Apple CEO Tim Cook was the first CEO of a Fortune 500 company to come out as gay in 2014.
"Stuff doesn't need to change the world just to be good," Musk said.
He was "terrible" at the game when he first played.
The advice can “radically improve your life,” says the hedge fund impresario.
Waitress Ellen Augustine says she has served the two billionaires lunch many times.
Some successful people swear by strict sleep regimen, and get to bed early. Others, though, tend to stay up until well past midnight.
Chris Pratt, star of "Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" lived in a van and says he worked "just enough to cover gas, food and fishing supplies."
University of Arizona center Deandre Ayton is expected to be the first player picked in the 2018 NBA Draft on Thursday.
This first grader is the youngest to ever win the Google doodle contest.
The founder and CEO of Facebook is now worth $81.6 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index.
"This wisdom has been applicable since men were rolling around stones in caves. Your stone, my stone. Your account, my account."
"I learned to pause and review the ground rules for how we should be with each other, how to disagree and how to get beyond our disagreements well," Dalio says.
Cindy Eckert is the anti-Martin Shkreli — after the billion-dollar Valeant debacle, the founder of Sprout Pharmaceuticals is back as CEO and she's slashed the price of the little pink libido pill for women.
Cook started working at Apple 20 years ago thanks to a decision Steve Jobs encouraged him to make.