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He is controversial or so it seems. His name resonates within the political sphere of this country. He is known as a doer, with a ‘nothing is impossible’ attitude. Sajin de Vass Gunawardena popularly known as Sajin has an alternative viewpoint, which enables him to venture where others fear to tread.

We ask a celebrity a set of devilishly probing questions – and only accept the definitive answer. Now it’s the turn of Richard Branson.

Howard Schultz, founder and CEO of Starbucks, has candidly admitted making some shocking mistakes and taking drastic measures three years ago to save the global company, which suddenly started losing its way.

The Microsoft co-founder and multi-billionaire talks about his autobiography in which he describes his bizarre working relationship with Bill Gates.

Business Today Sri Lanka Magazine Description:

PublisherBT Options

CategoryBusiness

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyMonthly

The magazine of the corporate world, Business Today features an interesting line-up of interviews with eminent personalities who impact the corporate, commercial and economic sectors. The monthly magazine also includes exclusive articles syndicated from the Harvard Business Review and Financial Times. It has also featured the monthly columns by Richard Branson and Howard Schultz. International interviews featured include Sir Richard Branson, Paul Allen, Howard Schultz, Omar Bin Laden and Sir Jonathan Ive. Articles penned by President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden Jr. have also been featured in the magazine.

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