Apple CEO Tim Cook is not just an operator — he's also an innovator, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
"I softened it in the book a bit," says "Steve Jobs" author Walter Isaacson. "I felt I would put in the specific things that were relevant to the reader."
D.A. Davidson's Tom Forte, one of the most bullish analysts on Amazon, says the company's customer obsessions is its most important quality.
In its new "Future Skills" report, LinkedIn has identified what it calls the 10 "rising skills" of the future and the jobs associated with them.
Jeff Bezos growing ambitions beyond Amazon require him to give other top executives the chance to promote the company publicly.
To be successful, young people should choose a purpose-driven life, according to Apple's former CEO John Sculley.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley says this skill is vital to all great business leadership.
Speaking to the 2019 graduating class of Tulane University, Tim Cook talks about the importance of working towards your purpose.
"Everything I did at Apple that was an A+ job and that took us places, I had two things in my favor," Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said, breaking down his motivation for building early products.
Bridgewater Associates billionaire Ray Dalio once gave some of the world's most successful visionaries — from Elon Musk to Bill Gates — a personality assessment to learn what makes them so successful. Here's what he found.
Silicon Valley hedge fund founder Glen Kacher is bullish on Japan's SoftBank and it's in large part because of its founder and CEO, Masayoshi Son.
Since 1851, Corning has evolved from a light bulb manufacturer to Pyrex creator to making high-tech glass products for companies like Apple, Google, Verizon and Samsung. Here is a look at how Corning has continuously reinvented itself to keep up with the changing times.
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"Trillion dollar coach" Bill Campbell was a football coach-turned-management guru who mentored some of the most successful executives in tech, including Google billionaire Eric Schmidt and Apple's Steve Jobs.
"It didn't make any sense, and yet, my gut said go for it."
To do the extraordinary, you have to ignore some basic business advice.
5G pioneer Huawei has has never sold its Balong 5000 chip to rivals — but now it's open to selling to Apple, company CEO Ren Zhengfei told CNBC.
But it doesn't always have to be a bad thing.
Only excellence matters.