ASU/Thunderbird's recent survey on brand reputation revealed the corporate scandal version of Newton’s Law: “companies that get in trouble, tend to stay in trouble.”
The Thunderbird top 20 include Apple, LG, SAP, Swatch, Spotify, Toyota, Zara, Ferrari, Lego, Huawei, and L’Oréal.
With Elon Musk's recent unpredictable behavior, Tesla's board has only one choice—get the chief executive under control. Regardless, Musk isn’t going anywhere, or at least not right away.
Immigration just shifted from the front pages to the business section, according to the leading CEOs in the nation, like Apple’s Tim Cook and Bank of America’s Brian Moynihan.
In America, we clean our teeth every six months and report our public company financials every three. Now, to root out short-term thinking in the C-Suite, President Trump has tweeted that what’s right for dentists is good for American business.
There are no more organizations left to fire Papa John Schnatter, no more boards to resign. So how did such a storied entrepreneur take such a wrong turn?