Perhaps bored by disrupting traditional industries on Earth, CEOs are increasingly turning their attention to somewhat higher ambitions. And they could get government backing.
A strong tendency to see things through to the end and an almost uncanny ability to self-motivate were observed in nine former Olympic athletes hired as part of an experiment.
JetBlue's Robin Hayes said Middle Eastern carriers help promote healthy competition, as American Airlines' Doug Parker warned he may have to kill flights between Dallas and Paris.
Why defending against cybercrime need not involve flashy technology
Apple and Microsoft are among companies supporting a teenager's push to use the bathroom corresponding to their gender identity.
LafargeHolcim's Eric Olsen is the latest CEO to temper his enthusiasm over the president's spending plans with a recognition that many governments bear heavy debt burdens.
Disney CEO Bob Iger's name has been thrown into the mix of possible Democrat candidates, as Americans becoming increasingly open to putting a businessperson in charge.
Almost two-thirds of companies are now offering more immersive and on-the-job teaching, though they must also work out how to discover the hidden gems to train.
Bridgewater Associates founder Ray Dalio will relinquish day-to-day management duties at the world's biggest hedge fund, though his 10-year succession plan isn't playing out as smoothly as hoped.
Travis Kalanick says he will seek counseling on his leadership style as the next in a string of scandals tests the patience of investors.