• Air France Managers Have Been Forced To Flee After...
    Business Insider - Oct 5
    Air France managers fled a meeting on Monday about mass job cuts after angry staff waving banners and flags stormed the room, according to Reuters journalists present at the scene. Television images also showed airline... Read »
    23 hours ago
  • Operating In A Global Marketplace
    CEO.com - Oct 5
    As corporations continue to grow, one of the things CEOs look at is expanding their businesses into new markets. With that expansion, corporations need to understand how to operate on a global scale, and also drive... Read »
    23 hours ago
  • Twitter Names Jack Dorsey As CEO
    CNN Money - Oct 5
    Investors had been calling on the company's board to appoint co-founder Dorsey as permanent CEO since July 1, when he was named interim chief after Dick Costolo stepped down. Twitter made it official Monday... Read »
    23 hours ago
  • This Anecdote About Google’s CEO Missing A...
    Business Insider - Oct 2
    When Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently missed a meeting, it gave his fellow executives an idea of what the company's impending evolution would feel like. Google announced in August that it planned to blow up its corporate... Read »
    3 days ago
  • United CEO Talks Coffee, Bag Fees And Lousy Flights
    Chicago Tribune - Oct 2
    Like many United fliers in recent years, Oscar Munoz was recently on a lousy flight to Chicago. It was Labor Day, just after his daughter got married and just before he took over as CEO of the airline. He was in the seat... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Why Corporations Need Chief Security Officers
    CEO.com - Oct 2
    Over the past few years, nearly every industry has found itself subjected to the increasing risk of cybersecurity attacks. This has created the need for stronger security and the rise of the Chief Security Officer (CSO) and... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Axel Springer Buys Business Insider
    CNBC - Sep 30
    We want to go beyond Europe, says Mathias Dopfner, Axel Springer CEO, discussing its acquisition of Business Insider. Read »
    5 days ago
  • 12 Wildly Successful People Who Still Use Flip Phones
    Business Insider - Sep 30
    The flip phone isn't extinct yet. Some even say it's making a very trendy comeback. Celebrities, CEOs, sports-team owners, and politicians have all been spotted with archaic, clunky flip phones. Some cling to them citing... Read »
    5 days ago
  • Ralph Lauren Leaving CEO Post
    USA Today - Sep 30
    The fashion industry saw one of its iconic figures step aside Tuesday when Ralph Lauren said he is giving up the title of CEO of the company bearing his name. In perhaps the most dramatic change since Lauren founded it... Read »
    5 days ago
  • 10 Strategies Successful People Use To Defeat Stress...
    CEO.com - Sep 30
    Stress is a good thing. Yes, you read that correctly. I’m saying that stress can be a good thing, but like anything else it can become dangerous when it’s in excess and starts taking a toll on your mental and physical... Read »
    5 days ago
  • BlackBerry’s CEO Struggles To Use His...
    The Next Web - Sep 28
    I like John Chen, BlackBerry’s current CEO. When I met him at Mobile World Congress, he came across as an engaging, smart man with a personality, and that’s not always a given in a CEO. His approach was certainly a... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Alcoa CEO: Right Time To Split Business
    CNBC - Sep 28
    Improvements in recent years have led to this, says Klaus Kleinfeld, Alcoa chairman & CEO, discussing the decision to split the company into two publicly traded companies. Read »
    1 week ago
  • United’s New CEO Vows To End Disunity At...
    Bloomberg - Sep 28
    United Continental Holdings Inc.’s new chief executive officer, who was installed after his predecessor’s ouster, pledged to unite a workforce that’s still divided almost five years after the merger that created the... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Why Chief Executives Fall From Grace
    CEO.com - Sep 28
    How do accomplished leaders lose control of their thinking, impulses and behavior to such extremes that they risk and forfeit the vast rewards of their skill sets and productivity? Consider the recent arrest of former Mt.... Read »
    1 week ago
  • Twitter’s CFO Asks An Age-Old Question About...
    Business Insider - Sep 25
    Twitter is testing a new polling feature that lets users conduct quick surveys. The new polling feature was publicly showcased by Twitter CFO Anthony Noto on Thursday, who tweeted the simple query: Boxers or Briefs?... Read »
    1 week ago