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.
Muriel Siebert takes pride in becoming the first woman to own a seat on the NYSE, paving the future for women on Wall Street.
The comic book writer says there will always be paper comic books because you can't collect digital files the way comics are collected.
The Huffington Post founder says 'There is something in our DNA that loves reading newspapers, at least for people my age.'
The horror author says writing is a form of self-hypnosis and having a daily routine helps him fall into a trance.
Scott Cook, co-founder of the financial software company, recounts how the company ran out of money before hitting it big.
Intel's director of interaction and experience research says it's deceptive to say we all have the same relationship with the web.
Founder and Ex-CEO of JetBlue says its not the events, but how you react to them, that matters in life.
Kevin O'Connor on why he left the company he co-founded and how coaching high school wrestling is the ultimate challenge.
Founder Jack Hidary discusses how he came up with the idea for EarthWeb and Dice.
Bill Gross talks about how his lessons at the blackjack table translated to running a global investment firm.
Co-founder Reid Hoffman talks about why he created the social network and the projects he'll be working on in the future.
Conservation International CEO Peter Seligman says the Gulf oil spill can serve as a wake-up call to change energy policy in the U.S. and abroad.
Tom Freston says music videos will always be around as entertainment and a promotional tool.
Dr. Seth Berkley, CEO of the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, believes AIDS will be brought under control in his lifetime.
Quantum Fund co-founder Jim Rogers says the key to being successful is finding out where the money comes from and goes to.
Jim Barton says he doesn't waste time watching linear TV when a TiVo isn't available.
Father of video games Nolan Bushnell says he knew early on in his career that electronic games would be a hit.
The developer of the digital camera prototype dreams of cultures communicating in images instead of words.
Philip Rosedale discusses what inspired him to create a virtual world of digital building blocks.
Teach For America's founder says you don't need to be 'born to teach,' you can learn the skills to be a good teacher.
Venture capitalist Paul Holland is building America's highest LEED GreenPoint Rated house in Portola Valley, Calif.
Co-founder and former CEO of XM Radio Hugh Panero says content quality determines whether users will pay for it.
A hip-hop legend Russell Simmons says his life took several good turns and gives advice to young entrepreneurs.
Renowned economist Nouriel Roubini talks about how he became a 'dismal scientist' and opens up about his guilty pleasure.
Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter and Square, says working as a programmer for an ambulance dispatcher led him to the idea for the social network.
CEO Richard Braddock talks about the lessons he's learning in running the online grocery company.
Founder Yvon Chouinard explains why his company is encouraging people to recycle their old clothes.
Chef, writer and restaurateur Mario Batali reveals his childhood aspirations and what his guilty pleasures are.
Co-founder and CEO Josh Williams shares his inspiration for creating, and how he runs, the location-based app.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee created the Web and explains the Web's future potential to connect people around the world.