Ross Kelly

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Ross Kelly is a London-based business journalist. He has been a staff correspondent or editor at The Wall Street Journal, Yahoo Finance and the Australian Associated Press.

What CEOs Can Learn from Germany’s Hidden Champions

BMW, Siemens, Bayer. When you think German business, these names may spring to mind. But have you ever heard of Rimowa, Jungbunzlauer or Strama-MPS?

Tech Bosses Beware: Silicon Valley is Getting Too Expensive

The CEOs of Google and Facebook aren't likely to be priced out of Silicon Valley any time soon, but spiraling housing costs there are starting to pose problems for many of their employees.

How Do Workers “Really” Feel About Their CEO’s Pay?

Superstar CEOs can make the kind of money that leaves some folks aghast. But the results of a new survey indicate that most workers are not as outraged as some might think. In fact, 55% of employees surveyed don't even know what their CEOs make.

How a Chocolate CEO is Breaking His Father’s Mold

Attempt to evolve or stick with a longstanding and meticulously honed formula? It's an obvious question confronting many CEOs, but one that takes on an extra personal significance for leaders succeeding close relatives.

Self-Made CEOs Help Billionaire Ranks Swell

Greater access to technology is shaking up the ranks of the world's wealthy, with self-made CEOs now far more likely to count themselves as billionaires.
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CEO Confidence Continues To Slide In September As Labor, Washington And Covid Worries Grow

Chief Executive’s latest poll finds U.S. CEOs increasingly concerned that labor shortages and Biden-era policies will stall chances to rebound from the pandemic.