After announcing a new free music streaming service for mobile devices, Spotify founder and CEO Daniel Ek discusses his vision for the future of music on the internet.
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.'
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.
CEO of NYSE Euronext Duncan Niederauer discusses the smooth Twitter IPO and how the New York Stock Exchange is listing more technology stocks.
CNN founder Ted Turner tells Fortune's Pattie Sellers the story of how CNN got its name. Watch for the full interview on Fortune.com on 11/19.
CNN founder Ted Turner talks to Fortune's Pattie Sellers about his regrets from how the AOL Time Warner merger occurred. Watch for the full interview on Fortune.com on 11/19.
CEO BJ Jenkins discusses Barracuda's opportunity for growth as it enters its first day on the public exchange.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz and former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates explain why it makes sense for the coffee company to hire veterans and why it's important for the country.
After years and million of dollars in development, Grand Theft Auto V had $800 million in sales in 24 hours. The CEO of Take-Two Interactive Strauss Zelnick talks about the record breaking release and the future of gaming.
Despite buying Motorola, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt still sees plenty of room for growth in Android within Samsung products.
Eric Schmidt says the NSA's spying tactics are clearly an overstep and that Google is now using greater encryption methods to make sure government agencies can't do this again.
The Container Store thrives as a public company and their employees will benefit as CEO Kip Tindell says about 40% of employees own stock.
Heineken USA President and CEO Dolf van den Brink explains how the company is innovating with alternatives to beer, like the new Radler, as massive demand for the beverage wanes in developed markets.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz discusses the company's new tea venture, Teavana, and responds to criticism about high prices in China stores.
Billionaire Warren Buffett says he supports the Affordable Care Act, but recognizes there is more work to be done on health care. He also says 'the market system' leaving people behind 'is the biggest problem we have.'
When asked if a potential deal on the debt ceiling that only raises it for a few months is just kicking the can, Warren Buffett responds 'the can should disappear.'
Howard Schultz is hoping customers will sign a petition calling on lawmakers to 'demonstrate leadership, conviction and courage.' He calls the government shutdown and debt ceiling debate 'shameful.'
CEO of T-Mobile John Legere says the larger wireless carriers 'make disgusting sums of money' on wild margins. Now he's trying to change that by lowering costs for consumers.
Billionaire Richard Branson calls the situation in Washington 'completely bizarre' and 'astonishing.' He also would like to see Obamacare play out, and he thinks the health care system in the UK 'works well.'
Billionaire Warren Buffett says fighting over the debt ceiling 'ought to be banned as a weapon' like 'nuclear bombs, too horrible to use.' His partner Charlie Munger says Buffett 'understated how awful it is' calling the practice 'deeply immoral.'
Alcoa CEO Klaus Kleinfeld says the government should raise the debt ceiling and then 'start a very serious discussion on fiscal reform.'
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein says he thinks a default on U.S. Government debt is unlikely, but that negative effects are already impacting markets.
The fast-food giant announced plans to offer healthy alternatives to fries in meals and non-soda beverages in Happy Meals. The initiative will roll out over the next few years.
Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent says it's important for corporations to take stands on social issues and work with local governments and non-profits to solve problems like youth unemployment.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says that providing customers with Kindle Fire tablets at a 'non-premium' price will help Amazon make a big splash in the tablet market.
Pete Flint says Trulia is more than a database of homes. He thinks that gives it an edge over rivals like Zillow and Move. But all three stocks have done well thanks to the housing rebound.
Poppy Harlow interviews Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz about his decision to ask gun owners not to bring their firearms into Starbucks stores around the country.
Xiaomi founder Lei Jun is running an innovative technology giant in China, but he's quick to point out the differences from Apple.
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer says he is not quite finished leading the technology giant as he announces a big deal to acquire Nokia's phone business.
For the first time, Ford Fusion vehicles are being built just outside Detroit, a positive sign that the automotive industry is bringing production back to the U.S.
CEO Howard Schultz says the coffee chain will keep its insurance plans even if Obamacare increases costs.
Donald Trump responds to fraud charges against Trump University and calls New York attorney general a 'total lightweight' and 'incompetent'.
Billionaire Carl Icahn talks about America's broken corporate governance system and why he tries to hold management accountable.
Lesa France Kennedy, CEO of the International Speedway Corp., discusses the company's expansion plans and what it's like being a female CEO in a male-dominated sport.
CEO David Barger says JetBlue's new first class will be cheaper than competitors, and that the airline is seeing 'rock solid demand' from passengers.
After failing to get into law school and overcoming criticism, Spanx founder Sara Blakely built an underwear empire.