First-quarter GDP growth of 6.9% helps justify renewed CEO enthusiasm about China's prospects.
CEO Tidjane Thiam joins AIG's Peter Hancock and BP's Bob Dudley in having his bonus cut.
Marissa Mayer isn't afraid to accept criticism, unless, perhaps, it comes from the media.
Huawei's Eric Xu probably won't be appearing in the telecom company's ads any time soon.
Leaders earned a solid pay raise last year, though company size and total shareholder returns didn't always determine who got the biggest increase.
Companies suffered an average 1.8% hit to their market value as a result of a cyberattack, putting pressure on CEOs to sink more capital in defenses.
Other airline-industry leaders have come to Munoz's aid, though he's been offered a few words of advice.
Companies are still nervously awaiting the president's plans for decades-old agreement, which could involve raising tariffs on imports.
Oscar Munoz's response hasn't been entirely well-received.
Canadian executives hope to benefit from Trump's tax cuts and support of the fossil fuels sector, though few actually approve of his performance.