Microsoft is the embodiment of what it means to give back to the community, but the company also recognizes the value of building a strong internal community that allows them…
What happened to Facebook? Silicon Valley Investor Roger McNamee explores the question — and offers solutions to issues ranging from business models to data privacy.
The annual Inc. 5000 list offers a quick view — and brief case studies — on what drives many successful private companies. Here are the publication’s 2019 top 10 spots, with links to the Inc. profile, reported revenue stats, and leadership notes:
As an increasing number of data leaks involving consumer information, credit card numbers, and passwords have occurred, biometric security has been advanced as a more-fool proof way to ensure encryption…
With this week’s Apple Event, the company once again captured the attention of anyone who loves the excitement and functionality of new tech. But will Apple capture our wallets?
Clayton, Dubilier & Rice — in partnership with Working Capital Conversations — recently hosted a panel discussion on The Future of Work.
Women’s leadership summit explores how to develop new talent and enhance career growth opportunities for women executives.
What does this growing demographic mean for consumer businesses and product development efforts? It turns out, a lot.
An emerging trend for CEOs and boards to note: Employee activism — “a movement in which employees are speaking up about their employers” — is on the rise.