SurveyMonkey names new CEO, adds Sheryl Sandberg to the board

The news marks a milestone for the company, as it moves forward after the loss of its leader.

    News

    More than 200k people have signed a petition calling for Reddit’s Ellen Pao to step down

    More than 200k people have signed a petition calling for Reddit’s Ellen Pao to step down

    Even Pao’s mea culpa hasn’t stopped the petition’s numbers from rising.

    So many summer movies, so few female directors

    So many summer movies, so few female directors

    The number of women directing Hollywood’s biggest films, already low, has gotten even worse in recent years.

    Misty Copeland makes history as first black female principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre

    Misty Copeland makes history as first black female principal dancer with American Ballet Theatre

    With Copeland’s promotion, classical dance took a historic step forward.

    Analysis, Arguments & Advice

    The problem with outsider CEOs

    The problem with outsider CEOs

    Every outsider selection is in reality the archetype of failure, asserts professor Noel Tichy.

    A summer reading list that will help you professionally

    A summer reading list that will help you professionally

    A number of helpful, while still engaging, volumes have been published recently that are worth picking up.

    Life sciences a priority for Sean Parker’s new $600 million foundation

    Life sciences a priority for Sean Parker’s new $600 million foundation

    The Napster co-founder says he approaches philanthropic projects like startups.

    Research

    Interviewing for a job is taking longer than ever

    Interviewing for a job is taking longer than ever

    And Washington is the slowest city in the nation by far, job seekers say.

    The stereotype of the ‘queen bee’ female executive is losing its sting

    The stereotype of the ‘queen bee’ female executive is losing its sting

    A recent study casts doubt on the the long-held stereotype that women who get ahead don’t help other women.

    New study examines the possibility of a leadership gene

    New study examines the possibility of a leadership gene

    Are leaders born or made? Researchers studied people’s genetic makeup to try to answer that question.

    Leadership conversations

    IBM is struggling. But former CEO Sam Palmisano says he isn’t looking back.

    “If you go through the patterns of mistakes I made, it all came down to speed,” Palmisano says.

    More from the series

    Profiles

    Virgin’s stunt man

    Richard Branson’s famous antics to promote the brand don’t quite come naturally — but they get the job done.

    Resigned.

    The fast fall of a Washington career.