United Therapeutics CEO Martine Rothblatt is a trailblazer in drug development for rare diseases. She is now developing technology to tackle the organ shortage in America. » Read More
By: Barbara Booth
The cruise industry is the fastest-growing category in the leisure travel market. Estimated at $45 billion in 2018, cruise vacations attracted more than 26M travelers last year. How Norwegian has buoyed a top spot in this fiercely competitive market. » Read More
By: Barbara Booth
Dia Simms, president of Sean Combs' sprawling business empire, says to this day there are times Combs is the only one in the room who doesn't expect her to fetch coffee. She is on a mission to change conditions for all women in the workplace. » Read More
By: Eric Rosenbaum
Lyft shares are down 30% since its trade debut, and now the rideshare firm is preparing for another first: earnings as a public company. While its path to profits is still a long one, it will need to show investors revenue growth and cost-cutting. » Read More
In June, Zulresso — the first medicine approved by the FDA to specifically treat postpartum depression — will hit the market. Sage Therapeutics, the maker of the drug, hopes it will also address the public's misconception about mental health.
Arby's Paul Brown doesn't believe a "corporate-ish" approach is always best. Case in point: When Jon Stewart made offensive jokes about the sandwich chain on the "Daily Show," Arby's shot back with humor and turned the "ribbing' into an opportunity.
In 2011 Dollar Shave Club co-founder Michael Dubin had a simple vision: to offer affordable high-quality razors by mail. By 2016 the budget razor subscription biz had expanded exponentially and was acquired by Unilever for $1 billion.
Nutrisystem's Dawn Zier is a businesswoman with a master's from MIT. Today she's a trailblazer in the $70 billion weight-loss market. How her engineering background led her to become recognized as one of the best CEOs in America.
NYC restaurateur Danny Meyer is one of the most powerful people in hospitality. But he didn't get there without questioning long-established rules and taking huge risks. In fact, some of his greatest achievements evolved from breaking tradition.
Realizing she had lost autonomy over Bobbi Brown after selling her cosmetics company to Estée Lauder, the beauty icon decided to go off on her own to build a health-and-wellness brand. Her goal: to make women aware that beauty starts from within.
Sara Eisen sits down with Andre Calantzopoulos, Jim Coulter and Steve Pagliuca as they reflect on their biggest “Make or Break” moments.
Automation, AI and machine learning will radically influence the relationship between employers and their workforce.
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