I was pleased to participate recently in The Midwest Roundtable on Talent. The event brought together business leaders and college presidents from more than 60 schools to exchange ideas about how to prepare students for success in the 21st century workplace.
By Joe Ricketts
Ever since I founded my first business in the 1970s, I have liked to be in the office and see people working.
As an entrepreneur and philanthropist, my mind naturally thinks up new ideas for businesses and charitable ventures. Sometimes, the new idea has to do with trying to tackle a serious problem.
The following article ran in the September 21, 2020 issue of the Wall Street Journal.
By Daniel Pianko
A few weeks ago, I posted about why I named my ranch Jackson Fork Ranch. Some folks asked me about this blog post and why I refer to the area where my ranch is as “Little Jackson Hole.”