CEOs

Mr Khosrowshahi has set a high bar for himself and his company's behaviour going forward. They may well be granted another chance in the UK but if they don't put their money where their mouth is then no amount of eloquence will help Uber reverse out of the ditch next time it drives into trouble.
The human brain is an incredible thing. Whereas previously the brain was thought of as static and 'hard wired' in adulthood after your formative childhood years, now scientists have found that in fact, it is a highly adaptable and rewireable organ, right into old age.
Being a leader in any organisation can sometimes be a lonely job, with this feeling only accentuated in times of great business
In the hours following the announcement that Theresa May would become prime minister without a vote being put to the membership
At the start of National Apprenticeship Week, here's an A-List of people who have made the journey from being an apprentice
The archetypal profile of a CEO in Britain's top 100 firms is male, white British and almost 55 years old. In addition, he
Back in January I wrote a blog for The Huffington Post about what my New Year's resolutions were. I had decided, for the
Bribery and corruption - like beauty and so many other lofty moral issues and ideals - are always in the eye of the beholder
As you may already be aware I am part of the World Youth Organization, however, I am not just 'part' of it- but one of the CEOs. My partner Maliha Reza is also a CEO of the organisation and we both work tirelessly each day striving to make the World Youth Organization one of the best global youth charities.
Working as a CEO mentor for over 18 years now, I have had the privilege of working with a number of truly inspirational 'greats'. The two traits that they all have though, are gravitas and charisma. They know their stuff and they emit an aura - even the shy ones.