I wanted to be a columnist so badly that I took a huge pay cut to leave Forbes, which wouldn't give me a column, and join Newsday, which wanted my column for its Sunday business section.
The world has a shortage of solution providers. Everybody want to be in the 'Forbes' list.
I read an article in 'Forbes' entitled 'Six Ways To Achieve Any Goal,' and it really inspired me and helped me get to where I am today.
I read an article in Forbes entitled 'Six Ways To Achieve Any Goal,' and it really inspired me and helped me get to where I am today. Now everything is completely different - but I'm still not satisfied.
Talking about income inequality, even if you're not on the Forbes 400 list, can make us feel uncomfortable. It feels less positive, less optimistic, to talk about how the pie is sliced than to think about how to make the pie bigger.
I was working at 'Forbes,' and I covered big enterprise companies - IBM, Sun, and EMC - and it was kind of boring. 'Forbes' only came out every other week, so it was not the most fast-paced job in the world. It was very nice, comfortable.
The annual 'Forbes' Billionaires List speaks volumes about the movement and concentration of wealth across industries and geographies.
I think I have the right to know what Steve Forbes paid in taxes - I don't think there should be a law. I think there should be a presumption. I wouldn't vote for a guy who wouldn't reveal what he paid in taxes. That kind of thing.
While the Forbes Council does offer some benefits and opportunities for members, the Council may want to be careful going forward to avoid the many pitfalls that befell Trump University.
Although advertised as 'invite only', it has been reported by Forbes Council members and invitees that this 'invite' came with a membership fee.