We all knew this was coming. In response to The Business Roundtable's recent "Statement on the Purpose of a Corporation," presidential hopeful Sen. Elizabeth...
In the run-up to the next election, CEOs—regardless of party—must push Washington to adapt pragmatic solutions to help the nation. Here are six places to start.
Don’t look now, but the General Motors strike is threatening to become a significant drag on a U.S. manufacturing economy that really doesn’t need any more baggage right now.
U.S. manufacturing may seem to be on the ropes these days with all the reports of a decline in activity, but as National Manufacturing Day neared on Friday, Americans’ perceptions about the national industrial backbone remained strong.
Chief Executive spoke to Citizens Bank CEO and chairman Bruce Van Saun about the company’s continued evolution, its investments into technology and whether a recession is imminent.
WeWork needs leadership not tied to Neumann and soiled by being a part of his team’s ill-fated maneuvers. Coincidentally, T-Mobile’s inspiring CEO John Legere may soon be all dressed and ready for the spot as the T-Mobile-Sprint merger closes.
Because corporate or executive wrongdoing may result in criminal prosecution, large civil fines, substantial damages, and negative publicity, a carefully-planned and well-executed investigation is critical.
CEOs say they are still concerned with the volatility and uncertainty of global and domestic politics but find confidence in stable macroeconomic fundamentals and remain hopeful for progress on China-U.S. trade talks.
The ascension of Walmart CEO Doug McMillon to the chairmanship of the Business Roundtable comes at an especially interesting time both for the corporate lobbying group and for the world’s largest retailer.
Joe Biden topped Donald Trump in a straw poll of voting preferences among 72 prominent CEOs taken yesterday in Washington, with Sen. Elizabeth Warren a distant third.