I took part in a panel at the Summit at Sea conference in Miami a few weeks back. During the discussion, I was asked how to keep the culture of the family business as the enterprise grew to its present size.
It has now been a week since the horror of the terrorist attacks in Paris that took the lives of 129 innocent people. The people of Paris have demonstrated incredible courage, frequenting the outdoor cafes and going about their daily lives.
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Jacques Attali feels passionately about needing to reorient capitalism towards the long-term view.
I am so pleased that David Weinberger and Doc Searls have issued New Clues, an update on fifteen years since the Cluetrain Manifesto, which has been so seminal in the development of the Internet.
With the holiday season in full swing, I’d like to take a moment and recognize a man who is helping to change the world one child at a time.
There was a lovely ceremony honoring five other leaders in the PR field. A video introduced Dan. I had not heard his voice for nearly two years.
We are storytellers with a journalistic mindset, but now we create picture books grounded in sight, sound and motion, not just words.
I had a very specific choice to make: the family business or the corporate career I had planned on.
Did you know that only 4 percent of elementary schools, 8 percent of middle schools and 3 percent of high schools offer daily physical education?
The idea of using financial institutions to stop human trafficking came from the first Trust Women conference organized by the Thomson Reuters Foundation.
This is the present of a businessman to the people of France, in appreciation of the opportunity afforded him over the past three decades to build the world’s leader in prestige brands.
Here was our situation three years ago: women made up two thirds of our employee base, but only one third of our executive ranks.