New Iranian President Hassan Rohani took his bid to improve Iran’s image onto the world stage with a speech yesterday at the United Nations that offered softer rhetoric without conceding his country’s right to nuclear power.
The last page of every issue of Harvard Business Review is an interview with one incredibly successful person: an athlete, an astronaut, an admiral. But, after three years of doing these, we've started to discover that even the most successful careers are still careers in transition: the athlete is becoming an author; the astronaut, an activist; the admiral, a diplomat. Below, key lessons from this year's batch of...
Rahm Emanuel, the Democratic mayor of Chicago who served as President Barack Obama’s first White House chief of staff, said yesterday that Republicans place “ideology” over the public interest, a day after candidates for that party’s presidential nomination made a pitch to 3,000 social conservatives at a church in Iowa.
Mexican presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said he isn’t satisfied with the partial recount of ballots that confirmed Enrique Pena Nieto’s July 1 victory and is deciding day by day how to protest the result.