Brett Davidson, CEO of Wavefront, talks about how his Powerwave technology will help oil companies get more bang for their buck.
Taser CEO Rick Smith thinks on-officer cameras will tone down confrontation between cops and protesters from Occupy Wall Street to Greece.
Kevin Lupowitz, CEO of the Rodman and Renshaw subsidiary Direct Markets says the platform would allow public companies to connect issue new securities directly to investors.
Nicholas S. Schorsch, chairman of American Realty Capital Trust, sees a slow but steady recovery in commercial real estate.
Facebook apps such as Universal's 'The Lorax's Stache' can enhance a product's visibility in a positive way. But Roger Katz, CEO of social media strategy company Friend2Friend, says consumers are turned off by marketing strategies that don't add value.
Web.com CEO David Brown says the acquisition gave his company the scale to grow.
33Across CEO Eric Wheeler explains how publishers are using software that allows them to benefit from copyright infringement.
David Green, President of Harvard Bioscience sees a billion-dollar opportunity in the synthetic esophagus for patients with cancer - if the company's device for the synthetic trachea can be adapted to other hollow organs.
Representatives from Change.org and SumofUs.org hand-deliver a petition of 250,000 signatures to Apple retail stores across the country, including at New York's Grand Central Station.
With jobs on the rebound, Tom Geisel, CEO of Sun National Bank talks about what congress needs to do to get financing from local banks in the hands of small businesses.