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Interviews for technology leadership roles help hiring managers get a feel for a candidate’s technical and leadership skills. But for Mindy Ferguson, meetings for such a role at Capital One in 2018 felt different from others throughout her more than two decades in IT. That’s because the manager, Mike Eason, asked her about what she …

The official transition has taken place and Pat Gelsinger is now the CEO of Intel. The nomination came like a thunderbolt in mid-January and Bob Swan’s transition appears to have been rather swift, having ended just over a month later. If Intel was in hot water, its most recent financial data did not show it …

Crown Resorts and its majority shareholder, billionaire James Packer, have suffered a humiliating reprimand at the hands of Patricia Bergin, SC’s special investigation into their casino business. They have only themselves to blame. The damning final report of the 10-month investigation by the NSW Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority found that Crown – through its …

Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai gestures during a session at the annual meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, January 22, 2020. Fabrice COFRINI | AFP | Getty Images As Google prepares to return workers to its offices in 2021, it warns it could take a toll on productivity and finances, according to the …

Jason English Over the past twelve months, the COVID-19 pandemic has affected every aspect of our lives. As businesses look to the future, many companies are learning from this period and using them to rethink the traditional archetypes surrounding the way we work. With stay-at-home orders still in effect in many parts of the world, …

T The FTSE 100 was heading for a flat start today, with traders hedging their bets before investors digest a flurry of news on expected corporate earnings later. Taking large positions ahead of the Bank of England’s noon monetary policy announcements was also not considered wise. The index had a moderate session yesterday after being …

Image: Shutterstock Most managers worth their salt know that building a successful organization isn’t enough to hire smart people with the right mix of professional skills. Managers should also strive to foster an unspoken social order, a common purpose, shared values ​​and standards – in short, a strong corporate culture. But in an era when …