In spite of his legendary fame and success, Muhammad Ali never swayed from his faith deeply rooted in compassion for people irrespective of their race, faith, gender and class, writes Sharmin Ahmad.
Leadership involves the use of power, and, as Lord Acton famously warned, power corrupts. And yet leaders without power – the ability to cause others to do what we want – cannot lead, writes Joseph S. Nye, Jr.
Regardless of our faith, race, gender and nationality, our destiny as one humanity is intricately woven together. According to the Native Americans, humanity is like a spider web. If you break one strand, you destroy the whole, writes Sharmin Ahmad.
When oil demand is fairly strong, as it is now and tends to be in early summer, the price will be set by the marginal production costs in US shale basins and Canadian tar sands, writes Anatole Kaletsky.
To the rest of the world, Clinton represents continuity, and Trump means dramatic change. Just how dramatic cannot be known, but the normal assumption that candidates play to their party’s core supporters during the primary season but then tack to the center for the general election cannot be relied on in Trump’s case, writes Bill Emmott.
The CEO needs to be talking about the business of the company to its workforce, investors, and the wider world, not be stuck at the AGM defending the executive team’s salaries, writes Lucy P. Marcus.