Lipman, a media advisor, is Newsweek's C-Suite columnist and co-author of "Strings Attached," due out from Hyperion in 2013. She founded and was Editor in Chief of Condé Nast Portfolio, the National Magazine Award-winning business magazine and Web site. Previously, Lipman was a Deputy Managing Editor of The Wall Street Journal, where she created and was Editor in Chief of Weekend Journal and created Personal Journal. She is a frequent television commentator on business issues.

High Note

No More Coddling!

To Mr. K, there was no such thing as an untalented kid—just a kid who didn’t work hard enough.

High Note

No More Coddling!

To Mr. K, there was no such thing as an untalented kid—just a kid who didn’t work hard enough.

Great Transformation

A Tale of Two Davoses

The ‘top of the top one percent’ stereotype doesn’t really apply to this year’s conference, as the worlds of business titans and do-gooders rarely intersect. Joanne Lipman on the Davos divide.

Are Ethics for Suckers?

When even Warren Buffett looks bad, the financial world is begging for a backlash. In this week's Newsweek, Joanne Lipman looks at the increasing moral bankruptcy of Wall Street.

It's Not too Late to End the Hate

Civility isn’t likely to return to the public discourse in the wake of the Arizona massacre. But Joanne Lipman says, despite a culture resistant to change, it’s worth a shot.