Quote of the Day:

Irene Rosenfeld

  • When investors, particularly investment bankers, talk about splitting up companies, there's a lot of discussion about multiple expansion, and the reality is multiple expansion is an outcome, not a strategy.
  • Mom was a housewife; Dad was an accountant. They taught me a lot about the value of working hard.
  • People vote with their hearts, not their heads.
  • The most important role of a leader is to set a clear direction, be transparent about how to get there and to stay the course.
  • I am very excited and delighted to be an important part of the development of corporate America.
  • Endorphins are a very powerful thing.
  • I talk a lot about taking risks, and then I follow that up very quickly by saying, 'Take prudent risks.'
  • Mom was a housewife; Dad was an accountant. They taught me a lot about the value of working hard.
  • It's fair to characterise me as competitive and determined, but anyone who works with me will attest to the fact I believe very strongly in the notion of servant leadership.
  • How you manage change can make all the difference.