CEOs who play it safe will be putting themselves and their companies at risk in 2018.
Artificial intelligence is finding its way into more and more pockets of business, with one of the latest being fundraising, through Adam Martel’s Gravyty.
In its November-December issue, Harvard Business Review ranked its top 100 CEOs for the year. Yet MBAs on the list are few and far between.
Just eight months into his tenure as CEO of TermScout, Chris Lynde is putting his imprint on the company by rebranding it.
A misguided holiday gift spurred the launch of Alyce, an online gifting service that uses AI to suggest items that recipients will actually enjoy.
OSR Enterprises CEO Orit Shifman is out to “change the world” with her new computer system for automobiles, but first she has to get one on the road.
Medical Guardian CEO Geoff Gross wants to change perception of medic alert devices.
Joe Peleg, CEO of Friends Fun Wine, is building a low-alcohol empire one sip at a time.
Alegeus CEO Steven Auerbach leads with a sharp eye on operations and a wry approach to motivating employees.
Acquisitions are a key ingredient helping Mike Gold build communications technology company Intermedia.