Barista in Chief
Meet Laxman Narasimhan, father, husband, son—and now CEO of Starbucks. By Nikhil Deogun.
21 SEPTEMBER 2023
The energy transition is upon us, with the prevailing perception that those who are slow to adapt risk being left behind as the world moves toward a low-carbon economy.
The first five days of COP28 saw a significant number of new agreements.
Substantial progress has been made on a “loss and damage” fund for the most vulnerable nations, as well as on eliminating methane emissions and addressing the impact of global warming on human health.
Brunswick’s inaugural global survey of public attitudes toward philanthropy uncovers widespread global support for philanthropy, key criticisms and opportunities to better engage the public on the role and impact of giving.
There are five key themes to watch for at COP28, which runs from November 30 to December 12: implications for energy, pressure and opportunity for financial institutions, transforming food systems and nature, scrutiny of corporate action and the future of the COP process itself.
One million people have signed up for a large-scale population study with Our Future Health, the world’s largest genomic healthcare initiative.
Brunswick’s Ayesha Bharmal and Ben Hirschler sat down with board member Adrian Hennah to learn more about the potential of genomics, getting the public on board, and building a resource that truly reflects a population.
Technology, Media and Telecoms – 14 NOVEMBER 2023
Every month, 150 million people use the communications platform Discord. Leading its Trust and Safety team is John Redgrave, who spoke with Brunswick’s Ash Spiegelberg, a Partner and Global Co-Head of the firm’s Technology, Media and Telecoms sector group, about the challenges—both human and technical—of that work.
Energy and Resources – 05 APRIL 2023
After CERAWeek 2023—“the Super Bowl of Energy”—Brunswick caught up with the man at the heart of it.
Education – 06 FEBRUARY 2023
In her part-time role as a business school professor, the Brunswick Senior Advisor and bestselling author is playing matchmaker between MBA students and industry. It’s an opportunity, often overlooked by both sides, that deserves attention particularly in this moment of massive tech layoffs, she tells Brunswick Partner Mike France.