Twitter founder Jack Dorsey says the goal of the open letter to Washington is about 'establishing trust.' He also discusses Twitter's record stock price.
Doug Parker, CEO of the new American Airlines, discusses what customers will see that's different in the merged American and US Airways, now the largest airline in the world.
23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki talks about the challenges her company faces in working with the FDA to get approval to market its DNA kits.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally talks about the challenges of changing the look and feel of the Mustang to appeal to international and domestic customers.
Williams-Sonoma CEO Laura Alber says the British market is a gateway to open stores across Europe.
CEO Spencer Rascoff says the states hit hardest by the recession -- Arizona, Nevada and parts of California -- are now booming real estate markets.
Jake and Dick Leinenkugel say their decision to sell to Miller Brewing Company 25 years ago gave them the chance to reach a national audience.
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.'