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Amazon CEO of Worldwide Consumer Business Resigns After 23 Years: 'It's Time For Me To Build Again.'
Dave Clark, who has been with the ecommerce giant since 1999, announced he will resign from the company and move on to new beginnings.
As your company grows, there may be pressure to hire a "real" CEO. What makes a great CEO? And should you give in to the pressure?The self-assessment formula helps answer the question.
After two years on the job, Patrik Frisk will step down as CEO of Under Armour, effective June 1.
Stop being a staff member and start becoming the CEO of Y-O-U.
Dabur's Mohit Malhotra says the company has been ahead of the curve to keep urban as well as rural demand intact
We are here to take you on a quick ride through the reigning quick commerce channels
Cultivating just a few regular practices can help you to get in touch with your emotions and better understand how others view you.
To lead our teams through these challenging times effectively, we need to change our approach.
Play your cards right if you want to retain control of your company and remain a leader people can respect.
Sara Blakely didn't become one of the most admired CEOs without taking her public image seriously. Blakely credits her publicity-savvy approach to her grass-roots success that launched a billion-dollar exit.
Any determined business owner can spend a lot less time worrying about their business with just a little focus in the right direction.
Instill franchisee pride with these brand-building tips.
12 leadership lessons from Foot Locker chairman, president and CEO Richard Johnson.
Your top talent has more opportunities to go elsewhere than ever before -- here's how to stay ahead of the curve.
These five steps will help ensure the change in leadership is as straightforward and easy as possible for everyone on the team.