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The practice -- which involves recouping executive pay for things such as misconduct -- is something everyone’s soon going to hear more about.
Business experts review the bank’s turn in the hot seat
In addition to making a big monetary pledge, he launched a satirical card game this week about the 2016 race called Trumped Up Cards. The tag line? “This is a card game. Democracy isn’t.”
When a health incident like Hillary Clinton’s stumble on Sunday is caught on film, it can sear the image in our collective memories -- but can also be overcome
Deloitte is extending 16 weeks of paid family leave to its employees -- whether they’re young or old, male or female, caring for newborn babies or elderly adults.
Two words -- listen and control -- were used just once. You might guess who said which.
In introducing the digital content, CEO Howard Schultz took a political turn when he endorsed Clinton and left the door open on his own prospects
It’s the first thing most plaintiffs making sexual harassment claims want -- but the last thing most ever receive
Is it Big Brother? Or does it offer companies and workers big benefits?
The concept of banning ‘what’s your salary history?’ -- thought to play a role in perpetuating the gender wage gap -- is gaining steam
If we measure success by the absurd hours some people work, we’re in trouble
The list has a “larger goal of humanizing” the firm’s leaders, a spokeswoman said. One even wore a Seinfeld-ian puffy shirt.
It is the second time this year Cook has taken a complex, controversial issue mired in political trip wires and written an open letter to publicly defend his company.
He’s met with at least four since the start of the year, including Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, on Monday
Borrowing a page from Wall Street, they’re starting “returnships” for mid-career women (and men) looking to get back to work
Hint: It’s not after a performance review, according to new research
Employees may be paying a lot more attention to massive CEO paydays than many think.
The Japanese prime minister’s appearance prompts speculation on how other world leaders might match him. Joe Biden as Captain America? Theresa May as Lara Croft?
Cook is inspired by books ‘about people and how they lived and how they fought’
The Apple founder had one important piece of advice for his successor.