Peter Haapaniemi

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Peter is a longtime business writer and editor whose work has appeared in a variety of publications and outlets. A former editor at a B2B custom-publishing company, he has written on topics including technology, leadership, energy, finance, management, intellectual property and legal issues in business, among others.

US Steel CEO Mario Longhi’s Sudden Departure

In early May, US Steel CEO Mario Longhi stepped down from the CEO job, with plans to fully retire from the company by the end of June.

Arconic: A Sudden Opening at the Top

Kleinfeld's behavior, rather than investor pressure, was more the reason for his leaving.

Where are the Women CEOs?

There are many fewer women CEOs than male CEOs in the top 1,000 companies (public and private), but there are interesting trends about where women CEOs gravitate and do best.

AIG’s Hancock Throws in the Towel

After two tumultuous years, AIG CEO Peter Hancock is throwing in the towel.

Disney: Staying the Course, for Now

The CEO1000 Tracker shows that 50 CEOs left their jobs in the first quarter of 2017. But one top executive decided to stay put: Disney’s Robert Iger.

Starbucks: Schultz Passes the Torch

Although Howard Schultz is turning the CEO reigns over to Kevin Johnson, he will remain involved in many aspects of the company.

Keeping Tabs on Top CEOs Through CEO1000 Tracker

The CEO1000 Tracker is designed to keep CEOs and other executives informed about their peers and the top 1000 companies they lead.

Minimum Wage: Reality Check

There's no denying it—increasing the minimum wage could have a significant negative impact for companies with employees in that pay bracket.
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