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John Ward

If you really want to know what business leaders think is important, just take a look at who has a seat in the C-Suite. More and more these days, you’re likely to see a Chief

“Lenovo’s been the number one PC company for over three years now,” says Gerry Smith, an Executive Vice President at Lenovo and President of its Data Center Group, in a recent video. In fact, Lenovo’s

In the emergency control center of the City of Cape Town, Karen Titus sits in front of a bank of computer screens. Titus, an Assistant Emergency Communications Officer for the city, is prepared for a

Look at a few photographs of Gilson Trennepohl and you start to notice something. Whether he’s making a pilgrimage along the ancient Camino de Santiago trail in Spain or posing in front of a modern

You could say that innovation and collaboration go together like . . . well, like Batman and Robin. And just like that dynamic duo, there’s good reason to believe that innovation and collaboration are more

Today there are fans, and then there are superfans. The superfans are usually pretty easy to spot. They are hyper-engaged and highly visible individuals who follow their favorite sports team, performer, or entertainment genre with

Earlier this year, just before the Italian Grand Prix, McLaren Racing created a stir in the Formula 1 world when it announced that Stoffel Vandoorne would replace Jenson Button as a principal driver on the

I’d like you to close your eyes for a moment and take a mental tour of your home. Picture your favorite room. What makes it so special? Perhaps you’re like John Ruskin — the 19th

For more than 120 years, The Hershey Company has successfully made great-tasting chocolates that you and your family have grown to love. Over the years, the company has added other candies, confectionaries, and snacks to

Dairy farming in Switzerland seems as old as the Alps themselves. Swiss farmers have moved their herds up and down the mountainsides with the changing of the seasons for countless generations. Every September, dairymen still