Confidence levels, however, are still more positive than negative as the economy continues to chug along.
Shareholder activists have more and more heads on their wall—behold those of General Electric’s Jeffrey Immelt and Uber’s Travis Kalanick, of the most recent vintage—and more CEOs and boards are focusing energy on how not to be their next victims.
Companies boosted profits in the first quarter, but their outlook statements had a bearish tone and BlackRock CEO Larry Fink is warning of a tougher Q2.
Goldman Sachs says there's a 31% chance of a recession by early 2019. A new AI forecaster agrees.
Keeping companies sitting on the sidelines could end up being very costly, new research reveals.
The once-dominant department store chain's travails are emerging as a litmus test for the challenges facing retailing CEOs.
Fred Smith estimates free trade saves American families $12,000 a year and is confident that Trump and Xi can find some common ground at their planned U.S. meeting.
Members of the Business Roundtable, America's biggest CEO peer group, had initially reacted with caution to Donald Trump's election. But something appears to have changed in the last few months.
Each year, the CEO of the world's biggest fund manager writes a letter to other CEOs to keep them on their toes.
Use EVA and the EVA Margin and EVA Momentum ratio statistics to assess profitability, profitable growth and wealth-creation. Pay managers bonuses at all levels for increasing EVA and give...