My Worst Day in Business: Interview with ActOne Founder & CEO Janice Bryant Howroyd | WATCH

Janice Bryant Howroyd is founder and CEO of $950 million ActOne, a provider of workforce solutions including temporary staffing. She opened the business in Los Angeles in 1978 with $1,500 including a $900 loan from her mother, a fax machine and a phone. With over 17,000 clients and 2,600 employees in 19 countries, Janice has …

Business

My Worst Day in Business: Interview with Eddie Brown Founder of Brown Capital Management| WATCH

Growing up in the Jim Crowe South, Eddie Brown faced several challenges that sought to upend his opportunities in life. Today, Brown is an American investment manager, entrepreneur and philanthropist. Renowned for his stock-picking acumen, Brown is the founder and president of Brown Capital Management, a Baltimore-based firm that’s amassed more than $9.5 billion under …

My Worst Day in Business: Interview with Bishop TD Jakes, Potter’s House Founder | WATCH

Bishop TD Jakes is an American pastor, author and filmmaker. He is also the pastor of the Potters House, a non-denominational American megachurch where for the past two decades, he has consistently inspired the world with his message of hope. However, about five years ago, a catastrophic business move would have him experience, the worst …

Wellness

The Rock on How he Went From Being Evicted to Becoming the Highest Paid Actor in the World | WATCH

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the highest-paid actor in the world, joins Oprah on her 2020 Vision Tour to share how he went from evictions to making millions a year. Excerpts: “DWAYNE: When we were 14 years old, we lived in Hawaii. And we lived in a small efficiency apartment. And we were—my mom and I …