Deep-dive into the minds of the most significant leaders of our day -- these are the people who have been, or easily could be on the coveted cover of Forbes.
John Paul DeJoria: Business Tips From A Generous...
Who knew the man behind Paul Mitchell hair care products was an entrepreneur, philanthropist... Show More
Who knew the man behind Paul Mitchell hair care products was an entrepreneur, philanthropist and raconteur? John Paul DeJoria started out poor, but now is a billionaire business man who, in addition to Paul Mitchell Systems, cofounded the abundantly successful Patron Spirits, Rok, a mobile/web/tech/app services company and Aubio Life Sciences, which offers a plant-based cold sore cure. Hear this effusive 72-year old man expound on business tips, company culture and the best way to reprimand an employee. Show Less
Tim Ferriss: Insomnia Inspired This Podcaster's...
Insomnia anyone? Bestselling author and extremely popular podcasting host Tim Ferriss shares... Show More
Insomnia anyone? Bestselling author and extremely popular podcasting host Tim Ferriss shares tips on how to beat sleeplessness, why everyone should have a podcast and an exclusive scoop that will help you alleviate stress. Show Less
Jordan Harbinger: From Wall Street To The Charmed...
Jordan Harbinger shares lessons learned while on Wall Street and how they informed the... Show More
Jordan Harbinger shares lessons learned while on Wall Street and how they informed the evolution of his business and extremely popular podcast, "The Art of Charm." Hear about soft-skills, non-verbal communication and what you should do when you walk through a doorway. Show Less
Vivek Ramaswamy: Developing Drugs For Neglected...
Founder and CEO of Roivant Sciences, 31-year-old Vivek Ramaswamy, goes deep into the workings... Show More
Founder and CEO of Roivant Sciences, 31-year-old Vivek Ramaswamy, goes deep into the workings of the pharmaceutical industry. He explores questions including: Why take on Alzheimers when other big pharmaceuticals aren't? Why have there been so few changes in drug development for women's health? And why he's willing to take the financial risk of investing in drug research that fails. Show Less
Dean Metropoulos: The Man Who Resuscitated The...
Dean Metropoulos, founder and CEO of Metropoulos & Co., has taken on America's most beloved but... Show More
Dean Metropoulos, founder and CEO of Metropoulos & Co., has taken on America's most beloved but beleaguered brands and brought them back to life like: Pabst Blue Ribbon, Bumble Bee Tuna, Chef Boyardee and the Twinkie. Hear what draws him to a company, how he thinks business needs to modernize and why he doesn't spend a lot of money on advertising. Show Less
Greed Doesn't Win: Tom Steyer
Though his parents didn't trust money, Tom Steyer went on to become a billionaire hedge fund... Show More
Though his parents didn't trust money, Tom Steyer went on to become a billionaire hedge fund manager and founder of Farallon Capital. He's also a well-known environmental activist, who has turned his focus to politics. Hear his take on clean energy, American business ingenuity and the Trump administration. Show Less
Sean Rad Seeks to Hook Up Tinder
Sean Rad hatched Tinder, the ultimate hook-up app that's morphed into an all-around social... Show More
Sean Rad hatched Tinder, the ultimate hook-up app that's morphed into an all-around social tool, connecting people, yes, sexually, but also BFFs too. These days, he's chairing both Tinder and now, Swipe Ventures, which will focus on developing new business for Tinder. Hear Sean share his concerns about society, which tech innovations deserve the spotlight and why doing absolutely nothing is critical to creation. Show Less
Hip-Hop Hit Wonderboy: Jason Derulo
If you don't know his name, you likely know his songs. Song-writing, music producer... Show More
If you don't know his name, you likely know his songs. Song-writing, music producer extraordinaire, Jason Derulo has a whopping 11 platinum hits that upon listening, are immediately unforgettable. Hear about his creative process, his upcoming project -- and a childhood crush strategy. Show Less
A Moral Business Revolution: Jacqueline Novogratz...
At 25, Jacqueline Novogratz left a cushy job as a banker and took off for ...Rwanda. Her aim?... Show More
At 25, Jacqueline Novogratz left a cushy job as a banker and took off for ...Rwanda. Her aim? To start a microfinance institution for low-income people. In this interview, hear why Jacqueline Novogratz, founder and CEO of Acumen, an organization that invests money into companies tackling poverty, took the leap into financing people hard hit by their country's economy, politics and sectarian violence. Find out why she feels the meaning of success needs to be questioned and why the business world needs to expand its view of capital. Show Less
Wall Street Disruptor: Brad Katsuyama and Start-Up...
Founder and bad-ass Brad Katsuyama explains how he stood up to unfair trading practices on Wall... Show More
Founder and bad-ass Brad Katsuyama explains how he stood up to unfair trading practices on Wall Street, by starting a new stock exchange, IEX, with the mission of protecting the everyday investor. We will also hear from actress and founder Jessica Alba, on how her childhood illness inspired her billion-dollar startup as well as lessons learned from running a business. Show Less
Manual Laborer to Media Mogul: Adam Carolla
With characteristic salty candor, Adam Carolla talks about his slow rise to stardom and shares... Show More
With characteristic salty candor, Adam Carolla talks about his slow rise to stardom and shares tasty anecdotes and words of wisdom along the way. Show Less