2 CEOs on the Future of Digital Health

Happy Monday, readers! I hope you enjoyed your weekend. Fortune‘s 2019 Global Forum began on Monday in Paris. I encourage readers to catch up on the panels, one-on-one interviews, and conversations with some of the most consequential figures in business and government. On the health care front, here’s what I found intriguing: A back-and-forth between
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In 1876—seven years before the Brooklyn Bridge would open to traffic in 1883—chief bridge engineer Washington Roebling was already looking for additional revenue streams to offset the costs of the structure that would run up construction costs to $15 million. (In 2019 dollars, that figure equates to roughly $359 million.) Picking up the project from
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Mike Henry has been appointed as the next chief executive of BHP, succeeding Andrew Mackenzie who is retiring at the end of the year after running the world’s biggest mining company since 2013. In a statement, BHP said Mr Henry, a Canadian-born executive who runs its iron ore, coal and copper mines in Australia, would
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There are plenty of obscure interview questions out there — from Facebook’s time test to Elon Musk’s geography riddle. But for interviewing veteran John Ryan, he prefers to keep things simple. So simple “you could Google a lot of them,” he says. After all, the question is just a small piece of the puzzle: It’s
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The public impeachment inquiry hearings this week usher in a rare and momentous occasion in American history as Congress debates whether to remove a president from office. There are consistencies in the process—televised hearings, partisan rancor and memorable speeches—but each impeachment process also stands alone as a reflection of the president, the Congress and the times. Even
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As tuition costs soar, more students and their families are asking themselves if college is still worth it. Some experts say the value of a bachelor’s degree is fading. Starting salaries for new college graduates have grown less than 1% over the past two years, remaining at around $50,000. Worse yet: A decade after leaving
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These are strange times in the spirits world. Studies show that younger generations aren’t drinking as much hard liquor as they used to, wary of losing control and having their foibles forever archived on social media. Vodka and beer sales are down: last month, Molson Coors announced it would cut approximately 500 jobs and swap
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CAMBRIDGE Nov 10, 2019 (Thomson StreetEvents) — Edited Transcript of Intellia Therapeutics Inc earnings conference call or presentation Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 12:00:00pm GMT * Glenn G. Goddard Intellia Therapeutics, Inc. – Executive VP & CFO * John M. Leonard Intellia Therapeutics, Inc. – President, CEO & Director Intellia Therapeutics, Inc. – Executive VP
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Will your job exist five years from now, or even in 12 months? For most people working in fund management the answer has long been a resounding yes. Although technology has brought big changes, not least in the way investment decisions are made, the traditional staffing structure of many groups has remained consistent: a core
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