CEOs

Politics

Under Armour CEO: Trump Is 'a Real Asset for the Country'

'He wants to build things. He wants to make bold decisions and be really decisive,' Kevin Plank said.
CEOs

Pepsi's CEO Writes Letters to the Parents of Her Employees to Express Her Gratitude

Looking for a new way to make your employees feel appreciated? Try this one.
Problem Solving

Why You Should Encourage Whistleblowing in Your Organization

Make it easy for employees at every level to raise a red flag about both problems and opportunities.
Decision Making

A 3-Step Process to Making Better Decisions

Knowing if, when and how to make decisions requires experience and self-awareness.
CEOs

You're a Real CEO When Your Company Is Bigger Than Your Title

Even if they founded the company, CEO is a pompous title for somebody supervising a handful of employees.
Leadership

Everything You Need to Know About the Google Exec Who Will Lead Mattel

The toy company is getting its third CEO in two years.
Leadership Qualities

3 Key Characteristics of the Best Startup CEOs

Wanna succeed in the startup world? You're gonna need a laser-like focus and the ability to become a sponge -- for learning purposes, that is.
CEOs

The 10 Worst Entrepreneurs of 2016

Failing honestly is not a bad thing. Misdeeds that harm stakeholders are.
Donald Trump

Trump Taps Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson as Top U.S. Diplomat

Tillerson's experience in diplomacy stems from making deals with foreign countries for Exxon, although questions have been raised about his relations with Russia.
Chipotle

Chipotle Founder Ells Takes Over as Sole CEO at Burrito Chain

Co-CEO Monty Moran stepped down on Monday amid intense pressure to turn around the burrito chain.
CEOs

Lego Replaces Long-Time CEO With Company's First Foreign Boss

Briton Bali Padda, currently chief operations officer, will replace Jorgen Vig Knudstorp, who was the first chief executive from outside the Kristiansen clan, Denmark's richest family.
Starbucks

Starbucks's CEO Transition Is Unlikely to Disrupt Growth, Analysts Say

But the last time Howard Schultz stepped down as CEO -- in 2000 -- the company's shares had plunged.

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