Total and BP's lingering concerns, apart from being sobering for oil producers, have positive implications for businesses trying to keep their energy costs down, particularly in the aviation and logistics sectors.
Border tax supporters, including Boeing's Dennis Muilenberg and GE's Jeffrey Immelt, claimed they're at a competitive disadvantage.
Attention job seekers: Greece's biggest bank has been headless since January, 2016. Features include a capped salary, along with constant government interference and the risk of personal legal problems.
A former engineer at the ride-sharing giant claims she was threatened with the sack for complaining about several alarming incidents, even though some were acknowledged to have occurred by management.
New research suggests that even with the best intentions, front-runners often pull up short. Here's how to keep them firing on all cylinders until the job's done.
The majority of midsized-to-large companies are putting aside more than $10 million for software and talent.
A sale of the automaker's European operation departs from a long-held company focus on size, potentially arming it with more power to invest.
American Airlines CEO Doug Parker has just angered labor unions by putting previously-arranged work commitments ahead of meeting with the president. And he isn't the only one.
Retail CEOs will urge lawmakers to kill an import tariff proposal, as tensions build ahead of the unveiling of Trump's "phenomenal" tax plan.
Ginni Rometty has told staff she'll continue to court the president, no matter how controversial his policies.