Thirty years ago, they made just 59 times more, according to a new report

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Five times Trump slammed others for shifting the blame

More Americans than ever are working past 65 — and more companies are okay with it

The latest sports apparel brand to step into the minefield of politics and consumer purchases chose to do so

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.

People relate to the challenges of taking sick days, know mental health still has a stigma in the workplace, and generally wish their bosses had such a human approach, too.

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Trump may be many things, but humble is not one of them.

The worst CEOs are getting replaced at the highest rate since 2002.

After Trump's election, a speedy repeal was seen as a "no-brainer," say executive pay experts. Now, companies are working to calculate the potentially embarrassing numbers for 2018.

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Reid Hoffman has called for a #DecencyPledge — but also says something akin to a strong HR department for the industry could reinforce a “zero tolerance” policy on harassment

'I like to share with our junior officers that it’s okay to make honest mistakes.'

Even among the tiny group of companies whose pay doesn't meet shareholders' muster, Mylan has a particularly poor track record.

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Silicon Valley's favorite parlor game right now includes a lot of female names

Management experts say that the transition could be challenging for Kalanick, who has a reputation as an aggressive, win-at-all-costs chief executive. "This is not a guy who's going to go softly into the night," said one expert.

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Whole Foods sometimes focused on employees 'at the expense of our customers,' CEO says

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"Nothing runs without one person at the top,” said one management professor. “Nature abhors a power vacuum."

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The management case against fawning praise from your team

GE’s next CEO touts his finance background amid a sagging stock price

The company's announcement comes amid recent pressure from the activist investor Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management.

For companies, says one consultant, offering the perk is "as low cost as you can get."

Harvard Business School professor Frances Frei is taking on an unusual role at the embattled ride-sharing firm

There are 32 women on the list this year, up from 21 last year

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