Richard Feloni, Business Insider

Richard Feloni

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Recent articles by Richard:

The CEO of Dick's on why retailers have been forced into the front lines of the battle over gun control

Dick's stopped selling AR-15-style weapons in the wake of the deadly Parkland massacre. The decision sparked criticism from right wing figures. → Read More

10 reasons your best employees are leaving you, and what you can do to fix that

If your employees are leaving in droves, there's a good chance it's not them, it's you. Review this deck from HR firm Achievers to gauge what's wrong. → Read More

8 insights from a design expert that will change the way you give PowerPoint presentations

How to give a stunning presentation and convey a message that people remember when they think of you. → Read More

4 key lessons from the book that the head of the New York Stock Exchange says has made her a better leader

NYSE's Stacey Cunningham told us she'll often ask herself, "What would Bill McDermott do?" referring to the former head of the software company SAP. → Read More

Billionaire presidential candidate Tom Steyer says capitalism is failing but progressive Democrats shouldn't put 'a ceiling on the dreams and ambitions of Americans'

Tom Steyer has positioned himself left of the moderates led by former Joe Biden but without the class rhetoric of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. → Read More

A major nonprofit ranked U.S. companies for doing the best for their communities, workers, and the environment, and Salesforce and PayPal made huge jumps from last year.

Just Capital found that the companies that contribute to employees and communities also perform better. → Read More

The winners of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Economics are taking on the world's biggest problems. We talked to them about the wealth tax, Medicare for All, and some huge misunderstandings about migration.

MIT economists Abhijit Banerjee and Esther Duflo spoke with Business Insider about inequality, capitalism, and making decisions based on data. → Read More

WeWork is reportedly in talks with T-Mobile head John Legere to be its CEO. Here's how he's led a massive turnaround of his wireless company.

With T-Mobile, John Legere took a worst-in-class company and made it bigger than ever. WeWork is reportedly considering him for themselves. → Read More

Plummeting participation in youth football is a huge opportunity for fall baseball leagues across the US, according to the CEO of Dick's

Dick's CEO Ed Stack said that his business has observed that many parents are steering their kids away from football over the "concussion piece." → Read More

How Harry's co-CEO turned his morning walks into a 'sacred' ritual that's helped him solve some of the grooming company's biggest challenges

Jeff Raider told us his daily walk to work has been where he's made some of the most crucial decisions for the company he started six years ago. → Read More

Boeing's CEO just gave his rationale for giving up 'tens of millions' of dollars in bonuses and deciding not to resign

Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg isn't planning to resign. After a meeting with the families of 737 Max victims, he did give up his bonus. → Read More

The CEO of Dick's weighs in on why 'buycotts' didn't help out the sporting goods retailer when it was getting slammed by the NRA

Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack said that "buycotts" supporting the company's stance on guns didn't have much of a financial impact. → Read More

The CEO of Dick's explains how Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has helped his company turn the corner with Under Armour

Dick's Sporting Goods has also partnered up with singer Carrie Underwood for a private-label collection. → Read More

The CEO of a tech company changing the way developers code explains how a simple writing habit has made him a better leader

Glitch CEO Anil Dash told us his blogging forces him to collect his thoughts in such a way that it's made him a better communicator at work. → Read More

This year's 3 winners of the economics Nobel Prize revolutionized how we think about poverty. Here's an intro to their most essential research.

Newly appointed Nobel laureates Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo, and Michael Kremer have changed the way we study and fight extreme poverty. → Read More

The CEO of Dick's Sporting Goods reveals how he decided to move away from gun sales in his stores and why he wishes Mitch McConnell had 'the guts' to act on gun control

Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack told us why he had America's largest sports retailer take a political stance on gun control. → Read More

7 crucial developments from the UN's sustainability summit, and what they'll mean for businesses and our environment

This week's UN's SDG Summit showed heads of state requesting the private sector's urgent help, and business leaders answering the call. → Read More

A survey asked 1,000 CEOs how they felt about their work on the environment, and most of them gave the same answer: not that great

A new survey of 1,000 CEOs from around the world found that roughly 80% don’t believe businesses are doing enough for sustainability. → Read More

How the CEO who turned Arby's into a successful brand uses 'active listening' to solve all his workplace challenges

Inspire Brands CEO Paul Brown said the best technique he's found for being effective is making a habit of "listening more and talking less." → Read More

How Patagonia's CEO uses daily meditation to approach her job as 'a happy warrior'

Patagonia CEO Rose Marcario has used meditation to help her stay focused on progress, rather than perfectionism. → Read More