What Your CEO Is Reading: Flying Cars and Catered Lunches; Re-Engineering HR; Chatbots

Jun 10, 2016 1:37 pm ET Every week, CIO Journal offers a glimpse into the mind of the CEO, whose view of technology is shaped by stories in management journals, general interest magazines and, of course, in-flight publications. The revolution will be catered. Technology titans, perhaps to atone for mobile advertising and spambots, are spending billions to get back on track the Jetson-ian future Americans believe is their birthright. Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos are backing rocket businesses and Mars exploration efforts. “We will settle Mars. And we should, because it’s cool,”  Mr. Bezos said last week. And now Bloomberg reports, Alphabet‘s Larry Page is funding not one, but two flying car companies, Zee.Aero and Kitty Hawk. “For Page, this project is deeply personal. He’s been known to spend evenings with Musk, both men thinking aloud about ways…


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