Christine Day joined Lululemon Athletica in 2008 and helped the yoga-inspired athletic apparel maker grow by trusting her employees to make decisions.
Interview by Colleen Leahey, reporter
FORTUNE -- It's true that Lululemon Athletica's manifesto proclaims that "friends are more important than money," but there's been a lot of the latter pouring in these days. In 2008, CEO Christine Day joined the company after 20 years at Starbucks (SBUX); she has increased MOREMar 16, 2012 5:00 AM ET
After the IPO buzz wears off, the new kid on Wall Street will face an old problem: how to adjust to a post-public world.
By Jack and Suzy Welch, contributors
FORTUNE -- Any day now there's going to be one helluva party at Facebook. And why not? Companies don't go public for a gazillion dollars very often.
So party on, Facebook. Just beware the day after. Actually, beware the year after and the year after that.
Because MOREFeb 29, 2012 5:00 AM ET
Number crunchers who enjoy a good joke are more likely to succeed, says a new survey. They may even make more money.
By Anne Fisher, contributor
FORTUNE -- Accounting and the professionals who practice it don't strike most people as a barrel of laughs. Yet it seems that number crunchers who know how to lighten up are in demand.
That's according to Accountemps, a finance-and-accounting staffing firm whose researchers recently asked about 1,400 chief financial MOREFeb 13, 2012 11:29 AM ET
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