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Five Questions for Intuit CEO Brad Smith

Posted by: Reena Jana on May 27

Intuit's CEO and President Brad Smith will be visiting BusinessWeek's New York headquarters on June 3. What questions do you have for him? The company posted strong 3rd quarter...

Five Answers From Shantanu Narayen, CEO, Adobe

Posted by: Helen Walters on April 23

Yesterday, Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen visited our offices here in Manhattan, to meet with editors and discuss the company's strategies for future growth and innovation. BusinessWeek executive editor, John Byrne,...

Five Questions for Shantanu Narayen, CEO, Adobe

Posted by: Helen Walters on April 20

*UPDATE: Thanks, all. Shantanu just left the building, so no more questions please.* Founded by former Xerox PARC researchers in 1982, Adobe is one of the world's largest software...

Five Answers from Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook

Posted by: Helen Walters on April 10

Earlier this week, BusinessWeek Editor-in-Chief Steve Adler sat down with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg to quiz her on the company's past, its future, and her own career. In the mix,...

Five Questions for Sheryl Sandberg

Posted by: Helen Walters on April 01

A bit of a different format for 5Qs this time. Next Tuesday, April 7, BusinessWeek editor-in-chief, Steve Adler, will interview Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg, as part of the ongoing "Captains...

Five Answers From Kevin Rose

Posted by: Helen Walters on March 11

Kevin Rose of Digg came in to see us earlier today, and BusinessWeek tech reporter Doug Macmillan put some reader questions to the founder of the social news site....

Five Questions for Kevin Rose

Posted by: Helen Walters on March 10

Short notice, I know, but Digg's Kevin Rose is coming in to see my colleague Doug Macmillan (@dmac1) tomorrow morning. They'll be recording a separate video interview discussing Kevin's work...

Five Answers from Alberto Alessi

Posted by: Reena Jana on March 03

Alberto Alessi, the managing director of renowned Italian design company Alessi, visited the BusinessWeek headquarters today--and he sat down and addressed five questions from our readers. His answers might surprise...

Five Answers From Ron Williams, CEO, Aetna

Posted by: Helen Walters on February 23

Aetna's Chairman and CEO, Ron Williams came in to see us last week, and BusinessWeek's Diane Brady put five reader questions to him. In the video, Williams outlines his view...

Five Questions for Alberto Alessi

Posted by: Helen Walters on February 20

Storied Italian design company Alessi has been in business since 1921, with third generation family member Alberto Alessi now at the helm. Alberto will be in New York on...

Five Questions for Aetna CEO Ron Williams

Posted by: Michael Arndt on February 13

Ron Williams, CEO of Aetna, is stopping by BusinessWeek for an interview on Feb. 19. So what do you have to ask the chief of a company with $31.6 billion...

Five Answers From Brian Dunn, President, Best Buy

Posted by: Helen Walters on February 02

The incoming CEO of Best Buy, Brian Dunn, came in to see us last week, and Corporations Editor Matt Boyle sat down with him for a video Q&A in which...

Five Answers From Mike Morris, CEO, American Electric Power

Posted by: Helen Walters on January 27

Mike Morris, CEO of self-described "coal-centric utility," American Electric Power, came in to see us last week, and BusinessWeek Energy and Environment Editor, Adam Aston, picked reader-submitted questions to put...

Five Questions For Brian Dunn, President, Best Buy

Posted by: Helen Walters on January 22

On the face of things, Best Buy looks pretty well placed right now. Arch rival Circuit City filed for bankruptcy in November last year and after it announced its...

Five Questions for Mike Morris, CEO of American Electric Power

Posted by: Michael Arndt on January 16

The playing field tilts for much of U.S. industry with the Jan. 20 inauguration of President Barack Obama. The change could be dramatic--perhaps even traumatic--for American Electric Power. The Columbus,...

Five Answers From Tim Brown, IDEO

Posted by: Helen Walters on December 18

Tim Brown from IDEO came into see us here at BusinessWeek in New York earlier this week, and graciously answered five reader questions. Thanks to all for some really smart...

Five Questions For Tim Brown, CEO, IDEO

Posted by: Helen Walters on December 04

Tim Brown is one of the best known proponents of design thinking around, while IDEO, the company he now leads, is probably one of the most-cited examples of a design...

Five Answers from Motorola's Bruce Claxton

Posted by: Helen Walters on December 02

Bruce Claxton, Senior Director of Design Integration at Motorola came in to see us recently to answer some reader questions. Here's the video we shot of him tackling questions on...

Five Answers From Bob Nardelli

Posted by: Helen Walters on November 19

BusinessWeek executive editor John Byrne interviewed Bob Nardelli last week at a forum in Palm Springs, and as promised, he put five of our readers' questions to the man currently...

Five Answers From Roger Perlmutter

Posted by: Helen Walters on November 13

We recorded our inaugural video Q&A in the "Five Questions For..." series last week. Roger Perlmutter of Amgen came in and answered your questions. Next up, Motorola's senior design director,...

Five Questions for Bruce Claxton, Senior Director, Design Integration, Motorola

Posted by: Helen Walters on November 10

It hasn't exactly been the best of times for Motorola of late. As we reported recently, this year the company's market share plummeted to 8.4% globally, down from 22.4% in...

Five Questions For Bob Nardelli

Posted by: Helen Walters on November 05

Our crack Detroit team is reporting extensively on the goings-on in Michigan, as American auto manufacturers continue to struggle to survive. One of the biggest recent stories has been...

Questions for the pharma industry? Ask Roger Perlmutter, EVP R&D at Amgen

Posted by: Helen Walters on October 31

The stream of top executives who make a detour to BusinessWeek Towers (and our offices around the world) to chat about strategy, business and plans for the future is impressive...

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