Executive coaches Marshall Goldsmith and Steven Berglas talk about entrepreneurs as "socialized juvenile delinquents" who can make a difference within their corporations
As President, Barack Obama would be better than John McCain at fixing America's tarnished image abroad. Pro or con?
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The plans of the U.S. and Western oil companies for expanded pipelines in the Caspian region may well be a casualty of Russia's attack
Growth will cool after the Beijing Games as slowing global demand and rising costs at home hurt exports and profits
"So far, Indian 'engineers' have been good at following processes designed by others. A very small percentage is capable of original work."
Advice for the young that transcends age
Corporate sponsors, bad weather, and visa problems take some of the blame for empty seats in Beijing, even though many were turned away for advance tickets