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The LA Times’ Executive Editor, Norman Pearlstine, on Lessons He’s Learned over Five Decades in Journalism

Norman Pearlstine, whose distinguished five-decade publishing career includes top editorial posts at Time...

Christine Simmons, COO of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, on the Intersection of Sports and Entertainment

Christine Simmons says the best is yet to come in sports and entertainment when rooted in inclusion, pivoted...

Los Angeles Lakers President Jeanie Buss: Values I Learned From My Father

"My father, Dr. Jerry Buss, holds the honor of being the most successful owner in the history of professional...
By Jeanie Buss | Los Angeles Lakers

The Next Venture from Former Geffen Records President Neil Jacobson

After leaving Geffen Records, Neil Jacobson is looking to rise to even greater heights with the launch of...

How Emerging Technologies Are Shaping E-Commerce in the Era of COVID-19

An online storefront is no longer a choice for most companies.
By Christopher Yang | Corporate Travel Management

How IMG’s Bruno Maglione Keeps Brands Relevant

IMG’s chief of licensing has arranged innovative deals for clients from Armor All to Queer Eye.
By Matt Pressberg | CSQ

NYCEDC Managing Director Eric Clement Went from Working on Wall Street to Diversifying New York’s Economy

After doing private equity deals in places as remote as South Sudan, a jet-setting Oxford grad chose a...
By Matt Pressberg | CSQ

Cool Quartz, Warm Heart

From humble roots, Marty Davis grew up to become president and CEO of quartz giant Cambria—and now uses the...
By Samantha Brooks | CSQ

Why Zillow Co-founder Spencer Rascoff Retired at 43 and What He’s Doing Next

Spencer Rascoff had incredible success co-founding tech giants like Hotwire and Zillow—all by age 30. Now,...
By Samantha Brooks | CSQ

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