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Jack Dorsey will join a small and rarefied club of mostly founder-CEOs who own so much stock they don’t take any new direct compensation.
Union activists storm an Air France meeting about job cuts, tearing off the shirts of two executives who fled under police protection.
Dick Costolo may leave his board position when Twitter names a new CEO. Is that a good idea?
A major new study from LeanIn and McKinsey examined women’s career ambitions.
Will diversity go up and bias go down if recruiters can’t see which school a job candidate attended?
Dempsey seems comfortable waiting for whatever his legacy will turn out to be.
It’s difficult not to consider the links between Pope Francis’s message and Boehner’s decision.
Amid the uncertainty surrounding his severance package, there is at least one perk that Winterkorn will almost certainly get.
In his address to Congress, Pope Francis spoke directly to lawmakers about their responsibility.
“It’s going to take a long time to redo this.“
At a highly anticipated special meeting Tuesday morning, shareholders of the bank voted in favor.
The global consulting and accounting firm is launching a new benefit that could help recruit millennial employees.
Here’s a guide to the most insightful essays, books and articles about the pope’s leadership.
The decision on whether or not CEO Brian Moynihan will keep both titles will be made next Tuesday.
It’s now up to the House to vote on whether their pay can jump to $4 million each or must stay capped at $600,000.
New data released Wednesday by the U.S. Census Bureau show no significant closing of the gender pay gap.
The proposal is getting some strong and unlikely supporters.
People showed higher levels of energy, motivation and concentration after a specific kind of break.
Her approach is both striking and commendable--and not only for how it compares to the more cautious style she is known for.
There are more CEOs than ever on this year’s annual list, giving us a sense of how fast the c-suite is transforming.