Long-time friends Keith Skeoch and Martin Gilbert will have to overcome concerns that appointing two leaders will cause conflict and division.
The leaders of some of America's biggest companies took home an extra 6.4% last year, as incentive payments bulged.
Although 75% of consumers would stick to talking business, around half—somewhat confusingly—still think that actual CEOs should make their political positions clear.
The sudden departure of Jeff Jones may show the extent to which poor cultural practices can muddle with a company's leadership succession plans.
Tim Cook stopped short of criticizing authorities for demanding access to customer data, demonstrating the sensitivity CEOs are showing in the still-promising growth market.
The heads of BMW and Siemens promised to invest millions more dollars in training capabilities, as German Chancellor Angela Merkel put her free-trade case to the president.
Kasper Rorsted said the company will switch its marketing efforts to digital as young people fix their gazes on mobile devices.
Adriana Cisneros confronts disruption with an approach conceived by her grandfather and prefers a trouble-shooting method used by IBM in the 1970s.
More than two-thirds of leaders haven't engaged with their online audience in the past 12 months, highlighting the myriad risks and opportunities posed by social media
Apple and Google are among companies notably absent from court documents supporting moves to block the revised executive order.