Reviewing Bob Garfield and Doug Levy’s book “Can’t Buy Me Like.”
Reviewing Adam Grant’s new book “Give and Take.”
Many companiesare still using business practices that are no longer appropriate for today’s world.
A new book from the Independent Institute examines the state vs. federal regulatory debate and makes a convincing case for reform
As long as you have the self-awareness to turn your passion into a business, you will eventually succeed, say the authors of “Heart, Smarts, Guts, and Luck.”
Former AT&T and GM CEO Ed Whitacre recounts his time atop two of America’s most iconic companies.
Breaking down Bloomberg reporter Jason Kelly’s look into the world of private equity.
What a crisis during one of the world’s most difficult open water races in the world can teach us about risk.
Simplicity beats complexity and other lessons in this review of Matthew May’s latest book The Laws of Subtraction.
A review of Doug Lemov’s latest book Practice Perfect, which offers 42 tips for “getting better at getting better.”
Scotch, 80-hour workweeks, million-dollar trades and psychosis: life of Lehman trader Jared Dillian.
Looking at surprise as a purely negative event cause business leaders to miss valuable opportunities.
Given what happened 20 years ago after Michael Jordan won a gold medal, we should have seen the recent firestorm coming.
It takes approximately three minutes to establish rapport with someone and build an intriguing message.
Generally lost amid the hand-wringing about how China may affect on the West is the perspective of Chinese companies themselves.