He runs one of the largest cities in the U.S. and has worked for two U.S. presidents. Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel knows that in order to get things done a leader needs to both encourage healthy debate and know when to make a decision.
The "King of Commodities" and founder of Glencore, and who was pardoned by Bill Clinton on his last day of office, has died of a stroke in Lucerne at the age of 78. He was on the FBI's Most Wanted list for almost two decades.
The 42nd President of the U.S. will not be using the @PrezBillyJeff, the account started for him by Stephen Colbert, but rather @BillClinton. The statesman has, however, namechecked Colbert in his first three tweets (out of a total of three so far.) Bromance ahoy!
Bill Clinton has decades of public-speaking experience, a deep well of charisma, and record high favorability ratings. But even mere mortals can borrow a few of his simple techniques to make our own presentations shine.