A move to put the famed investors' face on Chinese Coke cans begs the question of whether it's a good idea for CEOs to feature in marketing campaigns.
Gap CEO Jeff Kirwan promised to enhance the retailer's clothing range after receiving some not-so-conventional advice.
Jeff Immelt said climate change science is "well accepted" and called on business leaders to keep dealing with the issue themselves, whatever happens in Washington.
Johnson & Johnson's intensive program, tested on seven of its own executives, involves doctors, psychologists, dietitians and executive coaches.
Maybe it's time to give your chief bean counter a coffee and a hearty pat on the back.
The computer giant's executive chairman shares how dealing with the disability helped him become a successful leader.
Long-time friends Keith Skeoch and Martin Gilbert will have to overcome concerns that appointing two leaders will cause conflict and division.
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.
Adriana Cisneros confronts disruption with an approach conceived by her grandfather and prefers a trouble-shooting method used by IBM in the 1970s.