A set of rules will not make certain that bad behavior doesn’t occur. Rules aren’t that powerful. What is? Leadership.
Throughout U.S. history, business leaders were as renowned for shaping public opinion as they were for private sector leadership. Yet, the concept of CEO as corporate statesman has been a matter of debate.
It's important to understand the diverse aspects of the cultures you do business in in order to succeed in those countries and regions.
It used to be that a founding CEO could be excused all manner of misbehavior by his or her board, as long as it...
Helpshift CEO Linda Crawford weighs in on why she felt compelled to come out of retirement to lead her company and the lack of women in decision-making positions in business.
Timothy J. Sloan didn’t come to the Senate expecting his testimony this week to be like a birthday party. But the CEO of Wells-Fargo might not have bargained for how roughly some members of the chamber greeted him when he testified.
Great leaders may take the credit for triumphs, but do they also take the blame for missteps?
Panera Bread Founder/CEO Ron Shaich has called out chiefs of fast-food chains for putting bad nutrition in their kids' meals. But he should hope the same fate won’t befall Panera as what happened after Chipotle CEO Steve Ells picked on quick-serve restaurants.
Since Richard Smith's apology, Equifax stock has plummeted 30%, two executives have been forced out, and Congress, regulators and lawyers are swarming.
"I’m sorry" is a great phrase when it's heartfelt, honest, humble and simple. Do those descriptors apply to Rick Smith, CEO of Equifax?