HPE CEO’s Leadership Advice: ‘Aspire to Be Something Bigger’

Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s Antonio Neri is one of those rare Fortune 500 CEOs who can say he has held almost every job in his company. The son of an Italian homebuilder, Neri got his first job at Hewlett Packard in 1995 working in a customer call center in Amsterdam. He went on to have jobs
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“Ok, let’s do it.” With those words, a deliberate step and a pat on the arm of Kim Jong Un, President Donald Trump became the first sitting American leader to step into North Korea on Sunday as the two made history at the heavily fortified Demilitarized Zone. The made-for-television moment was unthinkable just two years
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President Donald Trump and China’s Xi Jinping agreed to a cease-fire Saturday in their nations’ yearlong trade war, averting for now an escalation feared by financial markets, businesses and farmers. Trump said U.S. tariffs will remain in place against Chinese imports while negotiations continue. Additional trade penalties he has threatened against billions worth of other
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NBC says round two of the Democratic presidential debate was the party’s most-watched ever. Based on Nielsen figures out Friday, the event including early front-runners Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders averaged 18.1 million viewers across NBC, MSNBC and Telemundo. That topped the previous Democratic debate audience high of 15.5 million for an October 2015 event,
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Joe Biden strongly defended his civil rights record on Friday, pledging to be a “president who stands against racism” and defiantly dismissing any suggestions otherwise. Speaking to the Rev. Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow PUSH Coalition, the white former vice president was working to repair the damage from a blistering attack from California Sen. Kamala Harris, the
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It was unclear whether President Donald Trump would be following along with the second night of the Democratic primary presidential debates from Osaka, Japan, where he is attending the G-20 summit. But Trump found time to take to Twitter when Democrats backed healthcare for undocumented immigrations Thursday night. “All Democrats just raised their hands for
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Joe Biden vowed to roll back the tax cuts passed under Donald Trump as he and nine other Democrats opened up a second night of debates with a series of attacks on the president, setting out the contrasts that voters will face next year. “Donald Trump thinks Wall Street built America. Ordinary middle-class Americans built
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The first of two Democratic presidential debates are in the can, with the second one coming at us like a freight train. (Fortune’s got you covered on what to expect tonight here.) Last night’s event brought out the chatty in all social networks, and the memes came early and often. (Mirándote, Señor Beto.) Most observers,
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The Pentagon has announced the identities of two soldiers killed in combat in Afghanistan. Killed on Wednesday in Uruzgan province were 32-year-old Army Master Sgt. Michael B. Riley and 24-year-old Army Sgt. James G. Johnston. Riley was assigned to 2nd Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group at Fort Carson, Colorado. He was from Heilbronn, Germany. Johnston
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And they’re off. Wednesday night’s inaugural Democratic debate for next year’s race for the White House was every bit as contentious and lively as pundits predicted, with the field of 10 candidates all touting their support for universal health care, immigrants’ rights, taxing corporations and reforming gun laws—while speaking at times in Spanish if the
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