I hope you’ve had a good week. In case you missed anything, I wanted to give you the heads up on what we published over the last five days.
On Monday, we had an exclusive, in-depth profile of Occidental Petroleum CEO Vicki Hollub, who is pursuing a goal many would think to be anathema for an oil company: carbon neutrality.
On Tuesday, we had a deep analysis of Huawei, a company in the middle of the US-China trade war and the first true technological supercompany out of China.
Wednesday brought us a revealing look at Stewart Butterfield, the CEO and co-founder of Slack, the workplace-messaging company and investor sweetheart. Butterfield thinks Slack can change the nature of work, but can he do that before work changes Slack?
We also had a bevy of videos to share with you this week. Our editor-in-chief, Kevin Delaney, sat down with IMF managing director Christine Lagarde, resulting in a fascinating conversation that touches on the future of capitalism, breaking up big tech and synchronized swimming.
And in the latest installment of our Because China series, Quartz staffers Nikhil Sonnad and Tony Lin traveled to Brazil, where China’s taste for meat is reshaping that country’s economy—and its environment.
Next week, we’ll be looking at the world of data: How it’s collected, how it’s sold, and how privacy is a game we’re losing.
I hope you have a restful and rewarding weekend; see you Monday.