Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett talks about how his business partner Charlie Munger analyzes business more thoroughly than most investors.
Pimco CEO Mohamed El-Erian talks fiscal cliff, European crisis, China slowdown and more.
Sheila Bair, Karen Hughes, Mellody Hobson and Elaine Kamarck offer Romney and Obama advice for the Presidential debate.
Why Irene Rosenfeld is at peace with her smaller, tastier snack empire Mondelez.
Ex-Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz's advice to the current CEO Marissa Mayer - 'changing culture is not a sprint, it's a marathon.'
Ginni Rometty's mother's advice - 'actions speak louder than words', 'nothing is insurmountable' and 'you define yourself'.
The actress turned entrepreneur discusses what it was like to grow up on a military base and launch her own company.
The venture capitalist says anyone building a startup now must be able to do one thing "uniquely well."
Tyra Banks shares her mother's advice: Always think three steps ahead and be an independent woman.
Cisco CEO John Chambers shares his parents' advice on looking ahead and connecting with people emotionally.
Lululemon CEO Christine Day says that to be a good leader, it is very important to create the space for others to perform.
The author of 'Good to Great' shares the best advice that he got from his 'personal board of directors.'
Xerox CEO, Ursula Burns remembers the advice of her mother who encouraged her to be focus on giving back, not getting rich.
President of the ING Foundation says it is important to share who you are and what you value for a great business career.
Muhtar Kent, CEO of Coca-Cola, says to always look towards the future and never to the past.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg says join a company that is growing and you will find more opportunities.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong says that to be successful, talk about winning and moving forward but never talk about losing.
Bob McDonald, CEO of Procter & Gamble, says the ability to keep learning will lead you to success in business and personal life.
Executive Chairman of Ford, Bill Ford says his father's advice to do what you're passionate about is a key to success.
Attorney David Boies discusses the intense preparation he goes through before trying a case in court.
The CEO of Clorox shares the importance of looking out for your employees.
NBA star Alonzo Mourning shares words of wisdom that inspire his charitable work.
CEO of MediaCom Stephen Allan says this simple advice will never steer you wrong.
In philanthropy, knowing you might never win is all right says the billionaire investor.
Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix, says strategy is all about making hard choices.
The tennis legend says there's a lot of good on the other side of tired.
Food Network star and restaurant entrepreneur advises 'follow your passion' and don't 'ever accept no as an answer.'
Microsoft co-founder shares what he learned from industry leaders and competitors.
Berkshire Hathaway CEO says the key to investment is less emotion and more business judgment.
Charles Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, says classic homilies hold true in today's world.
A mentor is crucial to give perspective, says Google CEO.
Jim Rogers, president and CEO of Duke Energy, says it's crucial to keep your ears open at all times.
Gina Bianchini, CEO of Ning.com, says work to the peak of your ability.
The founder of The Vanguard Group says in investing 'nobody knows nothing.'
Microsoft co-founder and his father share their memories of Bill's upbringing.
Azul CEO and JetBlue founder says the mission to change air travel is key to his success.
Know where the other person is coming from and look for the win-win, says Christie Hefner.
John Lasseter says the company's secret is simple: creating relatable characters that have emotions and personalities.
eBay's Stephanie Tilenius says that if you don't risk failure, you aren't trying hard enough.
Under Armour's Kevin Plank says earning consumer trust is more important than getting a patent.
Wall Street investor Wilbur Ross says that 'if it seems too good to be true, it is...'
Pete Peterson, co-founder of The Blackstone Group, learned his best advice from novelist Joseph Heller.
Arianna Huffington says that the best advice she ever got from her mother was to be fearless.
Banking analyst shares her mother's advice - set achievable goals, realize them and recalibrate to keep moving higher.
Tom Freston, ex-CEO of Viacom says that problem solving is endemic of business in general.
Best Buy CEO Bradbury Anderson says managers should discover their own unique leadership message.
The founder of Quicken Loans shares the two most valuable pieces of advice he's received in his life.
The NBA star's father said that he would support him no matter what.
Felix Dennis, chairman of Dennis Publishing, says this is the best piece of business advice he ever received.
Former CEO of AIG says success in business requires courage, conviction and integrity.