Dan Rosensweig provides a textbook lesson in management—and that's not hyperbole because he actually runs a textbook company. Rosensweig is president and CEO of Chegg, a textbook rental service for students.
When Ronald Reagan dominated American politics and Bruce Springsteen was a chart-busting figure on the pop-culture landscape, he ended his live shows with a simple admonition that was easy to miss amidst the screams of fans. "Remember," he'd tell the crowd, "nobody wins unless everybody wins."
Patti Smith entertained the crowd at the Pratt Legends 2009 gala by singing her hit "Because the Night," evidently a warm up for her performance of the song with Bruce Springsteen two nights later at the Rock 'n Roll Hall of Fame.
There’s no way of knowing how Kurt Warner and Ben Roethlisberger will handle the pressure-cooker on Sunday. But one fellow guaranteed to heat things up at the Super Bowl is Ron Krivosik
He’s vice president of culinary for Chicago-based Levy Restaurants, the company responsible for feeding the throngs at Raymond James Stadium. That’s right, dinner for 80,000 guests—fans, players, media, the skybox elite, even Bruce Springsteen and the E-Streeters.