Future CEO, 12: `Girls are strong too'

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Some day Fiona Von Hartleben, 12, plans to own her own construction company. "I really like this stuff," she said Wednesday as she waited for... Read more

When opportunity bounced (on a waterbed), he took it

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Gerald Shreiber's 11-year-old daughter wanted a waterbed -- and that's how Shreiber wound up as the founder and chief executive of a publicly-traded... Read more

When I grow up, I want to be the boss

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When Denise Morrison was growing up, most women who didn't want to be stay-at-home mommies or secretaries thought they might be nurses or teachers... Read more

CEO's advice: To get ahead, imagine who you want to be

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Envision -- that's the first step in getting ahead. Imagine -- imagine where you want to be, imagine how to get there, imagine what people... Read more

Getting ahead the honest way - on talent. Is it possible in Philadelphia?

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Roots and wings -- that's Angelo Perryman's story. Young African-American man in rural Alabama, where it might have seemed that race would... Read more

What the Wizard of Oz taught Angelo Perryman

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The question seemed innocuous, but general contractor Angelo Perryman fought back tears as he made his way through his answer. Are there any... Read more

SPIN: Harnessing the power of parents

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Kathleen Brown McHale leads SPIN, a nonprofit agency that provides residential and other services to people with autism as well as intellectual... Read more

Yes, we still love you: How to reassure employees in an acquisition

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So often in acquisitions, the talk centers on how to incorporate the new company into the acquiring company's culture. But what about the old-timers... Read more