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Andrew Ross Sorkin is an American journalist and author who has given small speeches on leadership, among other topics. Sorkin is a financial columnist for The New York Times. He is also responsible for creating and editing the book DealBook, which is a financial news service book published by The New York Times.
Sorkin also write the book Too Big to Fail.
Andrew Ross Sorkin earned a Bachelor of Science from Cornell University back in 1999. He initially interned at The New York Times as a student before obtaining a position there.
Sorkin has given speeches on subjects like leadership, discussing the various types of leaders and using big names as examples. Sorkin compares Steve Jobs to the Manger of GM to highlight their differences as leaders.
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Andrew Ross Sorkin's Comparing Leaders Speech Examines Big Names
Speaker Andrew Ross Sorkin takes a look at what separates the big business leaders of today in this comparing leaders speech. He claims that there are two notable types of leaders, that have two... Read More