Charlie Rose had chairman and publisher of The New York Times, Arthur Sulzberger, Jr., on last night. It was a great interview. I was very impressed with Mr. Sulzberger, who is the fifth in his family to run the company and paper and came off as an extremely intelligent and genuine person. Among the many interesting things he talked about was his short stint at Harvard Business School. Rose asked him what he was most proud of (in his career), and he said that he led a company that he would want to work for. When he was at Harvard, "I would not have worked for the company they were teaching me to lead." The reason, he said, was that they seemed (at the time—he added a disclaimer that they've perhaps changed since) they equated value with wealth. He was interested in creating value, which was bigger than wealth.