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In total, Dow 30 CEOs held $2.2 billion in company stock as of Nov. 7. That grew to $2.5 billion on Jan. 20 and nearly $2.6 billion by Feb. 10.
An ethos of restraint and ‘buck stops here’ responsibility-taking that people have traditionally associated with the office has given way to a score-settling environment where the president takes aim in 140-character blasts.
As the calculus on whether it pays to stay silent or speak up rapidly shifts, American companies have emerged as a force for social change
The ad was published the same day one analyst downgraded Under Armour’s stock over concerns about from Plank’s comments
Three to four days a week working from home is optimal when it comes to boosting employee enthusiasm, a new report finds.
Paid time off for caregiving is something everyone can use.
Workers report spending an average of two hours per day reading political social media posts.
‘There is no middle right now,’ says one executive focused on women’s media
The onslaught of headlines, tweets and executive orders that have characterized President Trump’s chaotic first two weeks have kept politics center stage in many workplaces.
Unused to taking public stances against a new president, executives are in uncharted waters.