Jeff Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, discusses what CEOs can expect once Donald Trump takes office, and what business leaders can do if Trump targets their company.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on Trump's new business council, which includes CEOs from Disney, JPMorgan, General Motors and BlackRock.
TOKYO, Dec 2- Japanese authorities are set to recommend new fair disclosure rules that aim to prevent company executives leaking insider information, part of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's push to improve corporate governance and encourage foreign investment. Marking the first time that Japan will adopt statutory rules on corporate disclosure, the move will...
Lilly shares tumble after its Alzheimer drug study did not meet its goals, reports CNBC's Meg Tirrell. Obviously we are disappointed but we remain committed to Alzheimer's disease, says John Lechleiter, Eli Lilly CEO. And David Ricks, Eli Lilly incoming CEO, weighs in on the company's future growth prospects.
Conflicting information on whether the JPMorgan CEO could become treasury secretary cast a cloud of uncertainty over the nation's largest bank.
NEW YORK/ WASHINGTON, Nov 16- Conflicting information on whether JPMorgan Chase& Co Chief Executive Jamie Dimon could become U.S. Treasury secretary as part of President-elect Donald Trump's Cabinet cast a cloud of uncertainty over the nation's largest bank on Wednesday. Tweets from Fox Business News reporters on Wednesday were the latest indication that...
NEW YORK, Nov 15- Several large Wells Fargo& Co investors say they are looking for changes on the board of directors in the wake of a sales scandal that has caused months of upheaval for the bank and cost its former chief executive his job. Another, Gamco CEO Mario Gabelli, would not discuss the board's performance. Five- the California State Teachers' Retirement...
MUMBAI, Nov 11- India's Tata Sons has called an extraordinary shareholder meeting at Tata Motors Ltd, in its latest attempt to drive out former chairman Cyrus Mistry from all parts of the $100 billion steel-to-software conglomerate. Tata Sons ousted Mistry last month, sparking a bitter war of words that has escalated into an attempt by the holding company to...
SAO PAULO, Nov 9- Itaú Unibanco Holding SA appointed Cândido Botelho Bracher to replace Chief Executive Officer Roberto Egydio Setubal when his term expires in April, wrapping up a four-year succession plan at Brazil's largest bank by market value. When Bracher, 57, steps down, Setubal will join Itau Chairman Pedro Moreira Salles at the bank's board.
John Engler, Business Roundtable president, weighs in on what business leaders are looking for in the candidates.
*Sweden's clean corporate image under scrutiny following spate of corporate scandals. *Sweden not immune to corporate governance issues. STOCKHOLM, Nov 4- The arrest of Hexagon chief executive Ola Rollen, one of Sweden's most successful CEOs, on suspicion of insider trading could not only threaten the company's standing but also the business reputation of the...
Steve Ballmer, LA Clippers owner and former Microsoft CEO, shares his thoughts on Microsoft's best and worst buys... and one that where the math doesn't work...ever!
Satya (Nadella) is doing the right stuff, says Steve Ballmer, LA Clippers owner and former Microsoft CEO, discussing Microsoft's earnings and growth. Remember, I was at Microsoft for 34 years, there's plenty of credit along the way, says Ballmer.
Narcissistic CEOs have plenty of charisma but can be poor listeners and destructively competitive, says University of Wollongong's Alex Frino.
Mike Mayo, CLSA research analyst, shares his thoughts on whether John Stumpf was a scapegoat for the larger issues still lingering after the financial crisis.
Mike Mayo, CLSA research analyst, talks about the fallout from Wells Fargo's account scandal and why the bank may need to make additional changes.
Marty Mosby, Vining Sparks, says the changes at Wells Fargo are not enough even though Tim Sloan is now at the helm. Also Mosby discusses what he is focusing on when the bank reports quarterly results on Friday.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, says John Stumpf is a nice guy but he did some bad things, and Wells Fargo's board was late in investigating the scandal.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, weighs in on the way John Stumpf handled Wells Fargo's sandal and ensuing Congressional hearing, and shares his thoughts on and what's next for the big bank.
The board acted wisely but late, says Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management, discussing the departure of Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf in the wake of a sales scandal at the bank.