degrees, Harvard's president, Drew Faust, weighs in on the need for affordable education.
French fashion executive PPR CEO Francois-Henri Pinault oversees brands as diverse as the Gucci Group and Puma. He says growth from female and young consumers will lead to a bright future for his stable of nearly twenty luxury and lifestyle brands.
Investor Mohamed El-Erian on the positive December jobs report and the fragility of our economy, as well as Washington¿s dysfunction over the "fiscal cliff" debate.