Three very simple changes have taken place in business that have driven the increase in cross-border M&A. In fact, these changes underpin the increasing globalization of business generally.
CEOs of the Business Roundtable are understanding what many leaders in the mid-market learned long ago—the true perks of being a CEO go well beyond increasing profits.
Business Roundtable has “redefined” the purpose of an American corporation to embrace the needs of constituencies other than shareholders.
CEO confidence in future business conditions fell 6% in August from July, according to Chief Executive’s most recent polling. At 6.2 out of 10 on our 1-10 scale, confidence is at its lowest level since October 2016.
They call it the “deal tax”: When a public company announces a merger or acquisition, it is greeted with one, two or half a dozen lawsuits, sometimes drafted and filed within hours of the announcement.
Chief Executive spoke with Aaron Auld, Exasol CEO, about the challenges in getting companies to switch over from a legacy tech giant to their technology, how they recruit tech talent in a tight labor market and more.
Should CEOs be battening down the hatches amid populist campaigning against business leaders—and even calls for outright socialism? Here's what you can do.
Adding as much transparency to critical decision making will go a long way to instilling confidence in the team that there is logic and purpose to their role.
In today’s competitive climate, companies must disrupt themselves before others do it for them. How do you pay for the transformation investment without risking your current business and revenue streams?
Studies show that as companies become more prominent, leaders become more distant from customers. They spend more time managing the organization and investors, less time with customers. To lead a thriving, customer-focused company, the CEO has to spend time with customers.