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The company's 'market cap is higher than we have any right to deserve,' the electric-car company founder said again
Can a one-time office furniture executive drive Ford into the future?
The CEO-as-president analogy is not wearing well.
Lawyers that represent companies call the death of a key person in a sexual harassment case ‘a defendant’s worst nightmare’
GE’s former CEO gives Trump an A on policy — but a ‘D-minus’ for management. “And I’m being an easy grader here,” he said.
According to a new report, the percentage of CEOs getting ousted for bad behavior is up over the past five years.
Abusive behavior at work hurts the victim. But new research reminds us it makes managers feel less fulfilled, too.
Don’t catch people by surprise when they’re getting the ax, experts say, and do deliver bad news in person.
There are 13 men and no women on a Senate working group on health care. Researchers explain why that’s a problem.
Trump seems less focused on the potential downsides that come that the aura and symbolism a powerful office and a big desk can have