From Fortune: "In business, government, philanthropy and the arts, and all over the globe, these men and women are transforming the world and inspiring others to do the same. Read more about our third annual list here."
Valentina Zarya writes, "What separates CEOs from the rest of us? There are a million ways to answer this question, but a group of researchers decided to hone in on one: Personal characteristics. According to new research by professors at the University Chicago Booth School of Business and
Ashley Weatherford writes, "Capitol Hill is speckled with more than 400 congressional caucuses and member organizations — there's a Congressional Cloud Computing Caucus, the Tuberculosis Elimination Caucus, and the Friends of Norway Caucus, to name a few. And, as of yesterday, you can add the
Jared Lindzon writes, "When Fortune looked at the number of Fortune 500 companies with entirely male boards in early 2015, it was disappointing to discover that the number was in the double-digits: 23. But returning to the question this year, we were optimistic that we’d see some notable improve
Cathy Locke writes, "Virginia S. Mueller began practicing law in 1946, when female members of the bar were rare, but during 63 years as a prosecutor and defense attorney, she never let gender or any other obstacle deter her from whatever she set her mind to achieve. As a teacher and mentor to