The news surrounding Carlos Ghosn completes a stunning trifecta of turnover at the top of some of the most important global automotive companies in just the last several months.
Will the HQ2 deals from New York and Virginia make sense for the locations in the long-term, considering the big incentives Amazon will receive?
After reading the New York Times' investigation of Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook, one thing is clear: A CEO having total, imperial control over a public company is a really, really terrible idea.
In his third go-around as CEO, this time at Austin, Texas-based Compeat, Jeffrey Stone is tackling software for the restaurant industry. He talks with us about the challenges the company faces with the always-evolving restaurant industry.
"It works well enough for now," should never be an excuse for remaining with inefficient processes. Adaptable companies take more risks and spend more time innovating than those who content themselves with subpar processes — but they also tend to survive longer.
Kevin MacDonald, CEO of Kit Check, saw an opportunity to make the healthcare system more efficient with technology—now he sees an opportunity help curb the opioid epidemic.
A recent article shed light on Elon Musk’s stubbornness and unwillingness to adopt other companies’ successful car production methods, much to the detriment of Tesla.