The President of the World Bank Jim Yong Kim protested the World Bank decades ago, but says much has improved since then.
Mellody Hobson of Ariel Investments talks about her involvement on boards of Groupon, Starbucks and Estee Lauder
The former Indianapolis Colts quarterback leaves the city far richer than he or it was before he arrived 14 years ago.
HLN's A.J. Hammer sits down with legendary 'War Horse' director Steven Spielberg to find out what makes his creative mind tick.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg grew the college dorm room startup to a global tech giant with more users than most countries' populations.
Bill Gates says the wealthiest countries should not use austerity measures as an excuse to cut charitable funding.
Sneaker co. Converse's new recording studio offers free, no strings attached sessions to indie bands in the hopes of social media hype.
Virgin Group's Sir Richard Branson on his new foray into the banking business with takeover of the ill-fated British bank, Northern Rock.
Walter Isaacson, Steve Jobs' biographer, opens up about the personal side of the Apple founder.
After making millions in the music business, rapper 50 Cent launches high profile charitable business venture.
The first iPod went on sale on November 10, 2001 and by the end of 2010 Apple sold over 275 million of the iconic MP3 players.
Comic book creator Frank Miller says it was crafting deeper and darker stories that led to his success with Batman, Sin City and others.
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos has pushed his company into new areas that are redefining retail and technology.
Author Jim Collins recalls time Steve Jobs gave a guest lecture to his class and remembers being impressed with the former Apple CEO.
Google VP Marissa Mayer talks about making the switch from 'search,' to running Google's location and local services division.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley reflects on how Steve Jobs recruited him to run the tech company and why its board ultimately fired Jobs in 1985.
Fans from around the world react to news of Steve Jobs' death.
Steve Jobs' enthusiasm and sense of humor were on full display at the launch of some of Apple's greatest hits.
CNN's Alina Cho meets with J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler, and looks inside the fashion company that now has 233 stores worldwide.
Nathan Myhrvold's company, Intellectual Ventures, is one of the top owners of U.S. patents.