UPS CEO David Abney, who is fascinated with logistics, says the delivery company remains committed to advancing its business, and continues to invest in automation capabilities.
Marillyn Hewson not only is one of the few female CEOs of the 1,000 largest companies, she is also one of the 'world's most powerful women'.
Under President and CEO Bruce Broussard, Humana Inc. is investing in technology and infrastructure so it can offer more competitive health insurance products—and focus more on value-based care.
Stefano Pessina, executive chairman and CEO of Walgreens Boots Alliance, is on a mission to make the company a global force.
Dirk Van de Put, the CEO of McCain Foods, assumes the role of CEO of Mondelez this month.
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FedEx reported a record $60 billion in sales in fiscal year ending in May 2017.
Since Michael Corbat took the helm of the New York City-based financial services firm in 2008, his mission has been to make Citi “a simpler, smaller, safer and stronger institution.”
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