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Margrethe Vestager is going after some of the world's most powerful companies for not sticking to EU rules. [Read More]
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Margrethe Vestager's decisions have caught the world's attention. [Read More]
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Adapt to the new digital world fast, or lose, says CEO Gary Vaynerchuk. [Read More]
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The VaynerMedia CEO believes there's never been "so much opportunity" out there. And it's all down to one thing. [Read More]
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It's a historical meeting, the first ever face-to-face encounter between Russia's Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump. [Read More]
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They were already entrepreneurs at heart. [Read More]
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Lloyd's of London CEO Inga Beale feared coming out in such a "traditional" workplace. [Read More]
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Lloyd's of London's CEO Inga Beale is getting inspiration from the young people around her. [Read More]
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Christine Lagarde is seen as one of the most powerful female leaders right now, but her story could've been very different. [Read More]
Jeff Weiner talks with Gayle King about his top hiring strategy. [Read More]
The outgoing CEO of one of the world's most influential advertising agencies, Publicis, is not looking to retire anytime soon. [Read More]
The first female managing director of the IMF wants to see an end to the glass ceiling. [Read More]
Work-life balance is no game for Brit Morin. [Read More]
Ogilvy and Mather's worldwide CEO, John Seifert, doesn't want you to give up on college. [Read More]
Christie's estimates the Cartier timepiece will sell for between $60,000 and $120,000. [Read More]
When looking at Anne-Marie Slaughter's career history, it's hard not to be impressed. [Read More]
The 18.04-carat gem once owned by the Rockefeller family could sell for $4 to $6 million or more at Christie's. [Read More]
CNBC's "Life Hacks Live" sits down Ryan Holmes, CEO of Hootsuite, to discuss life lessons when it comes to social media. [Read More]
"I would say for women specifically, it's critically important to figure out your style," said Anne-Marie Slaughter. [Read More]
It has to do with Clinton's leadership style. [Read More]
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