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This is Capitalism: CEO Stories

Jun 25, 2019

Ray Hoffman introduces the guest for this episode. How did Amazon do it? And how is Amazon going to continue to do it? John Rossman has the answer to both questions. He joined Amazon in 2002, after 23 interviews, and he led the creation of the Amazon Marketplace, with all the third-party sellers that came in, which is...


Jun 12, 2019

Ray Hoffman introduces the guests for this episode. “Is there such a thing as entrepreneurial love? After visiting Thibault and Lola Manekin, I’m inclined to think there is because in talking to Thibault, Co-Founder of a remarkable property development firm called Seawall, and his wife, Lola, who created a wildly...


May 6, 2019

Ray Hoffman introduces his guest Veronica Dagher in the form of a note: “I like your work, Veronica Dagher. I like your Wall Street Journal columns on successful women, your Secrets of Wealthy Women podcasts, as well as your new ebook based on the columns and podcasts. It’s called Resilience, and it offers a lot of...


Apr 29, 2019

Tom Stewart is Executive Director for the National Center for the Middle Market, which is part of the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University. It’s the leading source of information and research on the companies whose output accounts for one-third of the private sector in the U.S., the middle third of...


Apr 22, 2019

Darrah Brustein asks a lot of good, pointed questions of herself as well as others. In part because of the questions she has asked herself since graduation from Emory University in 2006, she has gone from the fashion world to building a payment processing system for merchants, to event planner and networking guru,...