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By: Pascal Gerken, YPO chairman
Today's business leaders now include social impact as part of their purpose and are more inclined to pursue that positive impact through their business than by being involved in politics, according to the YPO 2019 Global Leadership Survey. » Read More
Susan Lacz, Ridgewells Catering CEO, joins "Power Lunch" to discuss how the government shutdown is hurting her D.C. business. » Read More
By: Debby Carreau, CEO & founder of Inspired HR and a member of the CNBC-YPO Chief Executive Network
According to a recent McKinsey report, AI and automation will replace 375 million jobs by 2030. The good news: This transformation is expected to boost a number of industries. Here are five sectors to consider to future-proof your career. » Read More
"If you know it's impossible, it is impossible. But if you don't know it's impossible, suddenly it is possible."
"Every day should be people's day. It should be 'We Too' day," said King.
Pfizer quitting neuroscience is latest sign that the search for Alzheimer's drugs has been a failure. More doctors are focused on lifestyle.
Billionaire Warren Buffett relies on centuries-old methods, such as storytelling, to build trust in him and his company, Berkshire Hathaway.
George Kurtz, CrowdStrike CEO, provides insight to the next inflection point for hackers and how to keep your data safe.
Naveen Menon, president of Southeast Asia at Cisco, said the company's business in each market was growing at double the rate of GDP.
Women's sports is "so far behind" their male counterparts that it has been difficult to break through, says Billie Jean King of the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative.
If you "superimpose the automotive supply chain" over the market, it's "very much all over NAFTA", says Devan Capur, CEO of 3C Technologies.
It's not that property prices have gone up by a lot, but currencies have gotten cheaper which affected people's purchasing power, says NK Tong of Bukit Kiara Properties.
While a labor shortage remains the "biggest bottleneck" in the Japanese economy, people are very confident and GDP numbers are up, says Yoshito Hori of Globis Capital Partners.
Gary Cohn had "a great reputation for ethics and character" during his time at Goldman Sachs, says Randall Waterfield of the Waterfield Group.
It's important to "pay attention and adjust" to the possibility of a trade war, but don't overreact, says Orit Gadiesh of Bain & Company.
Amanda Zuckerman of Dormify shares tips and lessons learned for aspiring female entrepreneurs.
On average, the ASEAN region only spends 0.06 percent of GDP on cybersecurity, which is about half the world's average on cybersecurity, says Naveen Menon of Cisco.
Alex Kowalski, CEO, Performance Complete Metal Solutions breaks down the manufacturing process of the steel industry and weighs in on the market's reaction to threat of tariffs.
Jed York, 49ers CEO, talks about the team's season, the upcoming Super Bowl and the business of football.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports small businesses account for more than half of the items sold on Amazon.
Matt Ferguson, CareerBuilder CEO, discuss the worst and best jobs for 2018 and the overall employment outlook.
Mark Mader grew Smartsheet from $80 million to $800 million in value, and he didn't get there by coddling his employees.
Moral? Never let rejection stop you.