Earlier this month Cary Burch hosted Inside Innovation: What It Takes to Win, a panel discussion and question-and-answer session featuring leading innovators across the U.S. The event was held alongside the launch of our Top 100 Global Innovators announcement. Intellectual property leaders, innovators, educators, investors and others joined Thomson Reuters colleagues at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California, in the heart of Silicon Valley. The session featured insights from some of the most innovative minds at top firms and institutions from around the world. They spoke about how innovation fosters economic growth and prosperity and discussed what it takes to succeed in today’s economic environment.
The impressive line-up of panelists included: (more…)
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Dan Gross, Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence president, says the Manchin-Toomey background check legislation will return and he believes his group may have a good chance for success in the House. Rob Cox, global editor of Breakingviews, caught up with Dan at Aspen Ideas Festival.
Entrepreneur Eli Broad says the money he’s putting into education reform is working in cities across the nation. He also praises the changes in downtown Los Angeles and says he believes gun control still has a chance of succeeding in Congress. Hear more of what he had to say in this interview at Aspen Ideas Festival with Rob Cox, editor, Reuters Breakingviews.
Big banks’ bad reputation stems in part from their past mistakes, said former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty, now president and CEO of Financial Services Roundtable. Pawlenty talked about his new role as Wall Street’s man in Washington with Reuters Breakingviews Editor Rob Cox at the Aspen Ideas Festival.
The sell-off in stocks and bonds that followed Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s latest comments were an overreaction, says Carlyle Group co-founder David Rubenstein, but it showed that the central bank should provide greater details of its plans to end bond purchases. Rubenstein spoke with Reuters Breakingviews Editor Rob Cox at the Aspen Ideas Festival.