Billionaire SpaceX and Tesla boss Elon Musk Elon Musk can certainly afford to throw himself a swanky birthday party, but according to Musk, that's not what he'll be doing on Friday.
Today, Arianna Huffington is celebrated for her publishing prowess. However, her path to success wasn't without its hurdles, as Huffington keenly revealed in a recent LinkedIn post.
Alexis Ohanian, the co-founder of Reddit and managing partner at the venture capital firm Initialized Capital, says bragging about working insane hours can be dangerous.
"So far this has worked better than I expected."
Arianna Huffington made a fortune during the first era of the internet, and now she says it is time to reevaluate our relationship with tech. The next big thing, she says, will be a reversal: limiting our time on smartphones or even disconnecting.
For Elon Musk, part of of being a successful leader is working just as hard, if not harder, than your team.
Jack Ma may be seen today as an e-commerce visionary, but the billionaire businessman revealed he was first inspired to build his empire by the dreams of another Asian icon.
"That's probably not my best moment."
"People want to push the emotion away and it shows in an interview."
Your morning sets the tone for the rest of the day.
Thrive Global founder Arianna Huffington reveals the morning routine that sets her up for success.
Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos have seen benefits too.
The last year gave us some whopping deals, including Amazon.com’s acquisition of Whole Foods, that will shape the business landscape in 2018.
Silicon Valley's insistence that companies grow as fast as they can often comes at the expense of the employee, the Uber board member said.
Tan Hooi Ling, co-founder of Grab, said it is difficult, but necessary, to say no to talented individuals who aren't a good fit culturally.
SoftBank is seeking a $10 billion investment in Uber.
Khosrowshahi will be at Uber for an all-hands meeting on Wednesday.
While the tension remains high, sources tell Recode that support is coalescing around the experienced Immelt.
Deciding whether or not to have Meg Whitman as the Uber CEO revealed a deep split on the board, according to the New York Times.
Travis Kalanick's final hours as Uber's chief executive played out in a private room in a downtown Chicago hotel, the NYT reports.