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Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz to Step Down
Howard Schultz

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz to Step Down

Shares of the company were down 4 percent in after hours trading on Thursday.
Learn the Traits of Successful CEOs
Leadership Qualities

Learn the Traits of Successful CEOs

Leading and growing a business to success comes with opportunities and challenges. Here's how a panel of leaders face, accept and fix mistakes across their businesses.
Entrepreneur Staff
The Election Ate Their Homework? CEOs Blame Campaign for Weakness.
Presidential Elections

The Election Ate Their Homework? CEOs Blame Campaign for Weakness.

At least that is the word from a clutch of corporate executives in recent weeks who have laid at least some blame for their companies' rocky performances or uneven consumer demand at the feet of constantly bickering White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
T-Mobile's CEO Says Reinventing Himself Was Key to Transforming the Company's Culture
T-Mobile

T-Mobile's CEO Says Reinventing Himself Was Key to Transforming the Company's Culture

Over the past four years, T-Mobile has become the fastest-growing carrier in the U.S., passing Sprint for the number-three spot behind AT&T and Verizon, and has more than doubled customers and significantly expanded its network.
Richard Feloni
Why Most CEOs Are Frauds
CEOs

Why Most CEOs Are Frauds

Calling yourself a CEO doesn't make you one.
Steve Tobak
Backpage.com CEO Arrested Over Sex Trafficking Allegations
Crime

Backpage.com CEO Arrested Over Sex Trafficking Allegations

Backpage, the second-largest U.S. online classified ad service after Craigslist, has faced scrutiny from the U.S. Senate as well as civil lawsuits over allegations that the site facilitates sex trafficking, especially of children.
8 Reasons Why Your CEO Needs Influencer Marketing
Marketing Bootcamp

8 Reasons Why Your CEO Needs Influencer Marketing

Influencer marketing is an effective method to boost your brand's visibility.
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Disruption in the C-Suite
Leadership

Disruption in the C-Suite

Today's CMO typically has more responsibility and influence than ever and is likely to have stronger ties across the organization.
Andy MacMillan
Oprah to Help Weight Watchers Find New Leader After CEO Resigns
Oprah Winfrey

Oprah to Help Weight Watchers Find New Leader After CEO Resigns

James Chambers will resign at the end of September after three years on the job following a 'joint decision' from the board of directions that he should leave.
Start Speaking the Language of Business and Know Your Numbers
Growth Strategies

Start Speaking the Language of Business and Know Your Numbers

Ravin Gandhi, co-founder and CEO of GMM Nonstick Coatings, discusses the importance of tracking key performance indicators and other details of your company.
How Today's Higher Education Options Inspire Businesses
Make More Happen

How Today's Higher Education Options Inspire Businesses

J.T. Allen, president and CEO of myFootpath, talks about how new and rapidly evolving learning models translate to business.
This Recruiting Company Knows You're Only as Strong as Your Weakest Employee
Leadership

This Recruiting Company Knows You're Only as Strong as Your Weakest Employee

Tom Gimbel, founder and CEO of LaSalle Network, emphasizes the importance of motivating people and sending them on the right career path.
The Startup That Hopes to Become the Uber of Digital Finance
Entrepreneur Network

The Startup That Hopes to Become the Uber of Digital Finance

Mogo aims to create a more Uber-like experience in finances by allowing consumers to get access to money online within three minutes from your phone in an easy and transparent way.
Entrepreneur Staff
This Is What Employees Believe Makes a Great Leader
Make More Happen

This Is What Employees Believe Makes a Great Leader

Glassdoor has released findings of a new study examining what shapes employee satisfaction and ultimately, CEO approval ratings.
Lydia Belanger