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A Harvard Business School professor on Trump, Uber, and what five historic figures can teach us about leading through crises
Men give their companies' diversity efforts a much better grade than women do.
Just 4 percent of directors of top movies were female over the past nine years.
Only 163 of 423 companies studied had shareholder returns in line with the size of their CEOs' pay.
President Barack Obama's surgeon general wants to do something about the emotional well-being of American workers.
Fifty companies in the S&P 500 received scores of 90 percent or above on a newly published ranking, up from 41 companies in 2016 and 28 in 2015.
Even if he is ultimately fired for cause, Richard Smith would get his retirement benefit, recently valued at $18.4 million.
Microsoft's Satya Nadella wants to lead a company of 'learn it alls'
The one-two punch of a pay cut and a termination threat is not how CEOs are typically disciplined
What Tim Cook’s 10th-anniversary iPhone could tell us about Apple’s future