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Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

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Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

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CNN's Poppy Harlow explores the journeys of business and global leaders. In-depth interviews with leadership advice from entrepreneurs, CEOs and innovators about what it takes to rise to the top.

Latest Episodes

Airbnb CEO: The Future of Travel

Airbnb Co-Founder and CEO Brian Chesky is no stranger to leading a company through a crisis. He launched the vacation rental company in 2008 during the middle of a global recession, and now he is guiding it through a decimated travel sector due to the coronavirus pandemic. He opens up about Airbnb's response to Covid-19, how it has impacted the company and where they can go from here.

32 MIN3 w ago
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Airbnb CEO: The Future of Travel

Salesforce’s Marc Benioff: Capitalism Must Change

Salesforce Founder and CEO Marc Benioff is calling for a more compassionate capitalism amid Covid-19. He feels CEOs and businesses have the responsibility to think about all of their stakeholders, not just their shareholders.

21 MINMAY 28
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Salesforce’s Marc Benioff: Capitalism Must Change

Bumble CEO: Dating in the age of Covid

How do you date during a global pandemic? Whitney Wolfe Herd, the founder and CEO of the dating app Bumble, says her company is helping their users answer that question and find connection from a distance. She talks about how this pandemic may permanently change the way people date, and how Bumble is positioning itself in a competitive market for dating services.

29 MINMAY 14
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Bumble CEO: Dating in the age of Covid

From Homeless to the 1%: Advice from a Venture Capitalist

Arlan Hamilton, Managing Partner and Founder of Backstage Capital, knows what it's like to start a business in the face of extreme adversity. Before she founded her venture capital fund five years ago, she was living on food stamps and sleeping in airports. She's focused on investing in underrepresented entrepreneurs - women, people of color, and LGBTQ founders - and is finding inventive ways to support the companies in her portfolio during the coronavirus.

31 MINAPR 30
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From Homeless to the 1%: Advice from a Venture Capitalist

Kevin Love: Coping during Coronavirus

Cleveland Cavaliers player and five-time NBA all-star Kevin Love opens up about what he calls "the pandemic nobody is talking about" - mental health. He shares his personal struggles with anxiety and depression and why he is motivated to talk more openly about mental health, especially during the coronavirus pandemic when people are isolated from one another.

34 MINAPR 23
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Kevin Love: Coping during Coronavirus

Melinda Gates' Fight Against Covid-19

For years, Bill and Melinda Gates have been warning about the threat of a global pandemic. Now they are fighting as hard as they can to save lives as the world struggles to combat Covid-19. The Gates Foundation is making billions of dollars available, in part to develop eight different vaccines, hoping to find one that works. In an exclusive interview, Melinda warns of the impact the coronavirus has on the most vulnerable communities in the United States and the risk it poses in the developing world.

22 MINAPR 16
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Melinda Gates' Fight Against Covid-19

Digital Divide: Teaching Kids During Coronavirus

As the coronavirus pandemic has forced schools across the country to close, educators have scrambled to get their curriculum and their students online. Joe Holland, CEO of Teachers Pay Teachers, and Reshma Saujani, Founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, talk about how their organizations are supporting teachers, students, and parents during the coronavirus, and the particular challenges that students from lower socio-economic backgrounds face.

30 MINAPR 9
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Digital Divide: Teaching Kids During Coronavirus

How the Coronavirus Impacts America's Most Vulnerable

Coronavirus poses a higher risk for America's most vulnerable and nonprofit leaders are trying to help - including pregnant women and mothers with newborns, millions of people living in poverty, and children who depend on free meals from school. Christy Turlington Burns of Every Mother Counts, Wes Moore of the Robin Hood Foundation and Lauren Bush Lauren of FEED discuss the biggest challenges they face and what their organizations are doing to support those in need.

38 MINAPR 3
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How the Coronavirus Impacts America's Most Vulnerable

Land O'Lakes CEO: Food Supply Chain Remains Strong

Americans are alarmed by empty grocery shelves, but Land O'Lakes President and CEO Beth Ford expresses confidence in the nation's food supply chain and farmers. She recognizes challenges with distribution as states are enforcing stay-at-home orders and there is a surging food demand during the coronavirus outbreak.

15 MINMAR 26
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Land O'Lakes CEO: Food Supply Chain Remains Strong

Coronavirus and the Restaurant Industry

As restaurants across the country are being ordered to shut down, large and small-business owners in the restaurant industry are trying to determine how they can sustain themselves during this time and what it means for their many employees who are suddenly out of work. Together, Chef Thomas Keller of the Thomas Keller Restaurant Group and Danny Meyer of Union Square Hospitality Group share how they are handling the crisis, establishing employee relief funds, and supporting their supply chains. And Minneapolis restaurant owner Eric Dayton weighs in on what he is doing for his own employees who lost their jobs overnight.

27 MINMAR 24
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Coronavirus and the Restaurant Industry

Latest Episodes

Airbnb CEO: The Future of Travel

Airbnb Co-Founder and CEO Brian Chesky is no stranger to leading a company through a crisis. He launched the vacation rental company in 2008 during the middle of a global recession, and now he is guiding it through a decimated travel sector due to the coronavirus pandemic. He opens up about Airbnb's response to Covid-19, how it has impacted the company and where they can go from here.

32 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Airbnb CEO: The Future of Travel

Salesforce’s Marc Benioff: Capitalism Must Change

Salesforce Founder and CEO Marc Benioff is calling for a more compassionate capitalism amid Covid-19. He feels CEOs and businesses have the responsibility to think about all of their stakeholders, not just their shareholders.

21 MINMAY 28
Comments
Salesforce’s Marc Benioff: Capitalism Must Change

Bumble CEO: Dating in the age of Covid

How do you date during a global pandemic? Whitney Wolfe Herd, the founder and CEO of the dating app Bumble, says her company is helping their users answer that question and find connection from a distance. She talks about how this pandemic may permanently change the way people date, and how Bumble is positioning itself in a competitive market for dating services.

29 MINMAY 14
Comments
Bumble CEO: Dating in the age of Covid

From Homeless to the 1%: Advice from a Venture Capitalist

Arlan Hamilton, Managing Partner and Founder of Backstage Capital, knows what it's like to start a business in the face of extreme adversity. Before she founded her venture capital fund five years ago, she was living on food stamps and sleeping in airports. She's focused on investing in underrepresented entrepreneurs - women, people of color, and LGBTQ founders - and is finding inventive ways to support the companies in her portfolio during the coronavirus.

31 MINAPR 30
Comments
From Homeless to the 1%: Advice from a Venture Capitalist

Kevin Love: Coping during Coronavirus

Cleveland Cavaliers player and five-time NBA all-star Kevin Love opens up about what he calls "the pandemic nobody is talking about" - mental health. He shares his personal struggles with anxiety and depression and why he is motivated to talk more openly about mental health, especially during the coronavirus pandemic when people are isolated from one another.

34 MINAPR 23
Comments
Kevin Love: Coping during Coronavirus

Melinda Gates' Fight Against Covid-19

For years, Bill and Melinda Gates have been warning about the threat of a global pandemic. Now they are fighting as hard as they can to save lives as the world struggles to combat Covid-19. The Gates Foundation is making billions of dollars available, in part to develop eight different vaccines, hoping to find one that works. In an exclusive interview, Melinda warns of the impact the coronavirus has on the most vulnerable communities in the United States and the risk it poses in the developing world.

22 MINAPR 16
Comments
Melinda Gates' Fight Against Covid-19

Digital Divide: Teaching Kids During Coronavirus

As the coronavirus pandemic has forced schools across the country to close, educators have scrambled to get their curriculum and their students online. Joe Holland, CEO of Teachers Pay Teachers, and Reshma Saujani, Founder and CEO of Girls Who Code, talk about how their organizations are supporting teachers, students, and parents during the coronavirus, and the particular challenges that students from lower socio-economic backgrounds face.

30 MINAPR 9
Comments
Digital Divide: Teaching Kids During Coronavirus

How the Coronavirus Impacts America's Most Vulnerable

Coronavirus poses a higher risk for America's most vulnerable and nonprofit leaders are trying to help - including pregnant women and mothers with newborns, millions of people living in poverty, and children who depend on free meals from school. Christy Turlington Burns of Every Mother Counts, Wes Moore of the Robin Hood Foundation and Lauren Bush Lauren of FEED discuss the biggest challenges they face and what their organizations are doing to support those in need.

38 MINAPR 3
Comments
How the Coronavirus Impacts America's Most Vulnerable

Land O'Lakes CEO: Food Supply Chain Remains Strong

Americans are alarmed by empty grocery shelves, but Land O'Lakes President and CEO Beth Ford expresses confidence in the nation's food supply chain and farmers. She recognizes challenges with distribution as states are enforcing stay-at-home orders and there is a surging food demand during the coronavirus outbreak.

15 MINMAR 26
Comments
Land O'Lakes CEO: Food Supply Chain Remains Strong

Coronavirus and the Restaurant Industry

As restaurants across the country are being ordered to shut down, large and small-business owners in the restaurant industry are trying to determine how they can sustain themselves during this time and what it means for their many employees who are suddenly out of work. Together, Chef Thomas Keller of the Thomas Keller Restaurant Group and Danny Meyer of Union Square Hospitality Group share how they are handling the crisis, establishing employee relief funds, and supporting their supply chains. And Minneapolis restaurant owner Eric Dayton weighs in on what he is doing for his own employees who lost their jobs overnight.

27 MINMAR 24
Comments
Coronavirus and the Restaurant Industry
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