Heads of large companies are most likely internal appointments who toiled for decades at the same employer to reach the top, survey finds.
After two tumultuous years, AIG CEO Peter Hancock is throwing in the towel.
Giovanni Ferrero continues to recast the management mold created by his father amid an emerging tendency for leaders to step away from day-to-day management duties and focus on strategy.
Executives hired during bust years stayed longer and performed better, according to a new assessment of the mining sector.
Around 40% of Britain's biggest companies now have a foreign national at the helm, compared to under 10% in the U.S.
A cleaner slate and tailwinds from rising interest rates could be enough to convince another talented executive to tangle with the company's formidable activist investors.
Another longstanding reign at the engineering giant is entering its closing stages, putting the spotlight on a group of possible internal CEO candidates.
For many successful managers, life doesn't start till 58.
Large companies that combine the CEO and chairman roles now count in the minority, marking a new milestone in American corporate governance history that's been more than a decade in the making.
Which model has worked for your company best when filling the CEO position, outsider, or insider?