Tom Farley, President of The New York Stock Exchange, joins Cheddar to talk about how the NYSE's parent company, the Intercontinental Exchange, is helping victims of Hurricane Harvey. The exchange will donate $1 million to the Red Cross. Plus, Farley talks about how the storm has impacted the markets. And he explains why he believes trading has been "pretty lousy" this year, despite having many high-profile IPOs list at the NYSE.
In addition, Farley sees two traits that all CEOs and leaders have in common: the ability to pivot to positives surrounding problems, and the desire to pursue passions outside of work. He explains some of the best lessons he'd learned from the most innovative CEOs.