No US state or city has been hit harder by COVID-19 than New York—which, as of June 21st, had seen 388,000 confirmed cases and nearly 31,000 deaths. Maria Figueroa Küpçü, who leads Brunswick’s office in the city, recounts what it’s been like leading from the epicenter of the pandemic.
By Maria Figueroa Kupcu
02 July 2020
Sir Alan Parker poses three questions to Grant, the author of four New York Times bestselling books, the host of a chart-topping podcast called WorkLife and the organizational psychologist who for seven years has ranked as Wharton’s top-rated professor.
By Sir Alan Parker
08 June 2020
In response to COVID-19, South African health insurer Discovery partnered with Vodacom so any South African with a mobile phone could book free virtual consultations with doctors. Discovery’s founder and CEO, Adrian Gore, talks about those and other efforts with Brunswick.
By Marina Bidoli
14 May 2020
“Sometimes we have the luxury of choosing our challenges and sometimes they just choose us,” Mark Pollock says. “What we decide to do next is what counts.” His story, shared with the Review last year, offers timely perspective and wisdom on enduring life’s unexpected disasters.
By Kevin Helliker
04 June 2019