At Splash Damage, the studio famed for its long line of competitive, collaborative shooters, there's always been an odd and irresistible blend of cockiness and nerdishness. When its founder and CEO Paul Wedgwood takes a group of journalists...Show More Summary
"What we find in investing is: The most diverse staffed companies tend to be the strongest performers, so they can make more money and have lower risk," Paul Herman, CEO and founder of HIP Investor, said at the 2014 Net Impact conference.
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN)’s CEO, Jeff Bezos might have fended off many competitors and even scared some using his price war stories, but if Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR) bites with its new Buy Button, it could prove to be fatal. Bloomberg’s Paul Kedrosky discussed the arrival of books from Hachette Publishing on Twitter’s new list of offerings. […]
This is a guest post by Paul Muratore, president and CEO of production support services firm Talent Partners. In today’s economy, agencies are graded not only by how far they can stretch their imagination to make truly buzzworthy and...Show More Summary
The Wall Street Journal reports that at the annual Wall Street Journal CEO Council meeting, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) reaffirmed that he is the sole GOP potential 2016 contender to support White House national security adviser Susan Rice’s...Show More Summary
We are live streaming a selection of guests at the WSJ CEO Council gathering Tuesday, including Sens. Rand Paul and Mitch McConnell -- and have clips of earlier guests Jeb Bush and Christine Lagarde.
We are live streaming a selection of guests at the WSJ CEO Council gathering, including Jeb Bush, Christine Lagarde and Paul Ryan.
Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ) CEO, Meg Whitman’s plan for the company’s comeback cannot save the doomed tech company from joining the ranks of fallen stars, according to Bloomberg‘s contributing editor, Paul Kedrosky. Whitman has claimed that she has a concrete plan for recovering the company, which involves focusing on the enterprise customers and providing them with […]
Kytabu - named after the Swahili word for "book" -- is a digital textbook application that is changing the way African students are learning. Launched in Kenya in 2012 by founder Tonee Ndungu and CEO Paul Mugambi, the app provides low...Show More Summary