A healthy dose of ambition and a heaping spoonful of drive helped Kat Cole, president of Cinnabon, rise to the top of one of America’s booming indulgence brands.
When he came to the U.S., Hamdi Ulukaya didn't plan to ignite America's Greek yogurt craze. Before it happened it was an idea he literally threw away with the junk mail.
Goldman Sachs' Abby Joseph Cohen, a long-time Wall Street bull, discusses her love for numbers and gives an inside look at her life on and off the Street.
Not quite striking it big as a clarinetist, Blue Bottle founder James Freeman called on his passion to pull him from the daily grind into entrepreneurial success
What's it like to work at one of the most storied investment banks...and quit? Win Smith, a former Merrill Lynch executive explains the ups, downs, and in betweens.
Quitting your day job isn’t easy, especially when it’s one where you get to play RockBand at work. But one entrepreneur traded in her console for kernels and has never looked back.
Craig Leavitt, CEO of Fifth & Pacific's Kate Spade business, intended to hop into politics, but instead managed to mount a sparkling comeback for the luxury retailer.
Lechleiter, a chemist, never thought he'd land in the C-suite. He shares advice after three decades working at Lilly, and talks about how the firm is navigating its patent cliff.
It turns out Ford employs someone to look into the future. Meet Ford's 'futurist' and learn what she did to earn the title.
A career in the military doesn’t always add up to a big slot at a giant bank. But for Deutsche Bank’s Michael Fleming it did.