After FIFA arrests, corporate sponsors face big dilemma

The World Cup’s massive reach makes it exceedingly hard for brands to walk away, even as their own corporate reputations take a hit.

    News

    CEO says he will pay college tuition for all of his employees’ children

    CEO says he will pay college tuition for all of his employees’ children

    Boxed CEO Chieh Huang said he would set aside a double-digit percentage of his personal stake in the company to pay for it.

    Shareholders are less and less happy about JPMorgan’s executive pay

    Shareholders are less and less happy about JPMorgan’s executive pay

    Only 61 percent voted in support of the company’s pay plan, a figure far below average.

    Tim Cook tells graduates to find work with meaning

    Tim Cook tells graduates to find work with meaning

    There are few CEOs leading giant companies today who could say that and still come off as authentic.

    Analysis, Arguments & Advice

    Lessons from a longtime Washington leader

    Lessons from a longtime Washington leader

    OMB Controller David Mader shares his thoughts on motivating employees, time management and his love of motorcycles.

    But really, what kind of leader doesn’t have a six-story gold and marble statue?

    But really, what kind of leader doesn’t have a six-story gold and marble statue?

    Any isolated leader worth his state-run media outlet has got to have one.

    Dealing with conflict in the workplace

    Dealing with conflict in the workplace

    Drama at work? Ask yourself two basic questions before trying to smooth things over.

    Research

    Many finance workers still don’t think they can report wrongdoing

    Many finance workers still don’t think they can report wrongdoing

    In a new survey, about a quarter of high-earners in finance said they were in some way prohibited from whistleblowing.

    The potential payoff for kids of working mothers

    The potential payoff for kids of working mothers

    A Harvard researcher explains the benefits, particularly when it comes to children’s future careers.

    What new grads want in a job vs. what they actually get

    What new grads want in a job vs. what they actually get

    A new survey shows how often the expectations of today’s grads don’t match up with reality.

    Leadership conversations

    The tao of Paul Polman

    “There’s no reason you are special because you happen to have this job.”

    More from the series

    Profiles

    Virgin’s stunt man

    Richard Branson’s famous antics to promote the brand don’t quite come naturally — but they get the job done.

    Resigned.

    The fast fall of a Washington career.