Donald Trump borrowed the core iconography of mythic American business figures needed to run for President, whereas outgoing Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz actually models these five qualities.
Disney CEO Bob Iger didn’t hesitate a moment in showing moral leadership this week by cancelling “Roseanne.”
The surprise news of Marvin Ellison moving from the helm of troubled mass merchant JC Penney to the nation’s number two home improvement retailer Lowe’s is a move which is more common than many may think.
AT&T and Novartis CEOs quickly apologized for working with President Trump’s business associate Michael Cohen. This was a wise move.
Sometimes competence should matter, not just character.
The leadership of Facebook and CEO Mark Zuckerberg are failing to face facts, instead preferring to live in a world of fiction.