Corner Office - Most Recent
Jul 1, 2010
A few years ago, Dan Hesse was hired to turn things around at Sprint, which lost millions of customers and billions of dollars after network problems and customer service complaints following a merger with Nextel. Hesse talks about how he plans to get all those customers back.
Nov 10, 2009
John Rowe, CEO of Exelon, the nation's biggest generator of nuclear power, talks about why he favors part of the Senate's energy bill, and where his industry fits in an era of climate change.
Sep 4, 2009
ESPN President George Bodenheimer got his start in the mailroom 29 years ago, back when a 24-hour sports network was considered a crazy idea. He talks about what ESPN means for sports today.
Aug 13, 2009
Michael Eisner, CEO of The Tornante Company, talks about the importance of content on the Internet.
Jul 7, 2009
Google is famously known for its motto, "Don't be evil." In an interview with Kai Ryssdal at the Aspen Ideas Festival, CEO Eric Schmidt talks about whether the company's presence in so many people's lives is always a good thing.
May 20, 2009
Gregg Steinhafel, chairman and CEO of Target Corp., talks about the company's strategy for weathering the recession and expanding its place in the retail market.
Apr 7, 2009
Intel CEO Paul Otellini is an MBA at a company that had been founded and run by engineers. He talks about his 25 years in the computer chip business and the company's strategy for bouncing back from the slow economy.
Mar 11, 2009
FedEx's performance is one of the indicators of the overall economy that even the Federal Reserve keeps an eye on. Fedex president and CEO Fred Smith talks about how it's handling the recession.
Feb 10, 2009
Kraft Foods, the company that invented pasteurized processed cheese food is losing market share to lower-priced competitors. CEO Irene Rosenfeld talks about how Kraft is trying to put the bounce back in its cheese business.