Former Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala, whose team did not visit Trump after either of two championships won during his presidency, explained why the decision to do so is “quite simple.”
JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, who has received criticism for the rate of entry-level pay at his bank, said in a new interview he backs a minimum wage hike.
In a new interview, JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon fired back at progressive firebrands Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Bernie Sanders, acknowledging the popularity of their economic populism but dismissing it as misguided.
Jamie Dimon, who has criticized Donald Trump in the past, has been won over by the president when it comes to economic policies like corporate tax cuts and deregulation.
Billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has been mulling a 2020 presidential bid for months. If he does jump into the race, he can count on support from an NBA star in the crucial swing state of Ohio.
On the eve of the 2019 NBA draft, Cleveland Cavaliers forward Kevin Love said today’s players should be allowed to enter the NBA from high school.
Amazon delivers paper towels, Google provides search results, and Uber, but these forward-facing services sew a complete misunderstanding of the companies, according to a Silicon Valley CEO.
Lawmakers and regulators have signaled newfound willingness to bring antitrust action. One Silicon Valley chief executive said that doesn’t bode well for CEOs called to Capitol Hill, saying in that position “you can’t win no matter what you do.”
In recent days, lawmakers and regulators in Washington D.C. have heightened their scrutiny of the major tech companies.
The biggest threat to global stability is the absence of kindness and moderation in politics—at least according to Daniel Lubetzky, chief executive of the fittingly titled KIND.
In a new interview, KIND CEO Daniel Lubetzky blasted food giants that sell processed food, saying that Americans end up “paying for it at the hospital.”
KIND CEO Daniel Lubetzky, a Mexican immigrant, on Thursday criticized President Donald Trump’s immigration policies, just as Trump threatened to impose tariffs on Mexico unless the country steps up its border enforcement.
WW International CEO Mindy Grossman shared the advice that she has received over her career from “a great trifecta” of mentors: designer Ralph Lauren, Nike CEO Phil Knight, and IAC Chairman Barry Diller.
WW International CEO Mindy Grossman shed light on the advice she receives from entertainment mogul and company board member Oprah Winfrey.
WW International CEO Mindy Grossman lamented the lack of women in leadership positions at top companies, calling it “very disappointing” and demanding buy-in from men.
In a new interview, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban proposed an “update” to the Second Amendment that would protect the rights of gun owners and bolster the authority of states to dictate firearm policy within their borders.
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban praised Queens Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) for her social media savvy but dismissed some of her criticism of the capitalism as “headline porn.”
In a new interview, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban skewered tariffs imposed by President Donald Trump, calling them “attacks on the American people.”
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban rejected calls to break up tech companies like Google and Facebook, saying the internet giants constitute America’s “biggest competitive advantage” over China and Russia.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban sharply criticized the tariffs slapped on Chinese products by President Donald Trump.
Late Apple CEO Steve Jobs and former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes share something in common far more important than their preference for black turtlenecks, says Alex Gibney
President Donald Trump and former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes both lie but Trump is ‘off the scale,’ says Alex Gibney, the director of a recent documentary on Holmes called “The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley.”
The U.S. health care system is a “national disgrace” and should be replaced with a single-payer model, says Charlie Munger, the right-hand man of Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffett.
The Democrats have made a big mistake in their blanket opposition to the policies of President Donald Trump, according to Charlie Munger.