Warren Buffett has spent more time talking to journalists than any CEO in America. The reason he says is partially because he’s in his 80s, and the other part is that he likes journalists. But he says even the good ones have a blind spot called confirmation bias.
Many famous people would be nobody if not for the pink slip. Learn why getting fired may not be the worst thing to happen in your career.
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein weighs in on the company’s role in the financial crisis, how to improve corporate governance, and dealing with the firm’s reputation in a decidedly anti-business environment in this Q&A with Jeffrey Cunningham.
For someone with lousy people skills, Steve Jobs knew how to bring out the best in them, particularly on the creative side.
While Tesla was moving ahead of the competition without spending a dime, P&G's marketing machine was watching closely.
Tesla is the most valuable automobile brand in America, while having no car dealers or advertising. That is not a coincidence.
How do you challenge the Commander in Chief? You do it, as the expression goes, carefully. General David Petraeus shares his experience with Jeff Cunningham.