Having friends in high places can keep a leader's reputation intact when things get rough—so long as they stick around.
“They Shouldn’t Shove their Views Down our Throats”: Australian Lawmaker Rails Against Politicking CEOs
Australian Immigration Minister Peter Dutton doesn't want the likes of Apple or Qantas talking about "fringe issues" like gay marriage.
The billionaire's call comes as studies suggest remote working practices are becoming increasingly common.
Fred Smith estimates free trade saves American families $12,000 a year and is confident that Trump and Xi can find some common ground at their planned U.S. meeting.
Members of the Business Roundtable, America's biggest CEO peer group, had initially reacted with caution to Donald Trump's election. But something appears to have changed in the last few months.
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.
The heads of BMW and Siemens are expected to highlight the number of Americans they employ, while arguing for more open trade relations.
Another longstanding reign at the engineering giant is entering its closing stages, putting the spotlight on a group of possible internal CEO candidates.
When it comes to slashing regulations, some business leaders should be careful what they wish for.