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We asked Michael Bloomberg whether the world is better or worse off today than a year ago

Quartz asked Michael Bloomberg whether he sees the world as better or worse off than a year ago. He was hosting leaders and CEOs from around the globe at the  68 more words

Now everyone can see the pep talk LeBron James gave at a private event for global leaders

Whether you’re running a company or a nation, a little encouragement never hurts. It’s good to have someone in your corner who can spur you to action, show you what’s at stake, and remind you of the strength within. 567 more words

Apple CEO Tim Cook explains why companies should get involved in politics

Apple CEO Tim Cook has openly campaigned for gay marriage, opposed “religious freedom laws,” and loudly criticized president Donald Trump’s immigration policy proposals, despite a tradition of US corporate leaders keeping political views to themselves. 246 more words

New York city weathers storms and attacks with a spirit of community and cooperation

New York is the United States’ principal city and the most populous urban area in the nation. It serves as one of the world’s financial and cultural capitals, to say nothing of the political clout — the United Nations is headquartered here and several presidents have called New York and its surrounding areas home, including the current one. 1,016 more words

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Giorgio Armani, Jeff Bezos, Michael Bloomberg, Bono, Richard Branson, Warren Buffett, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Oprah Winfrey honoured as Forbes’ 100 Greatest Living Business Minds

To celebrate its 100th anniversary, Forbes Magazine released a special issue that features essays, lessons, and ideas for the next 100 years from today’s most influential business leaders around the world. 271 more words

Inspiration

Idiot of the Week -- Julie Gunlock

Until today, I was blissfully ignorant of Julie Gunlock.  She flitted across my radar, and I set out to write a post about some very foolish remarks she made on Fox & Friends yesterday morning.  1,047 more words

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