• Unilever Chief, Ghosn Probe, Powell's Policy: CEO Daily for November 29, 2018

    12 days ago - By Fortune

    Good morning from Guangzhou.
    The Fortune Global Tech Forum got underway this morning, and first on stage was Sequoia China's Neil Shen-who, depending on which list you believe, is either one of the top, or the top venture capital investor of 2018, by virtue of investments in companies like Alibaba, JD.com, and Didi Chuxing. Shen has seen more than a dozen of his companies successfully launch IPOs this year.
    But Shen says he doesn't see the IPO as an exit-he claims that "in 13 years I haven't sold a single share." Instead, he stays in, because he believes the Chinese tech economy still has...
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  • Chico's, Unilever GSK, ‘Handmaid's Tale' Sequel: Broadsheet November 29

    12 days ago - By Fortune

    Good morning, Broadsheet readers! Emma Walmsley is close to a deal with Unilever at GlaxoSmithKline, we look at the best workplaces for parents, and West Point cadets teach us a lesson in women helping women. Have a terrific Thursday.
    EVERYONE'S TALKING Ask Army. In a new article for Harvard Business Review , two researchers asked the question: How do we know whether women actually help other women?
    In an ideal world, the answer would be, "Hello! Why wouldn't we?!" But we know, all too well, that there are circumstances, especially in competitive settings or when quotas are present, where...
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