Finance

Beware “CEO Award Envy”: Study Warns Boards of Apparent M&A Dangers

In the competitive world of business, one-upmanship can have its drawbacks.

Tax Rates for 24,000 Multinationals in Limbo as Swiss Public Rejects Reforms

American companies with international operations in Switzerland, including Caterpillar and Procter & Gamble, may be left questioning investment decisions after a national referendum result fanned tax rate uncertainty.

Dodd-Frank Doesn’t Need to Be Repealed for Banks and Companies to Find Relief

With all that President Trump has on his plate, is it logical to expect a speedy repeal of Dodd-Frank?

How Mid-Market CEOs can Take the Mystery Out of IT Budgeting and Planning

Here are four tips to help mid-market CEOs navigate the IT landscape, and engage with IT leaders to support their strategic policies.

Here’s how Millennials are Influencing M&A Target Choices

The predilections of America's youth are swaying companies' selection of corporate acquisition targets.

Still Wondering what Blockchain is? Time to get Acquainted

JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon says blockchain is a real thing, while ex-Barclays CEO Antony Jenkins just got heavily involved.

Selling Health Insurance Across State Lines Could Result in Lower Costs

While President-elect Trump mulls the idea of allowing health insurance companies to sell across state lines, many in the industry said it could be hard to implement. But it's a welcome discussion for CEOs and organizations that are continually seeking ways to combat rising health care costs.

Why Bank and Utility CEOs Could Soon Have a lot More in Common

Utilities CEOs are valued for efficiently developing and maintaining portfolios of staid assets that typically provide investors with safe, yet unexciting regulated returns. Bank CEOs could soon be left touting the same skill set, a major consultancy group has suggested—and it's all due to the forces of digital disruption.

Self-Funded Healthcare Plans are Gaining Popularity Among Mid-Market Companies

With increased regulation and skyrocketing healthcare costs, small and midsized employers are struggling to find quality, affordable healthcare options for their workforces.

World’s Most Business-Friendly Tax Regimes Revealed: U.S. Doesn’t Make Top 30

The United States has appeared well down a list of the world's most business-friendly tax regimes, adding weight to calls from Donald Trump to cut corporate tax rates and slash red tape.
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THOUGHT LEADERS

How to Respond When Bosses Misbehave

With all the bad CEO behavior out there lately, is it time to press reset?

Stops and Starts Along the Road to Globalization

Globalization hasn't stopped, it's simply on pause. What we’re seeing is not a reversal but a correction—a necessary rebalancing and search for equilibrium.

How the Org Chart has Given Way to the Network and Why it Matters

As they try to keep up with disruptive forces, companies shift their focus from human capital to social capital.

How Mark Vergnano Turned Around DuPont’s Failing Spin-Off

Stepping into a negative situation is never easy, but Mark Vergnano's step-by-step plan to turn around the company is proving successful.

CEO CONFIDENCE INDEX

July 2017: Are CEOs in a ‘Wait-and-See’ Holding Pattern?

Since March, when CEO confidence was at its highest in the last 12 months (7.41 on a...

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