The Church of England has voted to allow women to serve as bishops
Germany's coach told Mario Goetze to show the world "you can decide the World Cup." And he did.
A new study finds that top managers disapprove of social media use at work -- but spend more time than workers using it themselves.
In a memo to employees that lays out his vision for the company, Satya Nadella again takes a page from his favorite books.
On Thursday, Barclays begins offering an investment that tracks an index of 85 U.S. companies led by women.
In a recent talk, Larry Page sounded off about the future of the workplace and managing complexity.
The PepsiCo CEO spoke candidly about the challenge of managing her professional and personal life.
JPMorgan is the latest company left searching for the right balance between disclosure and privacy about its CEO's illness.
America may have lost its World Cup chances on Tuesday, but it won a new sports hero.
The popular dating app Tinder was hit with a sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuit.