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Four Days That Inspired Joe Torre’s Four Rings
By Tyler Kepner for the New York Times Joe Torre is a CAL Entertainment Featured Speaker We measure greatness by
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Three Reliable Leadership Lessons I Keep Going Back To In Uncertain Times in Fast Company
Faisal Hoque is exclusively represented by CAL Entertainment By Faisal Hoque for Fast Company Remember back when “VUCA” (volatility, uncertainty,
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Faisal Hoque’s 9 steps to cultivating genius in your work in Business Insider
Faisal Hoque is Exclusively Represented by CAL Entertainment In making something, whether it is a business, an app, a book, or
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Why Nate Holzapfel’s Mission Belt Co. Just Donated $1.5 Million in Loans to Small Businesses in Inc.com
By Emily Canal for Inc.com Nate Holzapfel is exclusively represented by CAL Entertainment It doesn’t take a lot of brain
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Physicist Michio Kaku on STEM Education in Innovation and Tech Today
Superstar physicist Michio Kaku recently sat down Innovation & Tech Today for a sprawling interview on education and future tech
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A few of Rodney Mullen’s favorite things in the Wall Street Journal
MY GRANDMA GAVE ME the illustrated Bible on the left. There was a lot of tumult in the household growing
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Insect-Zapping Laser “Fence” Prepares for First Enemy Contact
A device that cooks unwanted flying bugs with a laser beam will be tested against an insect that has decimated
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To Thrive in Corporate Chaos, Don’t Forget to KISS
All businesses exist for the same purpose -- to gain and retain customers profitably in order to create shareholder value.
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In the age of Uber and Snapchat, antitrust law needs an update by Todd Buchholz in the L.A. Times
Consumer watchdog groups have denounced the pending AT&T and Time Warner merger, claiming that it would put too much power
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Dr. Deborah Berebichez On Overcoming Barriers To Achievement For Women In STEM in Forbes
An academic trailblazer, Dr. Debbie Berebichez made history in 2004 when she became the first Mexican-born woman to earn a
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How Magic Tricks Saved One NFL Player’s Life – Jon Dorenbos featured in Rolling Stone
Philadelphia Eagles long snapper Jon Dorenbos sounds affable on the phone, despite recently coming out surgery for a shattered wrist
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Nolan Bushnell’s Chuck E. Cheese, Silicon Valley Startup: The Origins of the Best Pizza Chain Ever – The Atlantic
This great American franchise, and by extension, childhood itself, almost never existed. You may not know this, but Chuck E.
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In Fast Company: The Top 4 Mistakes That Make Business Leaders Awful Storytellers, by Paul Smith
If "storytelling" is a common buzzword in the business world, it's for good reason—narratives make for effective communication. But the
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Why rich nations may be their own worst enemy
By Judy Woodruff for PBS Economist Todd Buchholz rails against what America has become: a people who want everything but
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The creator of Atari has launched a new VR company called Modal VR
By Jonathan Shieber for TechCrunch So Nolan Bushnell, the founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese, is launching a new virtual
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Silicon Valley Has Lost Its Way. Can Skateboarding Legend Rodney Mullen Help It?
IN A STORAGE room on the top floor of one of the Smithsonian's fortresslike buildings, a legendary athlete is playing
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Alabama’s “head” coach: Kevin Elko instrumental in developing the top-ranked Tide
To peer through a window deep inside the Alabama footballprogram, an innocent peek behind the eyes of one player can
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The Chicken Runs at Midnight, the Rich Donnelly story on ESPN
What makes Baseball a pastime is its story time. Go to any big league or minor league clubhouse, and there
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