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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.
Cook called Cooper’s own statement about his sexuality in 2012 “really classy,” and said the two talked several times “at length” as Cook thought about how he wanted to publicly share that he is gay.
Apple’s CEO talks iPhones, AI, privacy, civil rights, missteps, China, taxes, Steve Jobs — and steers right past the car rumors
The Apple CEO discusses growth potential, privacy issues, corporate responsibility and what it means to be the face of a tech behemoth.
A question every job candidate hates to answer -- what’s your salary history? -- will become illegal in Massachusetts
Saatchi & Saatchi Chairman Kevin Roberts said the debate on gender issues ‘is over.’ He very quickly learned it wasn’t.
Her co-author? A 34-year-old Wharton professor who’s a frequent collaborator
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