As our 2020 Presidential campaign becomes more intense and pointed, it’s clear there is a battle going on for, among other things, America’s economic soul.Read more
Andrew McAfee: Why Capitalism & Technology Will Save the Planet
Is our best hope to stop global warming and save the planet the exact formula that created the mess in the first place? Andrew McAfee argues for capitalism & technology in “More From Less”Read more
Isaac Stone Fish: Where Do US-China Relations Go Next?
As the 2020 campaign heats up, several key questions will be asked and debated, including: How did we get here – and where do China and Chinese-U.S. relations go next?Read more
Joseph Stiglitz: Saving Capitalism from Itself
Nobel Laureate Joseph Stiglitz sounds the alarm and presents a new economic vision in “People, Power, and Profits: Progressive Capitalism for an Age of Discontent.” Stiglitz has written a definitive economic (and political) blue print for these times.Read more
Prof. Kirabo Jackson: The Economics of Education Investment
Northwestern Professor Kirabo Jackson explains the economics of education investment. The key? Start with early learning and continue.Read more
John Chambers: Connecting the Dots
Chairman Emeritus of Cisco John Chambers discusses digital innovation, market shifts, disruption… and his new book “Connecting the Dots: Lessons for Leadership in a Startup World” (with Diane Brady)Read more
Beth Comstock: Imagine It Forward
If throughout its history GE brought good things to life, you might say that – along with a few select others – Beth Comstock broughtRead more
Catherine Rampell: What, Exactly, is Trumponomics?
Washington Post opinion columnist Catherine Rampell joined me to help us better understand Trumponomics, the recent GDP numbers — and whether bad economics might just be goodRead more
Steven Brill: Tailspin — America’s Fifty-Year Fall
Steven Brill, author of Tailspin: The People and Forces Behind America’s Fifty-Year Fall — and Those Fighting to Reverse It, joined me to discuss what’s wrong withRead more
Bill Browder: Putin’s Public Enemy No. 1?
If you know his story already, you surely won’t mind hearing it again. It’s extraordinary. If you haven’t heard it before, get ready. Bill BrowderRead more
Sally Helgesen: How Women Rise in Business
For anyone in the workplace, the question of how to move to the next level is complex and often personal. As leaders and managers seekRead more
Anindya Ghose: Unlocking the Mobile Economy
What happens when we tap or swipe on your phone? According to industry estimates: Only some 3 and a half trillion dollars of economic valueRead more