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Tony Robbins explains what he looks for in his one-on-one business mentoring sessions.
The world’s largest hedge fund is developing an automated ‘coach’ that acts like a personal GPS for decision-making
Ray Dalio's hedge fund Bridgewater, the world's largest hedge fund, is developing a program that will guide employee interactions and decision-making.
Bridgewater founder Ray Dalio is on tour for his first book. After the second volume is released, he plans on stepping out of the spotlight.
Employees at the world’s largest hedge fund use iPads to rate each other’s performance in real-time — see how it works
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio gave a demonstration of the hedge fund's radically transparent "Dots" iPad app.
Former GE CEO Jeff Immelt says 2 things inspired him to transform the company: a 2011 article by Marc Andreessen and a tech book he ‘literally read in a day’
Jeff Immelt, CEO of GE from 2001-2017, was inspired by Silicon Valley investor Marc Andreessen and the book "The Lean Startup."
Anyone who wants to know how Wall Street and Silicon Valley works should read these business histories and management and investing guides.
Nicolas Martell, cofounder and co-CEO of MarketSnacks, explains how his company's "one and done" rule keeps their team from wasting time.
The greatest pro sports captains can teach us all about leadership.
An analysis of the 16 best sports teams in history shows the most important person on a team isn’t its coach or best athlete
A great coach or collection of elite talent isn't enough to win championships year after year.
Kenneth Moelis, founder of Moelis & Co, explains his unusual hiring philosophy and why he wants to avoid "peak hires."