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Steve Case is the founding CEO of AOL and the chairman and CEO of the venture capital firm Revolution.

‘We believe we will prove them wrong’: Billionaire AOL founder Steve Case says skepticism around his ‘Rise of the Rest’ projec...

Steve Case helped usher in the first wave of internet companies with AOL, and is now trying to get ahead of "the third wave," but through an ambitious investment project across the United States.
Jocko Willink and Leif Babin are former Navy SEAL commanders and the cofounders of Echelon Front.

Former Navy SEALs who have worked with more than 400 companies say veterans bring businesses a ‘tremendous’ advantage

Former Navy SEALs Jocko Willink, Leif Babin, and Michael Sarraille created EF Overwatch to connect veterans with corporate jobs and assist with the transition. They explain why all kinds of businesses can benefit from the skills veterans possess.

‘What’s the purpose that brands have?’: The company behind Nabisco and Cadbury is making a major change to packaging after asking cu...

Mondelēz International — owner of brands like Nabisco and Cadbury — is committing to fully recyclable packaging for all of its products by 2025, and for reducing 65 million kg of packaging material by 2020.
Danone CEO Emmanuel Faber.

Food giant Danone is planning to become the world’s largest international ‘B-Corp’ by 2030

Danone, one of the world's largest food producers, already has its North American subsidiary as the world's largest B-Corp (which aims to benefit society and employees as well as shareholders) and wants to extend that to the entire company by 2030.

A wealthy venture capitalist who fought for raising the minimum wage in Seattle is on a mission to increase pay across America

Seattle-based investor Nick Hanauer is a progressive activist who believes that the economy will start growing at a faster rate if inequality is lessened through minimum wage increases.
Itzik Frid, pictured, is a longtime Israeli tech entrepreneur and the CEO of Takwin Labs, a startup incubator focused on Arab-led startups.

Israel’s tech scene is red-hot and a top venture capitalist thinks it may be key to reducing tensions between Arabs and Jews in the country

Itzik Frid, a longtime Israeli entrepreneur and the CEO of a startup incubator focused on Arab-led startups, thinks increasing Arab participation in tech could have huge benefits for Israeli society by getting Jews and Arabs to work together towards common goals.
The economist Joseph Stiglitz is arguing that it's time for the United States to reconsider its antitrust laws.

Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz says it’s time for the US to update its antitrust laws

There's a debate around whether America has a monopoly problem, but for the economist Joseph Stiglitz, the answer is it clearly does. There's been increasing market concentration that he believes is reducing competition and slowing economic growth.
Nick Hanauer is a Seattle-based venture capitalist who was one of Amazon's earliest investors.

Wealthy investor Nick Hanauer says Amazon’s HQ2 has prompted a contest ‘to find America’s dumbest and most vulnerable mayor’

Seattle-based venture capitalist Nick Hanauer made a fortune as one of Amazon's first investors. Now he thinks the company has gotten too big, and it's not good for society.
Steve Case.

Learn why billionaire AOL cofounder Steve Case is investing in companies outside the major coastal startup hubs at IGNITION 2018

Steve Case will take the stage at IGNITION 2018 to discuss entrepreneurship, highlights from his "Rise of the Rest" bus tour, and the long-term vision for his DC-based venture-capital firm Revolution.
Itzik Frid is a longtime Israeli tech entrepreneur and the CEO of Takwin Labs, a startup incubator focused on Arab-led startups.

Israel’s tech scene is red-hot, but there are few Arab-led startups — a top venture capitalist thinks he knows why

Itzik Frid, a longtime Israeli tech entrepreneur and the CEO of a startup incubator focused on Arab-led startups, thinks that the lack of Arab representation comes down to geography. Most Arabs in Israel live far from Tel Aviv, Israel's tech hub. But he thinks that could be starting to change.