Starbucks CFO Troy Alstead talks about the coffee company's growth strategies both globally and in the U.S., including the recent acquisition of Teavana.
Starbucks CFO Troy Alstead insists it's about engaging the consumer, not selling products. He explains why CEO Howard Schultz speaks out on so many social and political issues.
Troy Alstead says Starbucks is not changing its health benefits package for employees, but he is 'concerned about some of the unintended consequences' and how other firms react.
Aetna's CFO says the market needs to settle before his company jumps all in and that large insurers must adapt a 'competitive cost structure.'
According to CFO Shawn Guertin, Aetna saves money on real estate by letting employees work from home. And productivity is 'as good if not better.'
CFO Shawn Guertin discusses the problematic roll-out of the Obamacare exchanges and how employers may change their benefit plans in future.
Aetna CFO Shawn Guertin insists access to healthcare has become much better but the Affordable Care Act does little to address the growing cost of medical care.
AOL Brand Group CEO Susan Lyne says the ways people are accessing content is changing fast as content companies like AOL move more towards mobile.
AOL Brand Group CEO Susan Lyne discusses AOL's strategy to deliver unique content in different ways and how CEO Tim Armstrong has 'double-downed' on video.
AOL Brand Group CEO Susan Lyne discusses the benefits that user data has on their ability to reach a very targeted audience.
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