This is the latest sign that companies outside the benefits-flush technology and finance sectors see paid family leave as a valuable perk -- before any changes in Washington force the issue

To make his point, he employs 'a little bit of a Tim Geithner-ism'

A book on the 'myth' of the strong political leader is among the Microsoft founder's 2016 picks. OnLeadership interviewed its author.

The explosive response from both sides of the aisle following Trump's election, say advisers, has many companies asking 'now what?'

How we reached a Donald Trump presidency

The final episode of the Presidential podcast is all about division and union.

Barack Obama and the search for identity

Political adviser David Axelrod and biographer David Maraniss discuss how Obama's personal life story has influenced his presidency.

When George W. Bush changed course

The newest episode of the Presidential podcast examines how Bush's presidency marked the beginning of a new chapter in American history.

Trump has said he's considering him for Secretary of Defense. Perhaps his penchant for reading will have an impact.

On CNBC Tuesday, Mnuchin said his support for Trump was "never a gamble," though said in an August profile that a top Washington job had appeal.

The letter is illustrative of a delicate and unusual situation CEOs could find themselves in following this year's election outcome

The goal: Provide honest, valuable and objective information to the transition team -- and set the groundwork for productive relationships.

Behavioral economist Dan Ariely thinks bonuses designed to motivate workers -- and CEOs -- are often "a waste of money."

'You will find that being a leader is much much harder than telling people how much better a job you would do if you were the leader.'

A rule that would have revealed the huge gap between worker and CEO pay could be at risk under a Trump administration

Some CEOs are starting to publicly offer more policy-oriented remarks or even advice for Trump as the focus shifts from the stunning results of the election to how he will govern.

The PepsiCo CEO congratulated Trump and encouraged unity, but her comments that employees were "all in mourning" drew fire from the president-elect's supporters on social media

The presidency, of course, and the vice presidency. Four Cabinet-level positions. A U.S. Senate seat in 21 states. And the governor's mansion in 23 states.

Trump's win is the ultimate realization of a broad, sweeping shift in American culture that increasingly seems to disregard qualifications and knowledge.

With a message aimed at young women and girls, her gracious and dignified speech was particularly powerful the next day.

The final episode of the Presidential podcast is all about division and union.

If elected, she would become the first president to have been Secretary of State since before the Civil War.

In some elections, getting a majority vote doesn't matter

Megan Smith, a former vice president at Google, talks about her switch from Silicon Valley to Washington.

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