No company—big or small—is safe from potentially devastating cyber attacks. Here’s how you can protect your company—and your own reputation.
Does manufacturing have to take place on our own shores in order for the U.S. to have an innovative and competitive economy? There is no ready or simple answer.
They’re under 40, leading $1 billion-plus companies and largely untested by adversity. What does the future hold for Gen X and Y CEOs?
Energy is the pillar upon which economic growth is built. “The difference between the developed world and everybody else,” says author Robert Bryce, “is [affordable] electricity.” But simple math and basic physics show that chasing energy sources with low power densities will not get us to where we need to be.
Over the last two decades, while scores of other regional banks struggled or were snapped up by nationals, BOK Financial has quietly thrived, expanding its operations from 20 branches within Oklahoma to nine West South Central states.
If you are one of 6,000 U.S. CEOs whose company uses raw minerals in your products, it's time to comply with the Dodd-Frank Act.
The 2014 Manufacturing and Logistic Report gave Michigan, Indiana, Oregon and South Carolina an "A" for manufacturing health, while five states received Fs and 10 received Ds.
The Institute for Supply Management's (ISM's) New Orders Subindex rose slightly—from 56.9 in May to 58.9. The increase was subtle on a month-over-month basis, but of more significance, it was the highest reading since December.
The current series of quality issues that have resulted in the deaths of drivers of GM cars highlights a number of challenges in corporate culture and ethics for CEOs.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors, has shaken up the auto industry again, this time by announcing that Tesla Motors will let other companies use its patents. The move has other CEOs wondering if this a strategy they would benefit from.
For generations, we have lived in a world of static pricing, which, by its nature, has translated into losses of customers when prices are set too high and losses of profits when prices are set too low. In response, adjusting prices in real time to reflect continuous changes in consumer demand and underlying supply costs has become increasingly common.
Jim McCann on sowing the seeds for future growth at a mature company.