The modern history of opera can be divided into before and after Luciano Pavarotti. In a wide-ranging interview, Nicoletta Mantovani, Pavarotti’s widow, opens up about his lesser-known attributes.
Professor Naomi Feldman has served at the highest levels of government in both the United States and Israel. In a wide-ranging interview, Feldman outlines the pressure points for the U.S. and Israeli economies, respectively.
Before being elected Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives in 1999, Robert L. Livingston played a key role in reducing the nation’s deficit. Now he has a thriving lobbying and government relations firm which carries his namesake.
In his first interview since stepping down as Oman’s long-time foreign minister, Yusuf bin Alawi discusses his humble origins and his journey to become the top diplomat of Oman.
Learn how J. Karl Voglmayr pursued his passion for historic preservation and restored the dilapidated National Park Seminary in Maryland, United States, to its former glory.
“Helping and mentoring people is part of my roots,” says Ray Benton, the chief executive of the Junior Tennis Champions Center, referring to how both his parents were professors and educators at the University of Iowa.
Do you have political aspirations but stuck in a dead-end job? This
Norwegian diplomat turned lawmaker left his job – and went without pay for 18 months – before winning a contested primary, and ultimately the election.