After rising through the ranks for nearly 30 years, Griffith in 2016 was named to the top post, one of only 32 female CEOs running Fortune 500 companies.
No matter if Disney gets 21th Century Fox or not, chairman and CEO Bob Iger will continue to lead the iconic brand’s expansion throughout the world.
In the aftermath of the financial crisis, Brian Moynihan gets the credit for “methodically overhauling and streamlining the bloated and nearly crippled” Bank of America Corp.
Under Chairman and CEO Darren Woods, Exxon Mobil is massively expanding its drilling and refinery operations.
In Q1 2018, McDonald's marked its 11th consecutive quarter of positive comparable sales, with growth of 5.5%
Mondelēz International Inc. - maker of "power brands" like Oreo, Chips Ahoy!, Ritz, Cadbury Dairy Milk and Trident gum – is boosting its profitability.
Under CEO Jim Umpleby, Caterpillar is achieving “operational excellence,” and it’s showing up on the bottom line. The Deerfield, Ill.-based manufacturer of machinery and engines...
Indra K. Nooyi, PepsiCo’s chairman and CEO, is also the chief architect of the company’s “Performance with Purpose” – the pledge “to do what’s right for the business by being responsive to the needs of the world around us.”
Alphabet is investing heavily research and development in areas of strategic focus for Google, such as search, advertising, and machine learning.
CVS Health – combined with Aetna – will become “America's front door to quality health care,” says president and CEO Larry J. Merlo. The “pharmacy...
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