Ask the CEOs
Scott Keogh, president of Audi of America, highlights the key role that Audi plays in the profitability of its corporate parent, German automaker Volkswagen AG.
After being sold to Irish cider giant C&C Group in 2012, Woodchuck Cider lost its grip on the U.S. cider market but found its innovative spirit.
Mercedes Benz may be a name that has become synomymous with luxury, but its futures may be built on its ability to penetrate new segments of the car market.
Any company in business is collecting a good bit of data, from sales to profits to why a customer is buying a certain product.
Full Sail Brewing has kept afloat for 27 years by limiting its selection, appealing to a broad buyer base and going where the beer snobs aren't. It wasn't always easy, but it's working.
As craft beer booms and breweries and brands multiply, TapHunter turns beer geekery into vital business information while Untappd and Pintley show breweries what's working and what isn't.
By offering signature concessions and local food and beers, Centerplate CEO Des Hague and his company help keep the Seattle Mariners, San Francisco Giants and Tampa Bay Rays in the game.
Leap Frog CEO John Barbour points out that Leap Frog has just started to jump into foreign languages and he expects huge growth in foreign markets.
Adam Patti, CEO of IndexIQ, recommends investors consider bond alternatives to get yield in this environment.
Medifast CEO Mike MacDonald expects 19% growth in the meal replacement business.
TheStreet asked CEOs at the ICR XChange conference to reveal their favorite company product.
TheStreet asked several CEOs to describe their outlook for their companies in 2013.
Several CEOs at the ICR XChange conference downplayed the effect of new health care requirements, but Jan Kniffen thinks the costs will be higher than they will admit.
B&G Foods CEO Dave Wenner is pleased that costs are coming down, but he still thinks that his shoppers are pinching pennies.
Einstein Noah Restaurant Group CEO Jeff O'Neill has big plans for 2013 including expansion, catering and cost cutting initiatives.
Retail expert Jan Kniffen, of Jan Kniffen Group is hearing that retailers are worried about losing spending from the working poor due to higher taxes at the ICR XChange conference.
Dunkin' Donuts CEO Nigel Travis is confident its coffee can beat new competitors
GIII Apparel CEO Morris Goldfarb is optimistic about 2013. Calvin Klein has been a standout.
At the 2013 ICR XChange, Denny's CEO John Miller says the company is making a big move to grab the coffee crowd.
Richard Branson, the creme de la creme of entrepreneurs, reveals how he is promoting job growth in struggling economies.