Back in the 70s, Marty Lipton was a lone voice crying out in the wilderness. Now he's joined by many others: Klaus Schwab, Just Capital, and the Business Roundtable. They're all urging a shift from shareholder primacy to a new model of stakeholder capitalism.
Quit worrying about unleashing AI in ways we can't control and start wondering how to use it to aid human beings do the things we most need to do, in business and elsewhere.
In an Op Ed last year for The New York Times, Ruchir Sharma challenged the underpinnings of our current economic recovery by suggesting a radical idea which ought to be common sense: a healthy economy isn’t built on rising levels of debt.
Lowes should be devoting itself to building a creative environment for its employees. Instead it's buying back its own stock to inflate share price.
Jeff Bezos has shown signs that he cares about his employees as people rather than simply one of the largest costs on his balance sheet.