• Steve Jobs And Alan Mulally Unleashed Innovation With...
    Forbes - May 16
    Ford CEO Alan Mulally is credited with one of the greatest turnarounds in American business history. It’s hard to imagine that in October 2006, Ford posted a $5.8 billion quarterly loss and was headed to bankruptcy. Ford... Read »
    3 months ago
  • Why Are There No Openly Gay Major CEOs?
    NYT - May 16
    When the National Football League this month drafted its first openly gay player, Michael Sam, he joined a roster of recent firsts — from the first out nightly news and morning-television anchors, United States senator and... Read »
    3 months ago
  • From Anti-Capitalist To CEO: How Sophia Amoruso Made...
    Washington Post - May 14
    Typical business books are definitely not written by a former dumpster-diving shoplifter. Then again Sophia Amoruso, the CEO of online fashion site Nasty Gal and author of the new book #GIRLBOSS, is not your typical CEO. Read »
    3 months ago
  • In The Race To An IPO, Is Box Softening Its Stance?
    Forbes - May 14
    One thing no one has ever been able to accuse Box’s co-founder and CEO Aaron Levie of is being wishy-washy when it comes to his view about the cloud. Levie is perhaps the tech world’s number one poster boy for the... Read »
    3 months ago
  • Lorenzo Zambrano Cemex CEO Dies
    Bloomberg - May 13
    Lorenzo Zambrano, who built Cemex SAB into the biggest cement producer in the Americas with a two-decade, $29 billion buying spree and then saw the Mexican company flirt with default, has died at 70. Zambrano died of natural... Read »
    3 months ago
  • Samsung Chairman Recovering After Heart Attack
    NYT - May 12
    The chairman of Samsung Electronics, Lee Kun-hee, who helped transform the business into a technology giant, was in stable condition Sunday after suffering a heart attack, the company said. Mr. Lee, 72, was recovering at... Read »
    3 months ago
  • Skype Co-Founder On The Perils Of Going International
    Inc - May 8
    Niklas Zennström, the co-founder of Skype, who is now an investor in international growth-stage companies, hails from a suburb of Stockholm, Sweden. Growing up in a small country may have had no small effect on his outlook... Read »
    3 months ago
  • Nasty Gal CEO Shares Her Playbook
    Fortune - May 7
    "I've always had issues with following the rules, which has made Nasty Gal the only thing I'm capable of doing." So says Sophia Amoruso in her new book, #Girlboss, but based on her success turning a shoplifting habit and an... Read »
    3 months ago
  • Warren Buffett On His Biggest Weakness
    Fortune - May 6
    Can you build one of the world's most successful companies and also be a great boss? Warren Buffett may be one of the few executives to accomplish this feat. In acquiring the dozens of companies that today make up his $315... Read »
    3 months ago
  • GoPro CEO On Success: ‘You Are Your Own Worst...
    Business Insider - Apr 22
    Nicholas Woodman, billionaire founder and CEO of GoPro, says his biggest fear in life isn't a fear at all. It's a hard-knocks lesson he learned: "In your personal life and in business, you are your own worst enemy. Or you... Read »
    4 months ago
  • Neil Young’s Viral Kickstarter Campaign Has...
    Inc - Apr 18
    Neil Young is on a mission to rescue the art of recorded sound, and thanks to his recent Kickstarter effort, he might pull it off. His widely publicized campaign for the Pono music player, a portable device that aims to... Read »
    4 months ago
  • Wall Street CEO On The 2 Traits Every Successful...
    Business Insider - Apr 15
    After spending 40 years on Wall Street building Perella Weinberg, a global investment firm, Joe Perella has seen people come and go. In an interview with financial career site OneWire, he shared what he thinks gives people... Read »
    4 months ago
  • T-Mobile CEO Boasts About No Overage Charges
    NBC - Apr 14
    T-Mobile has eliminated overage charges and its brash CEO John Legere wants everybody to know about it. Now Legere is starting a crusade against overage charges, which are the penalties and higher rates people pay when they... Read »
    4 months ago
  • Pimco’s Bill Gross Picks Up The Pieces
    Businessweek - Apr 10
    There is no one who talks quite like Bill Gross, the co-founder of Pimco. He is perhaps the most influential financial manager of the past two decades, yet his stories involve an equal mix of whimsy and sheepishness, with... Read »
    4 months ago
  • Sheryl Sandberg Has No Plans To Run For Office
    Business Insider - Apr 9
    Sheryl Sandberg was on NBC's "The Today Show" this morning to talk with Savannah Guthrie about her new book "Lean In For Graduates" which follows the success of last year's bestseller "Lean In." The book is going to focus on... Read »
    4 months ago