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Troy Carter has helped launch the careers of musicians such as Lady Gaga and Meghan Trainor.

A legendary Los Angeles music manager and venture capitalist asks himself one question when deciding which companies to invest in

Legendary Los Angeles music manager and venture capitalist Troy Carter spoke at Business Insider's IGNITION Conference Tuesday afternoon in NYC.
Danica Patrick speaking at Business Insider's 2018 Ignition conference.

Champion race car driver Danica Patrick says she wouldn’t have raced in an all-female league

Danica Patrick is the most successful female IndyCar driver in history, and in retirement she's been bringing lessons from her career to business.
Match Group CEO Mandy Ginsberg

Match Group’s CEO audited the company’s payroll to make sure she was paying women equally and was surprised at the results

When Mandy Ginsberg became CEO of Match Group, maker of dating apps Tinder, Match and many others, she made sure the company was welcoming to women.
Cindy Robbins

Salesforce’s Chief People Officer explains how and why the company has spent $8.7 million to close its gender pay gap

On Tuesday, Salesforce Chief People Officer Cindy Robbins shared the story of how her company became committed to equal pay for its employees.

Forward CEO and former Google exec Adrian Aoun says the healthcare industry needs to better prioritize preventative care

Adrian Aoun, a former Google executive, founded healthcare startup Forward two years ago with a focus on preventative care.

Billionaire investor Mark Cuban says it’s time we recognize ‘having a social conscience is good business’

Billionaire investor Mark Cuban said one of his investments, Paladin, is a great example of why businesses with societal benefits can thrive today.
Real-estate mogul, investor, and "Shark Tank" star Barbara Corcoran.

Barbara Corcoran explains why she secretly ‘couldn’t wait’ for Fridays — the day she fired people

Real-estate mogul Barbara Corcoran says she "couldn't wait" for Fridays — the day she fired people. Here's why.
Microsoft's Darren Laybourn and NewsGuard's Gordon Crovitz talk with Henry Blodget of Business Insider on Monday, December 3, 2018 at IGNITION.

How tech companies are fighting fake news with humans

To fight fake news, Microsoft and NewsGuard are turning to an old-school technology: humans.
Kristen Sonday, cofounder and chief operating officer of Paladin, which has developed a service to pair lawyers seeking pro-bono work with those in need of legal aid.

The founders of a Mark Cuban-backed startup think they can help lawyers do more good for the world

Paladin's system is designed to pair attorneys looking for pro-bono work with those in need of legal services.
NYU Professor Scott Galloway

The man who predicted that Amazon would buy Whole Foods now expects the tech giant will soon be the world’s fastest-growing healthcare company

At Business Insider's IGNITION 2018 conference, Scott Galloway said Amazon will soon be the "fastest-growing healthcare company in the world."