Don Berwick, the outgoing Medicare chief, discusses the biggest problems facing health care and how he thinks they can be fixed.
Shelly Lazarus, chairman of Ogilvy and Mather, discusses how she succeeded in the male-dominated advertising industry.
CEO Howard Schultz talks about the inspiration behind the coffee company and what it will be like in 10 years.
Martin Cooper, creator of the first cell phone in 1973, envisions a future where cell phones keep us healthy by monitoring our bodies.
Harlem Children's Zone president Geoffrey Canada says hiring better teachers and extending the school year will fix public education in our cities.
Ali Velshi gets a hands-on demonstration with the Personal Robot II, a programmable robot created by Willow Garage.
The 10-time Grammy winning recording artist says his business on the street taught him guiding principles for the business world.
Father of index funds John Bogle says an article in Fortune magazine inspired him to become an investor.
The skateboarding pioneer says he never expected to earn anything for his craft besides free gear and his face on a magazine.