CEOs who head up middle-market firms and have few or no concerns about the state of the global and U.S. economy are not alone. At least, that’s what the statistics say.
Up to a dozen directors face losing their board seats next week as investors and proxy advisers question their oversight.
South Korea has the toughest regime, though you could face six months in prison in Japan or a $11.6 million fine in Germany.
Recent court settlements have given Holmes more room to focus on product development, though hurdles remain.
Though details are yet to emerge, the technology industry is particularly concerned about some ideas expressed by White House officials.
The deep research backs previous work suggesting introverted leaders perform better, while providing several other surprising insights.
Steve Ballmer's new website could be a useful resource for business leaders curious about how the government spends taxpayer dollars.
Executives put in charge of spun-off companies should be prepared for some nasty surprises, and have a good CIO at hand.
CEOs have rarely had a tougher time navigating the world's second-biggest economy.
First-quarter GDP growth of 6.9% helps justify renewed CEO enthusiasm about China's prospects.