Winemaker Kendall-Jackson is leading the way in the secretive and highly remunerative field. Could Sonoma compete against Périgord?by Jennifer Kornegay
For all the social and economic progress women have made in recent years, the battle for professional equality is far from over. But in fields ranging from finance to aeronautics to art history, they are pushing forward in exciting and important ways.
Cornerstone Capital’s Erika Karp on the danger of “lazy stewards of capital,” why investors need to look at economics as well as finance and how to find the will to change.
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Laurene Powell Jobs spent two decades as the partner of one of the world’s most influential men. Now she’s taking the fortune he left her and using it to shape her future—and the world’s.
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There is no doubt that China will win the battle against the coronavirus. In the meantime, however, policymakers must take steps to ensure that the economy functions as normally as possible—without compromising efforts to contain the outbreak—and can bounce back quickly once the crisis is over.by Yu Yongding
The original purpose of limited-liability protection was to encourage investment in—and risk-taking by—corporations, whose resulting innovations would benefit society. Yet by allowing shareholders to profit from the harms caused by corporations, limited liability has evolved into a source of systemic market failure.by Katharina Pistor