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Decade in Review

For CEOs, It’s a Whole New Job

Along with having to deal with globalism, nationalism, trade wars, AI, big data and cybersecurity, CEOs are increasingly expected to take stands on social issues.

The CEO’s Tricky Role in New Era of Social Responsibility

The Business Roundtable recently said companies should meet the interests of all stakeholders, rather than just shareholders. CEOs should brace themselves for the consequences. 40

Celebrities Seek Her Advice. M.B.A.s, Executives Line Up for Her Harvard Class.

Anita Elberse’s Harvard Business School course on the business of stardom teaches Grammy winners and MVPs about the business world and helps connect M.B.A. students with the entertainment and sports worlds. 105

Work & Family

Make Your Job Application Robot-Proof

It takes planning to make sure AI gatekeepers don’t bounce your résumé—sometimes for arbitrary reasons—before a human can make a call. 51

The Advice That Helped Okta’s CEO Build a $14 Billion Company

Todd McKinnon’s mentors have encouraged him to focus on the small details of company culture, stay close to his engineering roots and, in some cases, put his ambition on hold.

Twitter CFO May Take on Bigger Role as CEO Heads to Africa

Imagine you have a chief executive who is also CEO of another company. And then imagine he wants to go on a monthslong trip to Africa. That’s the situation facing Twitter Inc. ’s finance chief, Ned Segal.

WSJ News Exclusive

Renaissance Employees Could Face Clawbacks Over Hedge Fund’s Tax Maneuver

Jim Simons’s Renaissance Technologies has produced the greatest investment returns of any hedge fund. Now, it also may be facing an unusually painful tax headache. 65

Management Video

Therese Tucker: From The Farm to Silicon Valley


How Toys 'R' Us Went Bankrupt


Susan Packard on Being the Only Woman in the Room