Month: October 2020

The two-stroke Chinese language character for crisis is made of one stroke that represents danger and a second that represents opportunity. In parallel with the crushing toll on human of lost lives, shattered families and economic collapse brought about by the pandemic, it’s no surprise that we’re also seeing the power of human resilience and
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Allowing readers to experience the Sistine chapel through its pages with a precision, colour, detail, and proximity that can’t be achieved in person – Callaway Arts & Entertainment has launched an all-new super-deluxe three-volume collector’s limited edition of 1,999 numbered sets of the Sistine chapel with a legitimate Vatican museum’s authenticity seal. Worth at least
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Lamborghini takes an ultra-avant-garde turn, with the help of Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto. Teasing an all-new Aventador S dressed in a distressed black-and-red color palette, the car which follows the theme of Yamamoto’s fall 2020 menswear collection, showcases an array of punk red plaids, dots, and painterly stripes, alongside a dizzying interior of unique
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Every year, there’s a lot of misinformation when it comes to executive compensation. The headlines typically focus on public companies—and, more specifically, on Fortune 500 CEOs. Lumping all chief executives and senior executives in together based on this small subset, as if they’re some homogeneous pack, is, of course, intellectually lazy. But more pragmatically, the
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Navigating difficult times requires a strong company culture, and developing that culture requires constant nurturing. The user experience firm Blink devised a framework for defining and strengthening its company culture. Here are the six pillars of company culture it settled on. A strong company culture will make all the difference when your business goes through periods
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After entering Phase 4 in New York City, businesses are optimistically seeking a new economic and social equilibrium. Broadly speaking, many companies are transitioning from a partial in-office operating model, while others that have been away from the office are reopening their physical doors as they reemerge from the COVID-19 lockdown. A great majority will
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If I ask you what comes to mind when you think about entrepreneurship, you’ll likely think of buzzwords like ‘success,’ ‘money,’ or ‘the American Dream.’ Or maybe you’ll think of entrepreneurs who embody these traits, like Warren Buffet or Sara Blakely. We think so highly of entrepreneurship because we romanticize startup culture. We imagine entrepreneurs
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As the world stopped and international travel placed on hold, 2020 created time for reflection on how travel will move forward. For Brett Tollman, Chief Executive Officer of The Travel Corporation (TTC), the pandemic affirms how critical it is for the travel industry to prioritize sustainability and make travel matter. The company recently announced a
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All indications are that Covid-19 will be with us deep into 2021 and perhaps even longer. We can no longer hope that the worst is behind us and soon we will be able to go back to “the way it’s supposed to be.” The ongoing pandemic poses a once-in-a-generation challenge to CEOs and business leaders.
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A black shiny, square watch is one of the enduring images that comes to mind when one mentions Rado. It was the same feeling Matthias Breschan, then-CEO of Rado, vividly recollected when he first joined in 2011, as he told us during an interview we had with him in issue #56. More importantly, the brand
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The unbeatable has finally met its match. Long gone is the sensational record-breaking run that exceeded the magical threshold of 300 miles (482,80 km) per hour, the esteemed Bugatti Chiron Super Sport 300+ has officially been dethroned by an unlikely adversary. Crowned the all-new fastest automobile on the planet with a barely-believable two-way average speed
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