About.me founder Tony Conrad says his social media company is for those who don't fit into the LinkedIn 'rubric,' and that buying back his company from AOL was 'amicable.'
Dreamworks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg says he bought AwesomenessTV, a YouTube channel, to target teens.
Cedar Fair CEO Matt Ouimet says that consumers 'find value' in theme parks and that Cedar Point's new roller coaster, The Gatekeeper, is his 'honor student.'
Investor Marc Andreessen says that Marissa Mayer needs to fix her company and 'people need to be in the same room.'
T. Boone Pickens says that cheap natural gas will become the go-to for transportation fuel and that leaders in Washington will eventually realize the economic benefits.
CEO Nigel Travis says the company is focused on growth in the U.S. where there is 'so much opportunity, it's incredible.'
TD Ameritrade CEO says that the reason why long-term investors continue to remain cautious is not so much the Fed, but GDP headlines and economic growth.
The President of the World Bank Jim Yong Kim says developing countries cannot wait for Europe and the U.S. to recover before investing in their societies.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says there is "much more excitement" thanks to profits in the auto industry despite the bad economy in Europe.
Pinnacle Foods doesn't just make pickles, and its products are in most U.S. homes. The CEO says the company is poised to grow as a public company.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz tells shareholders who don't agree with his same-sex marriage stance, "you can sell your shares of Starbucks."
Ed Whitacre says that morale was low when he assumed the top job at General Motors and that the government's bailout avoided a catastrophe.
Former CEO Ed Whitacre says that Steve Jobs was secretive about his new invention and that AT&T placed a big bet on being the iPhone's exclusive service provider.
Delta President Ed Bastian discusses buying a stake in Virgin Atlantic and how its oil refinery helps control rising fuel costs.
MJ Freeway is part of a growing, legal marijuana industry, providing software solutions for marijuana businesses.
CEO Russ Girling says the U.S. will benefit from TransCanada's proposed Keystone XL pipeline, and that it will be just as safe as other pipelines already in operation.
Embraer, Brazil's number one exporter of manufactured goods, is now building private jets for the rich around the world.
American Airlines CEO Tom Horton and US Airways CEO Doug Parker say there's no reason to believe fares will go up from the merger.
Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe says employees support the service changes and they are doing what is necessary to be strong in the future.
Dell decides to go private, the latest move by Michael Dell to take the computer company he founded to new heights.
Rebranding under the AutoNation name will create a new-car mega-dealership that stretches from coast to coast.
Arianna Huffington says the 'biggest crisis that is not being addressed out of Washington is youth unemployment.'
Marriott International CEO Arne Sorenson says customs and immigration at airports is too cumbersome and needs to be updated globally.
Bright Horizons CEO David Lissy talks to CNN's Alison Kosik about its IPO and the company's experience working with Bain Capital.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally says demand for new cars is strong in the U.S. but doesn't think the European economy has hit bottom just yet.
Herbalife President Des Walsh defends the company against Bill Ackman's claims that it is a 'pyramid scheme.'
The famed investor and chairman of Berkshire Hathaway took CNNMoney on a tour of his office. What we found might surprise you.
Delta CEO Richard Andersen says that Richard Branson and the Virgin brand are as a valuable to Delta as Virgin Atlantic's U.K. slots.
Christine Lagarde, managing director of the IMF, says a comprehensive solution to the fiscal cliff would calm global markets.
Howard Schultz says he is surprised by how popular the $7 coffee is among Starbucks customers.
Starbucks will pay additional taxes in the UK in 2013 and 2014 following public outcry.
Howard Schultz says that going over the fiscal cliff would be 'seismic and significant' for the U.S. economy and would have an 'avalanche affect on the rest of the world.'
Fred Smith says fiscal cliff talks should focus on the corporate tax policies first.
Black Friday is big for Macy's, but CEO Terry Lundgren says the long holiday shopping season means many shoppers will wait to buy.
CEO Gregory Rayburn says there's plenty of blame to go around but the baker's union strike was the final straw in Hostess' downfall.
Howard Schultz talks about Starbucks new store in Mumbai, a joint venture with India's Tata Group.
GE CEO Jeff Immelt says the U.S. economy is starved for investment and political deadlock in Washington is to blame.
CEO Meg Whitman says HP needs a smartphone but she has no interest in buying BlackBerry maker Research In Motion.
About 13 months after HP pulled the plug on its first attempt at a tablet, CEO Meg Whitman announces a new enterprise tablet.
Darden Restaurants CEO explains his new growth strategy and discusses the slowly recovering economy.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally discusses the weakness in the European auto market and the importance of a healthy U.S.-China relationship.
Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn shares his thoughts on China's growing GDP and the current state of the US and European markets.
CEO John Chambers says the Olympics are the most complex networking event in the world and that Cisco can handle it.
Caterpillar CEO Doug Oberhelman says the company is 'functioning on all twenty cylinders' and projects solid growth.
Domino's Pizza CEO Patrick Doyle says big events like the European soccer championship helped boost sales in Q2.
Arne Sorenson, CEO of Marriott, says the U.S. has a lot to gain if it caters to foreign tourists with relaxed visa and customs processes.
Despite having less money to gamble and spend, younger generations are flocking to Vegas and Caesars is trying to entertain them.
General Mills CEO says input costs for his company's products will go up only 2-3% over the next year compared to 10% last year.
Boeing International President Shep Hill says past missteps are guiding the company?s approach to getting its new 737 MAX aircraft ready for delivery in 2017.
Laugh all you want at Hormel's canned ham product, but on its 75th anniversary, Spam is more popular than ever.