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With Stiff Upper Lips, CEOs are Sizing up M&A in Brexit’s Shadow

Business leaders aren't letting Britain's vote to leave the European Union put a damper on their growth plans, even as mounting fears of a "hard Brexit" rattle banking CEOs and send the pound plummeting to new lows.

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Yahoo Scandals Raise Tough Questions for CEOs about Client Privacy

Former Yahoo CEO Ross Levinsohn has just dropped a bombshell by suggesting Verizon should consider asking for a discount on its $4.8 billion purchase of the Internet giant—an agreed deal that has yet to be finalized.

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The 30 Elements that can Help CEOs Attain Product Nirvana

"The story of the human race is the story of men and women selling themselves short." So goes the quote from Abraham Maslow, the late, great American psychologist credited with creating "Maslow's hierarchy of needs".

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Tech Companies Rule in Global Brand Rankings

CEOs benchmarking the success of their brand should look no further than the tech sector, which has dominated an assessment of the world's 100 most valuable logos.

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JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon Defends John Stumpf

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon has come to the defense of Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf and criticized lawmakers including presidential contender Hillary Clinton for harsh statements they've made about bankers.

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The CEO Gender Gap is Closing, but Only Slowly

A greater proportion of women than ever now lead major public companies in the U.S., though females still comprise a relatively small fraction of the C-suite.

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