David MacLennan joined Cargill in 1991, and worked his way through the ranks to become the ninth CEO since the country’s largest private company first opened its doors in 1865.
While ADM is not interested in making “monster acquisitions” at this time, that isn’t stopping one of the world’s largest agricultural processors and food ingredient providers from gobbling up smaller companies, says CEO and Chairman Juan Luciano.
Publix Super Markets’ CEO Todd Jones is a prime example of how the country’s largest employee-owned grocery chain is known for nurturing the careers...
Following the acquisition of Time Warner in June 2018, AT&T is now positioned as a “modern media company,” says Randall L. Stephenson, chairman and CEO.
UnitedHealth Group in 2019 is set to “invest, innovate and grow” amid “the breadth of opportunities across healthcare,” says CEO David Wichmann.
Tim Ryan, U.S. chairman of PwC (PricewaterouseCoopers), has made diversity and inclusion his top priority in leading the American arm of the $41 billion “Big 4” accounting firm. Ryan’s goals, however, aren’t just limited to what happens at one company.
New General Electric CEO and chairman H. Lawrence Culp will use the same principles at GE that he used to turn Danaher Corp. around.
Kohl's CEO Michelle Gass remains committed to the department store’s "Greatness Agenda," which is built on 5 pillars: amazing product, incredible savings, easy experience, personalized connections and winning teams.
Costco CEO Craig Jelinek believes in low overhead by focusing on products only and not trendy-looking facilities.
Prising joined ManpowerGroup in 1999 and has also served as managing director of Manpower Italy; director of Manpower Global Accounts -- Europe, Middle East and Africa; president of North America; and president of the Americas.