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How This Doctor Found Meaning in Work After Her Husband’s Death

The Fortune 500 Insiders Network is an online community where top executives from the Fortune 500 share ideas and offer leadership advice with Fortune’s global audience. 713 more words


Ducking Slick Willie's Audit

Maybe I shouldn’t admit this, but what the heck, it has been nearly 20 years since it happened, so I’m going to venture whatever statute of limitations exists out there is out the window. 308 more words



The other day Donald Trump stood before an assembled crowd in Gettysburg Pa and referred to Gettysburg as this “hollowed” ground. Hollowed! Did he mean that the ground beneath them was empty? 1,530 more words


A momentary understanding of poets

Standing here at the bus stop, beneath a hazy sunrise with literally a silver colored sky above me, I have a momentary understanding of why a poet might write poetry. 48 more words


Why a Diverse America Will Thrive Culturally—and Economically

Demographer William H. Frey is convinced that if we can just get our acts together when it comes to race, America will thrive.

Frey, best known for his 2014 book, … 423 more words


How Entrepreneurs Like Elon Musk Become Global CEOs

Excellent leaders are rare, and some of the very rarest and best are of a specific type: entrepreneurs who start a successful company (a tiny percentage of total entrepreneurs) and who then continue to manage it well as a big, established business (a tiny subset of successful entrepreneurs). 536 more words


Everyday is Indigenous Peoples Day!

This speech was given at the second annual Albuquerque Indigenous Peoples Day on Oct. 10, 2016.

by David Uahikeaikalei‘ohu Maile

The Red Nation formed in November 2014, almost two years ago, to rise up and fight back against the systems and agents of oppression that aspire for our removal, our dispossession, our exploitation, our elimination—for the death of Indigenous life. 369 more words