Conversations that feature Ideas that Drive Global Business for C-Suite Executives, Boards, Financial Community, Investors, LPs, Media, and Policymakers. Listen at: Apple Podcasts or Working Capital Review
- Conversations on ideas and emerging business trends — with global business leaders — positions the firm’s brand exactly in line with what they do: Focus relentlessly on building businesses.
- Firm’s thought leaders discuss their business philosophy in depth — going beyond soundbites to provide thoughtful context for key audiences.
Joseph Stiglitz: Is Capitalism Working?
The Nobel Prize winning economist, former Chair of the US Council of Economic Advisers & Chief Economist of the World Bank.
Raghuram Rajan: The Economic Consequences of Globalization
Former Chief Economist at the International Monetary Fund and Head of India’s Central Bank
Andrew McAfee: Why Capitalism & Technology Will Save the Planet
Co-Founder and Co-Director of “The MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy” and a Principal Research Scientist at the MIT Sloan School of Management
John Chambers: Connecting the Dots
Cisco’s Chairman Emeritus discusses digital innovation, market shifts, disruption
Beth Comstock: Bringing Imagination to Your Business
If throughout its history GE brought good things to life, you might say that – along with a few select others – Vice Chair & Chief Marketing Officer Comstock brought imagination to GE.
E-Commerce Innovation with Liza Landsman
General Partner, NEA; former President at Jet.com
Austan Goolsbee: Insights on the Global Economy
Former Chair of US Council of Economic Advisors and current Gwinn Professor of Economics at The University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business
Alvin Roth: Who Gets What — And Why
Nobel Prize winning economist explains that new markets are popping up everywhere. And they’re not always developed by the traditional free market rules or price dynamics. So how do and should these new markets work?
Dr. Simon Levin: The Biology of Corporate Survival
Professor of Biology at Princeton University & US National Medal of Science Award; Martin Reeves, Global Head of the BCG Henderson Institute