Companies investing in the strategic evolution of their workplaces are often focused on how it can make life better for their people. But what about the health of the CEO?
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Former H.J. Heinz Co. chief executive officer Anthony J.F. O’Reilly has been declared bankrupt by a court in the Bahamas
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The demand for shareholder proxy access is a significant corporate governance development in 2015 for U.S. public companies. In 2015, more than 113 companies received proxy access shareholder proposals—more than a 600% increase from 2014.
Mark Zuckerberg recently announced that he would take two months paternity leave after the birth of his daughter. Clearly, times have changed when it comes to parenting. Should your parental leave policy be updated as well?
Deadly Jihadi terrorist attacks in Paris and Mali have globe-trotting business executives on high alert and travel-industry CEOs double-checking their own systems for helping ensure the safety of their employees and of their clients’ employees.
The recently released Korn Ferry Market Cap100 2015 (KFMC100), an annual study of board practices at the largest U.S. companies by market capitalization, shows an encouraging shift downward when comparing the ages of newly added directors with the ages of directors on boards as a whole.
Silicon Valley is the undisputed centre of technology in the world — and a big part of that is the ...
This handy chart shows the gaps and the similarities.
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Dieter Zetsche has been on the fast track to success as CEO of Daimler, which has been continually scrapping with BMW and Audi for the pole position among global sellers of luxury automobiles.
Zuckerberg generated the highest economic value added of the S&P 500 companies among companies whose CEOs have been in place three years or more
CEOs’ faith in future business conditions (12 months from now) continues to drop. Respondents to Chief Executive’s November 2015 survey showed a reduction in CEO confidence, down 2.7% from October—and down 9.7% the beginning of the year.
Naturally, many companies are picky about who they hire. The best workers aren’t always found in obvious places, though, and they don’t always have the exact skills being sought. Competing effectively means CEOs need to be flexible, able to look beyond skills to other traits and capabilities, and should give points for how well someone would fit with the company culture.
When did CEOs decide that morality was irrelevant? Shouldn't the recent departures by the heads of United Airlines and Volkswagen send a message that cutting ethical and legal corners is a foolish business strategy?
Warren Zinn, CEO of Warren Henry Auto Group and a seasoned veteran of the auto industry, had a passion for cars since childhood, but realized early on that passion is only a small part of the success formula. Zinn worked tirelessly to develop business sense and leadership competency in his favorite field.
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