Navy vet Jim Skinner’s story is an inspiring example of the American Dream. He began his career as a management trainee at McDonalds in 1971.
The calendar may say February, but baseball is back, and our nation’s capital has high hopes that its team, the Washington Nationals, will capture its first World Series trophy for the city.
CVS Health Chief Diversity Officer David Casey's path has been an exciting one: he grew up in the Midwest, joined the U.S.
Air Force veteran and Academy graduate Gregg Popovich is a model of longevity and success.
The veterans community, and the Marine Corps, lost one of its own, with the death of Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Sr. the former publisher and chairman of the New York Times.
“It is our obligation to help those who have put themselves in harm’s way,” says Bill Nelson, Chairman and CEO of HBO, in an exclusive interview with Veterans Advantage.
Major General Frank Miller (US Army, Ret.) is a great example of how a military background can transform an organization in the civilian sector, valuable lessons for a new generation.
For OfficeMax CEO Sam Duncan, reaching the corner office fulfilled a lifelong dream, overcoming the economic and personal adversities he endured as a child.
Verizon Wireless CEO Lowell C.McAdam is a product of hard work and a passion for leadership and technology.
In a period of financial uncertainty, The Marine Corps can take pride in having one of its own at the top of a major investment company.
New York City’s very own home-grown Marine, Clarice Joynes, is the first woman appointed as Executive Director of the Mayor’s Office of Veterans’ Affairs, highlighting a 20-year career as one of th
Mr. Henderson, 58, joined Netflix just last month, and is best recognized as the former postmaster general and CEO of the US Postal Service from 1994 – 2001.