Nissan’s continuing crisis of leadership comes at an absolutely terrible time for the automaker for a number of reasons.
Progressive’s marketing-led surge, recently highlighted by ads featuring Browns QB Baker Mayfield, presumably has been key to its double-digit growth in sales and prospects over the last six years as well as a 30-percent rise in its share value so far in 2019.
Mary Barra’s White House meeting with President Trump on Thursday may or may not have settled any of the issues between the two leaders, but it did underscore Barra’s growing status as the dean of American automotive executives.
As the NFL kicks off its 100th season with the Packers vs. Bears, Packers CEO Mark Murphy's biggest concern might well be ensuring the future of Titletown, the economic-diversification project straddling iconic Lambeau Field in suburban Ashwaubenon, Wisconsin.
Even as chairman and CEO of a company called Rockwell Automation, Blake Moret doesn’t want to hear about how robots are going to phase people out of manufacturing.
Cambridge Engineering employees have logged and shown more than 8,000 improvement videos since company leadership launched the program four years ago.
Travis Hollman has transformed Hollman Inc. into a custom-manufacturing, innovation-powered disruptor that has been redefining the locker business as it taps into trends in everything from corporate campuses to sports and entertainment culture.
Rob Lynch’s move from Arby’s to become CEO of Papa John’s underscored the musical-chairs nature of life at the top of America’s food chain these days.
For the second consecutive year, Chief Executive has selected a handful of people who are really successful, whose companies represent robust trends in the U.S. manufacturing economy, or who are reshaping their industries or manufacturing as a whole.
Business Roundtable has “redefined” the purpose of an American corporation to embrace the needs of constituencies other than shareholders.