Preliminary data from a Chief Executive survey of nearly 1,500 private companies across the U.S. reveals plunging CEO pay in 2020—and a double-digit increase in companies projecting negative EBITDA.
The legislation provides businesses with much needed capital—but with strings attached. Here's what every CEO needs to know.
At some stage, every CEO must ask himself or herself: Is my long-term goal to sell the business at some point—or will I stay until they wheel me out in a box?
Even in retirement, CEOs that turn to angel investment to support start-ups can be instrumental in providing more jobs, wealth for economies and social justice.
Guide to Giving Part 1 - How a former investment services exec created a supporting foundation
While there is almost no limit to the number of financial questions, concerns and issues that go along with being a well-compensated executive, these 4 get asked the most—and with good reason.
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.
All too often, CEOs are far too busy managing their businesses to manage their money. Here’s a look at some of the common pitfalls and how to address them.
There are many things to consider when negotiating an employment agreement -- and salary is just one of them. If you don't consult an attorney, you may put yourself in a vulnerable position and leave money on the table. Here's how to protect yourself.
Business owners may find many benefits from establishing captive insurance companies (you have to have insurance anyway, right?) with their estate planning. Randy Fox explains the ins and outs of establishing such a company and the future benefits that it can bring you -- for example, transferring wealth without making taxable gifts.
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