BUSINESS 4

Business Leadership

As the FBI’s former lead international kidnapping negotiator, Chris Voss is an expert at high-stakes deal-making. Taking that experience and applying it to the world of complex corporate negotiations, this interactive session will give you the tools you need to negotiate anything with confidence. Christopher Voss, former lead international kidnapping negotiator, FBI; founder and CEO, The Black Swan Group; and author of Never Split the Difference.

Andrew Ross Sorkin interviews Dara Khosrowshahi, the C.E.O. of Uber. He manages the company’s fast-growing business in 80 countries around the world and leads a global team of more than 16,000 employees. 

Lessons in reinvention, self-confidence and the power of embracing your fears from Julie Sweet, CEO of Accenture North America.
 

Rules for Success

The Top 50 Rules For Women Entrepreneurs. Learn from some of the top women entrepreneurs what it takes to be a success! 

Insights From Leaders for Leaders

Jeff Bezos, Amazon Founder, entrepreneur and owner of the Washington Post, talks to David Rubenstein about his background, how he came up with the idea for Amazon, building the company, some of the key businesses including Prime and Whole Foods, the space race and philanthropy. The world's richest man says his most important decisions are made not with quantitative analysis but "with instinct, intuition, taste, heart." Bezos speaks on "The David Rubenstein Show".

Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary tells CNBC co-anchor Tyler Mathisen why all entrepreneurs and CEOs should be willing to fire anyone who doesn't fit with the business -- even if they're family. 

Air date: 11/13/16. Joseph Anderson, Jr., CEO of TAG Holdings LLC., joins us to discuss Michigan’s current business climate and the outlook for black business owners. Episode 4506/Segment 1. 

Pepsico Chairman Indra Nooyi steps down

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CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses the news that Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi is stepping down in October with Ramon Laguarta succeeding her. 

Indra Nooyi on finding Work/Life Balance

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NEW YORK, October 9, 2018 — Asia Game Changer of the Year Indra Nooyi discusses her life and work with Asia Society Vice President Tom Nagorski. The conversation took place prior to the 2018 Asia Game Changer Awards ceremony honoring former Pepsico Chairman ans CEO Nooyi and other recipients. 

The Rise of Google changes the world

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Google LLC is an American multinational technology company specializing in Internet-related services and products, including online advertising technologies, search engine, cloud computing, software, and hardware. Google was founded in 1998 by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were students at Stanford University. In 2015, Google changed its name to Alphabet, which is a holding company for Google and its various businesses — YouTube, Android, etc. Google is worth about $762 billion.

The Rise and Fall of Yahoo

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Correction: I was supposed to say sold for 10% of what Microsoft offered not 1%.  Yahoo! was once one of the most valuable companies on earth, recently they've crashed and burned. The big question is what happened? 

Haier: A Turn Around Story

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“If the industry were a boxing match, we were some barely known upstart taking on Mike Tyson.” This is Haier CEO Zhang Ruimin's story of how he saved the failing Chinese refrigerator company and took on one of America's most iconic brands, General Electric.  

Starbucks faces their embarrassing blunder

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Starbucks executive chairman Howard Schultz tells "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King he "couldn't believe it" when he saw the video of two black men being arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks. But he admits the racial bias incident may not be isolated to that store.