Coupons.com CEO Steven Boal says being able to digitally clip coupons has helped the company avoid tough times as newspaper sales plummet.
As PC sales rapidly decline, Logitech has moved from keyboards and mice into mobile accessories.
The first female CEO of a major automaker explains her philosophy on climbing up the corporate ladder.
Jon Matonis, Executive Director of the Bitcoin Foundation, says Bitcoin is safe, but maintains it is an experimental platform that should still be considered in beta.
Starting out as a trunk maker, the Louis Vuitton brand is now estimated to be worth $30 billion.
Nokia's Stephen Elop discusses the new Nokia X line of devices, Android, and not becoming the CEO of Microsoft
BlackBerry CEO John Chen talks about the need for the struggling phone maker to keep enterprise customers.
LEGO says they became the number two toy manufacturer by staying true to what kids want.
CEO Jon Oringer discusses the success of stock photo company Shutterstock.com.
CEO Kevin Plank says the company 'got dragged through the mud a little bit' after Team U.S.A. speed skating performed poorly at the Olympics.
Zappos is transitioning to a new organizational structure. It's not what you're used to, and it's not a democracy. Here's a look at how a company can run as a holacracy.
De Beers CEO Phillipe Mellier says the hottest diamond markets in the world are the U.S. and China.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong says 'we might have the most scaled media strategy in the digital age.'
Why AOL sold PATCH despite CEO Tim Armstrong saying local news is 'critically important.'
Expedia CEO Dara Khosrowshahi discusses optimistic trends in the travel industry and his future outlook for mobile spending.
GoldieBlox CEO Debra Sterling talks about what makes her toy company different and why she created GoldieBlox, an engineering toy for girls.
Prudential Center CEO says over 3,000 members of the media will interview coaches and players in front of 10,000 fans at Super Bowl media day in Newark this year.
Chief Operating Officer of Goldman Sachs Gary Cohn says that the 1%-1.5% growth in developed world economies is not enough to get sustained growth worldwide.
After years of declining sales in Europe, Renault-Nissan has a big hole to dig out of. But CEO Carlos Ghosn says he is 'cautiously optimistic' and believes the company is well diversified around the world.
Cisco CEO John Chambers discusses the effectiveness of deals made at Davos and expounds on his vision of everything being connected to the internet with a $19 trillion impact over 10 years.
BP CEO Bob Dudley wants to boost the morale and get people 'feeling good about working with BP.'
At Davos, U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO Tom Donohue insists trade agreements will help create jobs in the U.S. and says business has a role in improving education which is holding the economy back.
Delta CEO Richard Anderson on why the hub in Atlanta is so important to the airline and what is next in 2014.
Tesla founder and CEO Elon Musk says a cheaper Tesla will be available in about 3 years. He also says the company is working on a pickup truck in the long run and is 'very excited' about the China market.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tells CNN's Poppy Harlow that the company sent out a software update to fix overheating wall adapters.
Mark Reuss, President, GM North America discusses why electric cars are crucial to GM.
Rolls Royce Motor Cars CEO Torsten Mueller-Oetvoes says the company is 'nicely balanced globally' with room for expansion and discusses who typically buys such an expensive car.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere has no hesitations taking on AT&T and Verizon. And it seems like he is gaining steam.
Wal-Mart's Neil Ashe describes how the retailer used Black Friday as a way to introduce in-store shoppers to Walmart.com.
Former AllThingsD co-founder Walt Mossberg discusses why he decided to spin off from the Wall Street Journal and start re/code.
Capital New York President Jim VandeHei says the site is poised for growth with a focus on investigative journalism.
Capital New York President Jim VandeHei says not having a legacy print version makes the news site far more adaptable for the future.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg tries to change the popularity of science by awarding $3 million and the Breakthrough Prize to 8 scientists.
Mark Zuckerberg says the government 'could have created a lot more trust' if they were more open about some of their practices. He also doesn't seem to care that Facebook is joining the S&P 500.
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.