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Padmasree Warrior says leaders should have bold visions but an appreciation for the details -- and they also need to simplify complex situations to solve their core issues.
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Former Pearson and Economist CEO Marjorie Scardino named to the Twitter board.
This could be good news for city services, but it's very, very bad news for public pensions.
An in-house crowdfunding platform lets employees evaluate each other's ideas -- and fund them with IBM's money.
Rising geopolitical tensions between China, Japan, and the U.S. will inevitably have serious economic repercussions. Beijing should have thought twice.
Amid pressure from investors who argued the company had stretched itself too thin, Hess has shed assets and is moving forward as a streamlined company.
Starbucks CFO Troy Alstead talks about bets on coffee, tea, and Square's Jack Dorsey.
The decision was regarded as a canary in the coal mine for cash-strapped municipalities looking to cut pension obligations, but that little birdie has already sung.
Most organizations today are unable to tap into people's potential because of a series of self-imposed limits. More