While philanthropy is personal and varies from company to company, there are a few best places to start if you are interested in engaging in charity for all of the right reasons
Former Home Depot CEO Bernie Marcus is proof that doing good is not antithetical to doing well, just as free enterprise is not antithetical to community progress.
Paul Barber, CEO of Prophix, had a growing profitable business across the border in Canada for years as a software distributor. Then NAFTA happened and essentially killed that market, forcing Prophix to do a U-turn.
Tesla’s annual meeting taught the corporate governance community that shareholder independence is alive and well.
By creating an organized work environment, tracking your revenue accurately, negotiating fairly, and preparing yourself for the next stage in your professional life, you’ll set up your sale for success and find the right buyer who recognizes your brand’s value.
How does a mid-sized company in the fiber optics world challenge the Cisco and Junipers of the world? InterOptic CEO Brian McConnell explains the company’s strategy in getting ahead of the marketplace.
In this excerpt from Mark Bertolini's book, he lays out the healthcare system’s flaws—flaws that are not only spiraling costs, but resulting in our dying younger and killing ourselves more often. And he tells us how to fix it.
What most people don’t realize about CEOs, is that they feel the weight of the world and believe that everything that happens at their company relies entirely on their actions.
Siemens Tim Holt explains how a 170-year-old company keeps up with fast-moving digitization in a legacy industry. Why location matters, how Siemens’ presence in Orlando gives it a unique competitive advantage, and how the growth of Orlando’s culture has made him miss his native Germany just a little bit less.
Joni Fedders, President of Aileron, outlines a six-step approach for tricky conundrums. “Don’t be afraid to go back a step or two, depending on what you discover. It’s an iterative process.”