Chief Executive’s most recent reading of CEO confidence in future business conditions slipped from 7 out of 10 in October to 6.9 in November. It was a new low for 2018 as business leaders begin to prepare for a possible downturn ahead.
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?
A recent case involving Johnson & Johnson shows how lawyers will run ads to sway juries against companies in lawsuits. Here’s what you have to know.
CEOs are concerned because of the partisan split that will take over Congress in January after Democrats won the House of Representatives and Republicans added to their margin in the U.S. Senate on Election Day. Total legislative gridlock isn’t acceptable they say.
They’re competent, disciplined and skilled. So why aren’t we making better use of the country’s robust pipeline of military talent—and what we can we do to fix the problem? Some ideas to get started.
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.
The midterm results are in: the CEO community will be serving a divided nation represented by a divided Congress. Jeff Sonnenfeld, senior associate dean of leadership studies at the Yale School of Management, sees both opportunities and challenges for CEOs in this new environment.
For CEOs, there are downsides, as well as some narrow upsides, to jumping into political hot water.
The requirement that chief executives consider both moral and strategic imperatives will be a constant feature of the C-Suite over the next decade.
The CEO Confidence Index has taken a tumble, thanks a trade war that CEOs say is beginning to materialize and a fear a change in the weather.