From analyst to boss: Morningstar chief talks AI, sustainability and what elections could mean for equities

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By Elliot Gulliver-Needham Morningstar CEO Kunal Kapoor has worked his entire life at the firm, joining as a data analyst in 1997 when the firm had less than $50m in annual revenue. Now, he sits at the head of a company which has revenue in the billions. “I’ve been at Morningstar for more than 25 years, but there’s probably been more than 25 Morningstars in that time because so much has changed,” Kapoor said. speaking to City A.M. He added: “Morningstar allowed me to take my research skills and apply them in running a business, and as our business grew, I’ve had to grow.” Morningstar is primar…

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