Killing Capitalism with Neutron Jack

The New York Times reporter and the Corner Office columnist, David Gelles, has spent the last several years interviewing hundreds of top CEOs. It's become clear to Gelles that the best leaders share a common set of attributes — characteristics like emotional intelligence, the ability to think long term, and a commitment to serve multiple stakeholders at once.

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