What is Australian-born executive chairman of giant cardboard-box maker Pratt Industries trying to tell everyone? “Export food, not jobs!”
Many U.S. manufacturers are leaving money on the table – some of it significant – by not optimizing the provisions of the tax-reform act of 2017.
The strong U.S. economy is encouraging American manufacturers to continue to invest in their operations and in growth, but trade winds, the labor crunch and other pressure offset some of CEOs’ optimism about their ability to keep the momentum going.
As chairman and CEO of Cambridge Engineering, John Kramer transformed the company by hiring Koch Engineering executive Marc Braun as his president and overhauling the company’s culture to reposition it for future growth.
The poignancy many Detroiters feel about Quicken Loans' Dan Gilbert’s health also reflects their personal feelings about him and his devotion to their city.
Two years into his tenure, Ford CEO Jim Hackett’s road map is becoming clearer. And now the same folks inside his company who wondered where his road map was in the first place aren’t liking what is coming into focus.
Texas remains at the top of the Best & Worst States for Business, but if you’re somewhere in the middle of the rankings, there are real prospects for changing CEO perceptions, just not always for the better.
Recent deals gone awry suggest technology is disrupting economic development along with every aspect of business. Here’s our annual look at how the 50 states stack up.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott shares the state’s secret to success and how its maintained a stranglehold on the title of Best State for Business.
Jim Lentz, CEO of Dallas-based Toyota North America, shares details about how the company is one of the major engines of the continental economy.