Mary Vinnedge

Mary Vinnedge

Boom and Bust

By Mary Vinnedge | April 28, 2009

At 80, billionaire T. Boone Pickens could choose to
bask in his successes

Sally’s Field of Dreams

By Mary Vinnedge | February 11, 2009

Fierce desire and hard work propel Sally Field’s
career. “I’ve always belie

Power and Influence

By Mary Vinnedge | January 6, 2009

Colin Powell was—and wasn’t—born to greatness. The son of
working-class Jamaica

From the Corner Office: Herb Kelleher

By Mary Vinnedge | October 3, 2008

Herb Kelleher battled for Southwest Airlines through years of turbulence: legal challenges, budget crises, fare wars, high fuel prices and terrorism. As co-founder of the airline, 77-year old Kelleher fought to win. So he stacked the deck with his work ethic and extra capital. Kelleher’s odyssey began in 1960, when he moved his family from…