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The economist Dambisa Moyo in New York on Sept. 7, 2021. (Guerin Blask/The New York Times)

Crisis - 01 FEBRUARY 2024

Dambisa Moyo

“The world we’ve been living in, where democratic, capitalistic states dominate, is a historical aberration,” says the global economist, author and board member. By Kevin Helliker.

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Crisis - 08 JANUARY 2024

Hot Strike Summer

Was 2023 the beginning of a labor comeback? By Brunswick’s Robert Moran.

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Crisis - 07 NOVEMBER 2023

Exponential

Moody’s CEO Rob Fauber says that we’re living in a new era of risk. By Brunswick’s Craig Mullaney and Bill Pendergast.

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Crisis - 07 SEPTEMBER 2023

Profiles in Courage, Mental Health Chapter

Former Congressman Patrick J. Kennedy and the fight for a national mental health movement.

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Crisis - 01 AUGUST 2023

Can Singapore Fall?

Few know Singapore’s story as intimately as does Lim Siong Guan, whose 37-year career in government included senior roles at most every key ministry or institution.

Jeannie Lim

Business and Society - 01 AUGUST 2023

All Roads Still Lead to Singapore

International arrivals fell 99.9% during the pandemic’s peak. Jeannie Lim of the Singapore Tourism Board discusses how the country’s tourism industry survived—and actually emerged stronger.

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Crisis - 01 AUGUST 2023

Navigating the Deep Sea

Capital and companies are pouring into Southeast Asia. That means more attention for the region—and more competition. Sunitha Chalam, Head of Brunswick’s Singapore office, reports.

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Consumer Industries - 01 AUGUST 2023

Major Minor

His passion for business—and Thailand—underpin the resilience and success of Bill Heinecke’s Minor International, writes Michael Kearns.

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Crisis - 01 AUGUST 2023

Shared Spirit

Long-ago sacrifices still frame contemporary commitment to Singapore and Southeast Asia. By Will Carnwath, co-founder of Brunswick’s Singapore office.

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Business and Society - 20 JULY 2023

Defending Ukraine Against the Cold

Bombs and bullets destroyed millions of windows in Ukraine. A nonprofit has developed a way to install new ones in 15 minutes, for only $15. Brunswick speaks with founder Harry Blakiston Houston.

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Business and Society - 26 APRIL 2023

Taking on Nature Loss at Scale

McDonald’s is one of the largest restaurant chains in the world, operating in over 100 countries. Chief Sustainability Officer Jenny McColloch discusses how a business of that scale is addressing biodiversity loss and the emerging global food crisis.

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Business and Society - 26 APRIL 2023

Zebra Saving Rhino

Why is a bank on the frontlines of the fight to save the rhino from extinction? Brunswick’s Graeme Coetzee and Kevin Helliker report.

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Business and Society - 26 APRIL 2023

The Global Landscape

At the Paris Peace Forum, four experts discuss the challenges and expectations for business in confronting the world’s nature crisis, led by Brunswick’s Lucy Parker.

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Business and Society - 23 APRIL 2023

Biodiversity Crisis

While climate is a well-established concern, mass extinction and ecosystem collapse loom equally large—and businesses are beginning to respond.

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Crisis - 09 FEBRUARY 2023

Shaping Superhumans

Venture philanthropy expert and public health advocate Olga Rudneva talks to us about helping Ukraine’s wounded become living symbols of a new country. By Maria Figueroa Küpçü and Carlton Wilkinson.

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Crisis - 23 FEBRUARY 2023

A Port Authority on the Great Untangling

What caused the logjam? What eased it? What’s the economic outlook? Insight from Gene Seroka, Chief of America’s busiest port. By Stephanie Heise.

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Consumer Industries - 16 AUGUST 2021

Oscar Munoz

United’s former Executive Chairman and CEO talks to Brunswick’s Jayne Rosefield about managing the airline’s turnaround and hard-won lessons of leadership. From the Brunswick Review.

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Crisis - 22 SEPTEMBER 2021

Neal Wolin

In an interview, Brunswick’s CEO assesses the challenges facing leadership in a time of crisis.

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Crisis - 23 DECEMBER 2020

Introduction to The WFH Issue

One legacy of the pandemic is the arrival in general parlance of “WFH.” So named, this edition of our magazine brings you Brunswick Review stories posted online during the first months of the pandemic.

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Crisis - 20 SEPTEMBER 2021

The Coming Revolution

By Sir Alan Parker

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Crisis - 11 AUGUST 2020

The Unarmed Cop

How British police maintain law and order largely without the use of guns. By Kevin Helliker.

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Crisis - 24 JUNE 2020

Intelligence Report

Two former CIA officers, now with Brunswick, discuss the past and future of the US.

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Crisis - 04 MAY 2020

United for Africa

Brunswick’s Itumeleng Mahabane sees an opportunity in the dire global crisis.

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Crisis - 09 SEPTEMBER 2020

Inside IBM’s COVID-19 Response

CIO Fletcher Previn and his team “compressed 10 years of strategy into 10 weeks of execution,” reports Philip Delves Broughton.

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Crisis - 29 APRIL 2020

Deployment: WFH

A retired Four-Star Admiral, accustomed to long confinements at sea, offered counsel in April on how to navigate the tough times ahead.

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Crisis - 20 APRIL 2020

When Your Crisis Story Hits Chapter 11

The current rough passage may not end with COVID-19. Brunswick’s Jonathan Doorley and Will Rasmussen lay out steps to take now.

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Crisis - 22 APRIL 2020

India Epicenter

One state’s readiness could serve as a model for the nation and the world. “Coronavirus Slayer” K.K. Shailaja, Kerala’s Health Minister, talks to Brunswick’s Khozem Merchant.

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Crisis - 08 APRIL 2020

The Moment We Trained For

A (young) elder of UK government and politics on leadership amid the pandemic.

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Crisis - 01 APRIL 2020

Crisis Revisited

In March 2020, Neal Wolin saw perils darker than in early ‘09.

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Consumer Industries - 09 DECEMBER 2020

In Conversation: McDonald's CEO Chris Kempczinski

He took charge of McDonald’s amid an executive scandal and soon found himself facing the most serious global pandemic in a century. He spoke with Brunswick’s Jayne Rosefield.

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Crisis - 06 OCTOBER 2022

Neal Wolin

“You can't slow things down,” Brunswick CEO Neal Wolin tells Philip Delves Broughton. “You have to figure out a way to balance and juggle a set of things all at once.”

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Crisis - 20 SEPTEMBER 2022

Accelerate Risk

A blocked Suez shows how rapid progress can ratchet the impact of a mistake.

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Crisis - 20 APRIL 2022

Moving Mountains

In the wake of the fall of Kabul, a nonprofit’s focus shifted almost overnight from empowering young women to evacuating them. Brunswick’s Preston Golson reports.

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Consumer Industries - 02 AUGUST 2022

A Pandemic Culinary Triumph

A brasserie opens in Brooklyn, during the pandemic, and wins a Michelin star. Meet the Chef, General Manager and Investor behind Francie. By Hunter Hallman.

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Crisis - 08 SEPTEMBER 2022

My So-Called College Years

As COVID restrictions recede, a UCLA senior begins to comprehend what she has lost. By Sydney Lester.

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Business and Society - 15 JUNE 2022

Mundus Mundy

Simon Mundy has written a book, and a cartography, to help navigate the world of ESG. He delves into the key ESG issues encompassed in "Race for Tomorrow: Survival, Innovation and Profit on the front lines of the Climate Crisis."

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Crisis - 16 JUNE 2022

05:46 GMT March 11 2011 – Disaster struck

I awoke to a call from a friend who urged me to turn on the TV. I’d had an eerily similar call years earlier, on the morning of January 17, 1995, when an earthquake had struck the city of Kobe (also at 5:46am – Japan time).