Elon Musk responds to discourse around him and Rupert Murdoch at Super Bowl
The billionaire moguls were seen sitting together in Arizona on football's biggest night—sparking a wave of speculation on Twitter.
Who is Candace Owens married to?
While the commentator and podcast host has made a name for herself as a conservative firebrand, she has a busy home life with her husband of almost four years.
What America's biggest CEOs say about chances of U.S. recession
Top CEOs have voiced concerns that the U.S. economy is heading towards a recession despite reports of strong consumer spending in the last few months.
Woke CEOs Have 'No Right' to Criticize Legislation: Florida Lt. Governor
Companies opposing the state's "don't say gay" legislation won't "bully" officials, Jeanette Núñez said Friday.
Surviving at the Top Without Putting Anyone Beneath You
The path to the top is long and arduous, and once you're there, entirely new challenges arise.
What Are the Issues With the 5G Rollout That Airlines Are Concerned About?
Verizon and AT&T delayed their planned rollout of 5G service near airports after airlines warned about potential problems.
Median Workers Pay Climbed Just 2% in 2020 as Top-Paid CEOs Saw 14% Jump
"Median total compensation for Equilar 200 CEOs was the highest in the study's history, totaling $19.7 million," the Equilar report explained.
How CEOs Pumped Up Their Pandemic Paychecks
While low-wage employees lost hours, jobs and lives, their CEOs got raises. It's time to tax huge CEO-worker pay gaps.
These Are the Pandemic Conversations that Business Leaders Need to Have Now
As companies transition from remote back to in-person work, business leaders need to rebuild the bonds that COVID-19 has shaken. First step: Start talking. Harvard Business School professor Boris Groysberg and colleagues share advice for making these conversations meaningful.
Nearly Two-Thirds of CEOs Say Biden's Tax Hike Will Slow Wage Growth
President Joe Biden has proposed raising the corporate tax rate from 21 percent to 28 percent to finance his $2 trillion infrastructure plan.
Please Don't Ask Why There Are so Few Black CEOs
Bias and lack of access make for a narrow path forward. It's hard to be what you cannot see.
Why CEOs Were Complicit in President Trump's Washington Riot
CEOs could have turned off the money spigot for the Republican Party years ago. Why they didn't.
Why Another COVID Bailout Is Still Stalled in Washington
Steroids and the economy; the University of Colorado embraces gambling; and why CEOs should help close the partisan divide. And Eddie Van Halen, R.I.P.
Why It Is Risky to Have a Woke CEO
Corporate focus should be on creating shareholder value—period.
CEOs Make Too Much, Nearly 80 Percent of Workers Say
A lot of workers would also like to know exactly how much that CEO makes.
Netflix CEO to Sleep: This Is War!
"You get a show or a movie you're really dying to watch, and you end up staying up late at night," CEO Reed Hastings said. "So we actually compete with sleep."
Wal-Mart, Apple, Google Lead CEO Pay List
Technology companies' top executives led the way in compensation last year, while one woman and a former Goldman Sachs executive made the top 10.
Uber's Travis Kalanick To Leave Trump Advisory Group
Uber and its CEO came under criticism in recent days after opponents said the company was breaking a taxi driver strike in New York City that was protesting Trump's controversial executive order.
Forget the Bedroom. What's Happening in the Boardroom?
Not long ago, the economy boomed, elections were democratic and there were fair shares for all.
The Explosion in Executive Pay Is Not Justified
In 1965, CEOs earned 20 times more than the average worker. Now they earn 300 times more.