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Elites are finding more ways to ensure that their children never run out of chances to fail.
Wealthy conservatives have long argued that raising their taxes was bad for everyone. She's calling their bluff.
Texas natives Michael and Susan Dell are starting a new charity that aims to raise $100 million.
What Dell, and many others like him, have figured out is that starting, financing, and growing a company with his customers
And Michael, the man running this private company, has repeatedly chortled about the cherished perk of being able to do pretty
Michael Dell, founder of what once was the leading PC maker, stepped out of the limelight when he took Dell Inc. private
The combined business will create the world's biggest privately held integrated technology company.
To create an innovative culture and climate, managers need to make sure that all employees know that innovation is a job requirement. It should be woven into the fabric of the business and given a prominent place in job descriptions, procedures and performance evaluations.
Below, live updates from the 2015 Davos Annual Meeting: "When you hear people talk about risks at Davos, many times they're
Dell has one of the more intriguing entrepreneurial histories, going from the fabled dorm room start-up, through growing the company and taking it public, stepping down as CEO, coming back as CEO, then leading it back to its current private iteration. Living through all these changes would seem to provide him with a business perspective not available to many other people.
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In today's overhyped, over messaged world, those who break through and grab our attention are those who are shticky. But lest you thought Shtickiness is only the purview of performers, think again.
Top U.S. entrepreneurs gathered at the United Nations Headquarters in NYC last month with Empact100, a nonprofit that connects disruptive innovators.
As is the old Michael Dell. Don't get me wrong, he has done amazing things amazing well. His is a great American success
The allure of escaping life on the stock exchange seems to be fairly common among founders of publicly traded companies that lose their way.
Financial considerations are important but so are strategic ones, and if our capital markets are to mean anything, then they need to provide the fuel for innovation rather than stifle it.
Icahn should back off with his opposition to the buyout, and if he really cares about his investment, roll up his sleeves and get involved in helping Dell grow.