Richard Feloni, Business Insider

Richard Feloni

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New York, NY, United States

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  • Business Insider
Past:
  • Business Insider AUS
  • The Independent
  • TIME.com
  • Thrive Global
  • AOL.com
  • Entrepreneur
  • Tech Insider
  • Inc.com
  • VentureBeat
  • Slate

Recent articles by Richard:

IBM is using its AI star Watson to pinpoint salaries and coach employees. Here are 9 robot tools that could one day find their way to your office.

From assessing skills to determining salaries, IBM is using artificial intelligence to change the way workers and managers do their jobs. → Read More

AI is going to change your career. IBM is showing how that can be a good thing.

The fear of AI is that it will replace humans in jobs and that employment will shrink. But IBM aims to show how AI will change work for the better. → Read More

A Silicon Valley CEO coach who's worked with Twilio and Etsy says that successful leadership begins with asking yourself fundamental questions — not mimicking Jeff Bezos

CEO coach Jerry Colonna says personally defining leadership and success is necessary for growth as a leader. → Read More

Ray Dalio revealed to us the one key investing strategy he's used to build his $18 billion fortune

Ray Dalio attributes his billions to a simple phrase that normal investors can't seem to get a hold of. → Read More

Ray Dalio says anyone who wants to understand today's world should read this 32-year-old book about empires

Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio touted a 1987 book by a Yale historian as an illuminating chronicle that is still relevant today. → Read More

'Pain is a great teacher': How Ray Dalio, the world's most successful (and mysterious) hedge-fund founder, came back from financial ruin

Bridgewater Associates founder and co-CIO Ray Dalio explains what the last few years taught him about leadership and success. → Read More

These are the top 14 US companies giving new parents at least 4 months of paid time off

Years of research have shown such policies have health and career benefits for both parents. Netflix tops the list with its famous "unlimited" plan. → Read More

15 large American companies that have the best environmental policies

Companies like Microsoft, Apple, and Goldman Sachs made major steps to recycle or redirect solid waste from landfills. → Read More

The clearest sign of a company's corporate conscience is what they lobby for

A team of researchers is calling for companies to be as transparent about political lobbying as they are about their corporate social responsibility. → Read More

How Everlane uses sustainable practices to make clothing that young people are obsessed with

Hip clothing company Everlane had to become transparent before it could become sustainable, said its GM of apparel, Kimberly Smith. → Read More

How WeWork's CEO grew a $10 billion relationship with SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, whom he calls 'Yoda'

WeWork CEO Adam Neumann considers SoftBank's Masayoshi Son a close ally and adviser in its plan for successful growth. → Read More

How WeWork's CEO manages his ego after going from broke to a billionaire in under 10 years

WeWork CEO and cofounder Adam Neumann found his ego getting too big after the co-working space reached a $5 billion valuation. → Read More

Top companies say they're working to help the environment. Now the CEO of food giant Danone is funding a UN-backed tool that will keep them accountable.

The team behind the B Corp certification has partnered with the United Nations to create an ambitious sustainability tool set to launch next year. → Read More

Here's the tactic Oracle's CEO uses to confidently make tough decisions, even when his team pushes back

Oracle CEO Mark Hurd's strategy faced heavy criticism — and now it's a model for other companies. → Read More

IBM's head of HR says '100% of jobs are going to change' with AI. Here's how the tech giant is adapting.

IBM's HR chief, Diane Gherson, has overseen a shift at the company in which skills have trumped résumés in importance. → Read More

Walmart and Patagonia were once the 'odd couple' of sustainability. Now, the world's biggest apparel brands are lining up to follow their example.

The Sustainable Apparel Coalition includes 250 members like Nike and Levi's; its tools are used by more than 10,000 manufacturers. → Read More

Meet the investor who calls herself a 'human social network' and manages a $150 million fund building startup hubs outside of Silicon Valley

Anna Mason is taking AOL founder Steve Case's "Rise of the Rest" vision to the next level. → Read More

The head of JPMorgan's $350 million philanthropic arm explains the challenges of investing in cities when Americans are increasingly wary of corporate influence

JPMorgan Chase's head of corporate responsibility, Peter Scher, explained how the bank has been experimenting with a unique approach to philanthropy. → Read More

The entrepreneur behind the coveted B Corp label shares why he's partnering with the UN to solve our most pressing workforce problems

B Lab has partnered with small companies and the United Nations to develop programs that benefit employees and the environment. → Read More

The labor-rights activist who helped win 2 million US caregivers higher wages warns that robots aren't the real threat to workers

Jobs With Justice co-executive director Sarita Gupta said we need to address the "fissuring" of the economy and not take any changes as inevitable. → Read More