Glassdoor's annual ranking is out, and Google tops the list while Twitter falls out of the top 50.
The magazine selected the Ebola caregivers as the most influential newsmakers of 2014.
The company announced Tuesday that Mike Jeffries' departure is effective immediately.
After an airline executive's macadamia nuts weren't properly served, she ordered a crew member off the plane.
The pontiff speaks out about the recent controversial gathering of bishops.
Shirley Ann Jackson, of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, tops the list.
His history as a low-profile technocrat could be a big asset.
It was the right speech for the moment, but the next one needs to outline accountable action.
Two-thirds of women work during their pregnancy, up from less than half in the 1960s, yet benefits haven't caught up.
Perhaps the chief unanswered question is, what kind of leadership will help the region heal?