Conversations in Management: Chuck Foley—Twister!

He never stopped having fun. Mark Foley Mark was talking about his dad, Charles “Chuck” Foley, who, among other things, invented Twister. The elder Foley would have objected to the … Continue Reading →


Conversations in Management: Joseph Unanue

We’re united by language. We’re separated by the bean. Joseph Unanue In 1936 Prudencio and Carolina Unanue—Spanish immigrants living in New York—were bitten by the entrepreneurial bug. They opened a … Continue Reading →


Conversations in Management: George Eliot

It’s never too late to become what you might have been. George Eliot Mary Anne Evans should know. When she was born in 1819, the life expectancy of a woman … Continue Reading →


Conversations in Management: Delia Bacon

The conviction that I ought to do it is the strength in which I go about it.  Delia Bacon Conspiracy theories can be a lot of fun—as long as you … Continue Reading →