Off The Cuff
Dwight Gooden: Cheating Death and Learning to Live Again
Dwight Gooden, former Major League Baseball pitcher
The biggest mistakes small business owners are still making
Most people don’t plan to lose when they're starting up their own business, but they should says Marcus Lemonis.
Novartis CEO is a quick study—and he had to be
Joseph Jimenez was in charge of the company’s over-the-counter business with drugs like Excedrin and Theraflu –when he was asked to lead the company’s pharmaceutical division. He proved he could do the job and more. Now he's trying to change the entire industry.
Deloitte CEO Wants Other CEOs to Relax
“This career, this job, is completely consuming. It can be 24/7. There's never an end of things you could be doing,” Jim Moffatt warns other CEOS.
Wells Fargo’s John Stumpf: I Never Set Out to be CEO
He's paid more than his peers and runs a bigger bank, yet this humble CEO from the Minnesota farm fields says he never set out to be a CEO.
John Hendricks: The 'Discovery' Man
John Hendricks, the founder and Executive Chairman of Discovery Communications talks about the mistakes he made and how he launched a network with Oprah Winfrey.
Bob Lutz’s Greatest Fault May Also Be His Greatest Strength
The auto industry veteran says that executives who stand by silently while their bosses make a mistake are almost committing an act of “criminal neglect. “
Fred Hassan: I'm an Unusual Leader"
Fred Hassan calls himself and ‘unusual leader’ but his record is revered on Wall Street. Now this turnaround whiz shares his secret sauce for change.
Peter Diamandis: Mining Asteroids, the XPRIZE and Changing the World
Peter Diamandis plans to mine asteroids for profit and precious metals; change the world’s health care and revolutionize education.
Mark Tercek: A Wall Street Plan for Nature
This former investment banker is hoping his experience on Wall Street making million dollar deals will help him with his new client: mother earth.