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Uncertainty over Trump's travel ban is a cloud for the industry, Expedia CEO says

In this episode of Corner Office, Dara Khosrowshahi, CEO of Expedia and an Iranian immigrant, talks about Trump's travel ban and the travel industry. "Companies don't like uncertainty, travelers don't like uncertainty," Khosrowshahi said. Also, how Ticketmaster helped him convince Barry Diller to get into the online travel business and why those cheap United airline tickets might be a good thing for Expedia.Subscribe to the Corner Office podcast on iTunes. 

Hearst's Joanna Coles: magazines are a finger beckoning to the future

Hearst Communications is a 130-year-old company best known for its magazines like Cosmo, Elle, and Esquire. A year ago, it appointed Joanna Coles, then the editor-in-chief of Cosmo, as the company's first ever Chief Content Officer. She talked with us about her career in journalism and why she thinks magazines will never go away.Subscribe to the Corner Office podcast on Apple Podcasts.

Full Interview: Janice Min pulls back the curtain on Hollywood

The Hollywood Reporter, one of the major trade magazines for the entertainment industry, was on its last legs in 2010 when Janice Min joined the team as editorial director. Since then, Min has transformed the magazine. Her bosses must have really liked her work because they soon promoted her to Co-President and Chief Creative Officer, and added Billboard Magazine to her portfolio as well. Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal talks to her about how she did it.Click the audio player above to listen to the full interview, or subscribe to our Corner Office podcast on iTunes.

Extended interview: Jim Koch, founder of Sam Adams

The Boston Beer Company, brewers of Sam Adams Lager, is the biggest producer in the craft beer market. The company shipped over 4 million barrels of suds last year and that brought in a crisp $1 billion in revenue. All that and Boston Beer accounts for just a mere 1.5 percent percent of all beer production in the U.S.And that's got some people wondering where Sam Adams fits in craft beef definition.

Extended Interview: Izumi Kajimoto leads Stetson into the 21st century

After 27 years of working for fashion giants like Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, and Donna Karen, Izumi Kajimoto took the CEO reins of Stetson Worldwide, the makers of the famous Stetson cowboy hat. Kajimoto explains how she's making hats relevant again.Click the audio player above or subscribe to the Corner Office podcast to listen to hear more full and extended interviews with CEOs.

Full Interview: The head of Scott Free Productions on old TV and new TV

The Television Academy announced this year's Emmy nominees last week. David W. Zucker, President of Television at Scott Free Productions, got the nod for two very different shows produced by his company. "The Good Wife," appearing on CBS received four nominations and so did "The Man in the High Castle," an Amazon series.Subscribe to the Corner Office podcast on iTunes.