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.
Edward D. Breen is being honored for leading DowDuPont’s “game-changing” transformation.
Dell was Chief Executive's CEO of the Year in 2001, and is an honorary member of the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum and is an executive committee member of the International Business Council.
Staples has been reinventing its business over the two-plus years, and new CEO Sandy Douglas is poised to take the office supply giant into the future.
Jeffrey Gennette is shaking things up at Macy’s Inc., the venerable department store chain with roots dating back as far as 1858.
The CEO of the country’s largest bank, the $2.5 trillion-asset JPMorgan Chase & Co., is also the longest-serving chief executive on Wall Street.