A year ago, many thought the big box electronics store was on its last legs, but the BestBuy.com president says 'it's a really good year for technology in general and consumer electronics in particular.'
Microsoft founder Bill Gates says drone delivery of physical products might not happen in the next 5 years, but thinks 'it would be great if we can come anywhere close to that for a lot of products.'
Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren says 15,000 shoppers lined up outside of its New York flagship store before it opened at 8pm on Thanksgiving.
Walmart U.S. CEO Bill Simon says retail is a service industry, and that the company's workers are well compensated for working on a holiday.
Kat Cole didn't have much growing up and started serving at Hooters at age 17. Now she's the president of a billion dollar company, Cinnabon.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk says the three fires in his cars have gotten too much attention, but also that Tesla's stock 'valuation was more than we had any right to deserve.'
With more entertainment features, better social connectivity and a graphics upgrade, Sony hopes that PlayStation 4 will be as successful as previous versions, despite head on competition from Xbox.
Chegg started as a hard-copy textbook rental website but has since grown to support students with more materials and digital resources. The CEO discusses the company's strategy after its IPO.
Entrepreneur Blake Mycoskie discusses Toms Shoes' 'One for One' program which gives free shoes to a poor children for every pair sold at retail and the company's new digital marketplace.