Shellye Archambeau sits on four boards including Verizon’s and Nordstrom’s, and was one of Silicon Valley’s first African American female CEOs. She spoke with the Review about her new book, the Business Roundtable’s effects inside the boardroom, and why she “detests” work-life balance.
By Edward Stephens
20 October 2020
When Julie Moss competed in the Ironman Triathlon in Hawaii in 1982, most people had never heard of that sport. Endurance racing hardly existed as a term, yet alone an industry. Even the popular New York Marathon drew only 14,308 runners in 1982, 85 percent of them men
By Kevin Helliker
28 June 2017
As business and political leaders strive to get out of their echo chambers, Brunswick Group surveyed 42,956 citizens in 25 languages across 26 markets - one of the largest surveys of its kind - in order to understand global perspectives on financial, political and social issues.
26 June 2017
Differences between generations carry very real and important implications for how companies engage with their employees and customers. Cultural rifts between age groups can result in everything from mild misunderstandings to wild polarizations. In rare cases, they can even cause dramatic societal upheaval.
By Susan Gilchrist
10 January 2017
You know that a trend has been established when the parodies begin. Certainly infographics – presenting often complicated data in an illustrative way in order to attract attention and help understanding – are very trendy just now. But the process is not at all new.
11 October 2010
From climate change to human rights, big business is embracing a socially responsible agenda. We have come a long way from the days when a soft-spoken nun was shouted down when she raised these issues at annual meetings. Today, she is more likely to be taken to lunch by the Chairman.
11 October 2010