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One observer on Twitter noticed the total pay for her tenure, as analyzed by Equilar, would be similar to a recent Mega Millions jackpot
Jamie Dimon. Warren Buffett. Mary Barra. A who’s-who list of CEOs is weighing in on the governance debate
Company faces difficult task of handling of allegations as some employees side with Roger Ailes.
In 2006, median pay was just $160,000 a year.
Why Marissa Mayer’s tenure at Yahoo is not a textbook case of the phenomenon.
Two very atypical -- and similarly aged -- candidates, along with a shift in demographics, is making age a non-issue in this year’s campaign
Why women often find themselves in such precarious leadership positions
Only two career military leaders have been named running mates -- both to independents -- in the post World War II era
A few are wading in -- cautiously, and with MLK quotes -- on a subject that has gotten less public attention from CEOs and corporations than other social issues
A change to simple text, in black and white, was far more than what many other businesses have done.
State and local government workers are relatively unhappy in New York. Things look better in... Mississippi.
How “extremely careless” could very well open yet another front for her campaign to battle as the email saga now seems sure to linger in the presidential race
A new study finds successful nonprofit CEOs tend to have these friendly facial traits in common
Research finds that compulsory training can actually make a workplace less diverse
Next year’s Group of Seven photo-op could look very, very different
A new survey finds consumers are pretty cynical about why CEOs speak out on social issues -- yet in certain cases, still reward them for doing so
In a 2013 book co-written with Washington Post columnist Sally Jenkins, the former Lady Vols coach shares a powerful definition of leadership
It’s hard to keep calm and carry on when your leaders are doing anything but.
New research finds a different response from investors when men and women named CEO get lots of media attention
What’s in -- and out -- when it comes to employee perks