Sony Computer Entertainment America CEO Jack Tretton weighs in on the state of business and what to expect for fall.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini at Three Days in the Valley discusses the company’s latest chip and the outlook for pc demand.
Motorola Mobility CEO Dennis Woodside on the company’s latest smartphone.
Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs on the company’s growth and efforts to develop new technology.
Garmin CFO Kevin Rauckman on the latest in the company’s line products.
Applied Materials Executive Chairman Michael Splinter on the company’s deal with Tokyo Electron.
UBS senior analyst Brent Thill on what Microsoft needs to do to boost its outlook.
Github’s CEO and co-founder Tom Preston-Werner breaks down his company’s goals and explains what it will take to continue its success.
Move, Inc. CEO Steve Berkowitz on the outlook for the housing market.
Jive Software CEO Tony Zingale, Jive CTO Matt Tucker, Ted Schlein of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Accel Partners consultant Bill Lanfri on what is involved in being a board member.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk on taking a trip in a Tesla Model S and expanding the market for the automaker.
Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk on the progress in developing SpaceX rockets.
Coursera CEO Andrew Ng on offering courses from top universities for free.
SV Angel co-founder David Lee on investing in startups.
Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman on the company’s work on a smartphone to add to its product line.
Intel CEO Paul Otellini at Three Days in the Valley discusses the company’s relationship with Apple and the latest tablets and laptops that use Intel chips.
Pandora founder Tim Westergren weighs in on company growth and mobile ad revenue.
M-Go CEO John Batter on bringing different media together under one app.
Intel Futurist Brian David Johnson on creating the technology for tomorrow.
Bodymetrics CEO Suran Goonatilake on using 3-D body scanning technology to find a person's size.