Politics/Policy

Why Jeff Bezos Is Holding Back Response To Trump’s Attacks

In recent weeks, President Donald Trump has publicly criticized Amazon more than five times over tax issues and his ownership of the Washington Post. The curious thing is why Bezos is so restrained.

Brenda Lee Zuckerberg Is Sorry

Brenda Lee at 73 has sung her plaintiff ballad “I’m Sorry” since she was 16 years old as part of her act. Mark Zuckerberg has a similar act, but don’t confuse it with contrition.

What A Trade War With China Could Mean For U.S. Manufacturers

Beijing has responded to President Trump's tariffs on roughly $50 billion worth of Chinese goods by increasing tariffs on 128 U.S. products.

R&D Tax Credits Could Kick-Start Your Innovation Programs

For every financial services organization today — from banks to insurance companies— innovation is not just a buzzword. It is critical to future growth.

Is Bigger Just Better When It Comes To Business?

Are small businesses really the lifeblood of the American economy? Or are bigger companies pulling most of the weight while being demonized for their size?

Sonnenfeld: Larry Kudlow A ‘Perfect Fit’ For NEC Chairman

Larry Kudlow has announced that he will accept President Trump’s job offer as director of the National Economic Council, replacing Gary Cohn.

What Will Tillerson’s Next Move Be?

With President Trump ousting former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson as U.S. Secretary of State, the question now is whether a return to the business world is in his future.

Could Trump’s Tariffs Spark A Trade War?

President Donald Trump is scheduled to meet with representatives from the steel and aluminum industries today and is expected to move forward with new tariffs on imported metals.

Manufacturers On Trump Tariffs: Don’t Do It, Mr. President

With President Trump announcing he will implement new tariffs on steel an aluminum next week, U.S. manufacturing business leaders are speaking out against the move.

Sonnenfeld: Dick’s CEO Ed Stack’s Action On Gun Sales Is ‘Courageous’

Yale's Jeffrey Sonnenfeld says Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stock's announcement that the company will stop selling assualt-style rifles was an inspiring move.
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How A Former Accenture CEO Turned A Failing Leadership Into Growth

This former CEO's first year was a disaster until he shifted everyone's focus to create a customer-centric organization. What happened after that went directly to the bottom line.

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While Tesla was moving ahead of the competition without spending a dime, P&G's marketing machine was watching closely.

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Darius Adamczyk, Honeywell International’s CEO since April, has a tough act to follow, but his priorities are optimistic and leave him lots of room for stamping his own legacy.

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Modern manufacturing no longer thinks in terms of white or blue collar—the workers it needs now are “new-collar”.