Beth Weissenberger is CEO and co-founder of The Handel Group, a New York-based coaching company. As head of the Executive Practice, she has worked with numerous CEOs and their teams on integration challenges, breaking down silos, and changing corporate culture.
Vivek Wadhwa is a visiting scholar at University of California-Berkeley, senior research associate at Harvard Law School, and director of research at the Center for Entrepreneurship and Research Commercialization at Duke University. You can follow him on Twitter (@wadhwa) and find his research at wadhwa.com.
Ed Wallace is a recipient of the Gerald R. Loeb Award for business journalism, given by the Anderson School of Business at UCLA, and is a member of the American Historical Assn. He reviews new cars every Friday morning at 7:15 on Fox Four's Good Day, contributes articles to Businessweek.com, and hosts the top-rated daytime talk show, Wheels, 8:00 to 1:00 Saturdays on 570 KLIF AM. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, and read all of Ed's work at his news site, www.insideautomotive.com.
Rick Wartzman is executive director of the Drucker Institute at Claremont Graduate University. He spent the first 20 years of his career as a reporter, editor, and columnist for The Wall Street Journal and Los Angeles Times. His most recent book, Obscene in the Extreme: The Burning and Banning of John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, was published by PublicAffairs in September 2008.
Stephen H. Wildstrom is writer and editor of BusinessWeek's personal technology column, "Technology & You," a position he assumed in April, 1994. Wildstrom joined BusinessWeek in 1972 as a correspondent in Detroit and moved to Washington, D.C. in 1974 as labor correspondent for McGraw-Hill World News. He was named economic correspondent in 1977, and covered fiscal policy and economic analysis. In 1985, he was named senior news editor of BusinessWeek's Washington bureau. He has received two National Magazine Awards and a McGraw-Hill Achievement Award. Adweek magazine named Wildstrom the U.S. technology industry's No. 1 media influencer in 2002.