Leadership Corporate Leaders

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    Yahoo Chief Executive Jerry Yang said on Wednesday that a potential deal with Microsoft has tremendous power, but that the software giant appears no longer interested in a full merger.

  • Alan "Ace" Greenberg, the former chief executive of Bear Stearns has sold his last remaining shares of the investment bank, according to a Securities and Exchange Commission filing on Wednesday.

  • In late March, Man Group predicted funds under management should exceed $75 billion with profits up 52 percent to top $1.8 billion. It will be interesting to see how CEO Peter Clarke views the prospects for the rest of the year when the numbers hit the tape at 8:00 CET.

  • Marjorie Yang is a woman who knows what she wants and she’s not likely to take no for an answer. Vivacious and vocal, Yang is a woman who defies all glass ceilings.

  • A bout of risk aversion dented European stocks on Tuesday as jitters grew over potential credit-related problems at banks and inflation, while typically defensive stocks such as pharmaceuticals and food rallied.

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    Alcatel-Lucent, which posted a first-quarter net loss and warned on 2008 sales, will ask shareholders to vote on a proposal to tie its CEO's 6 million euro ($9.45 million) golden parachute to performance objectives, the Times newspaper reported on Tuesday.

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    Depending on where things end up Friday GM shares go into the weekend at roughly $17.50 a share. dropping roughly 4% on Friday. It's nothing short of a horrendous end to a very tough week for General Motor's shareholders.

  • The name Craig Barrett and Intel go hand in hand. His name resonates with people beyond the tech business.

  • Yep. The Ballmer Gets Egged video indeed was our top video of the day. By far. And you folks had a lot to say about it.

  • Microsoft is not looking to bid to buy all of Yahoo but is in talks about other types of deals with the U.S. No. 2 search engine, Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said on Wednesday.

  • We had a useful conversation with Ian Dyson the CFO of Marks & Spencer this morning. No change in the headline message that the consumer outlook is weakening, but Marks & Spencer thinks it can weather the storm. 

  • Here's a well-performing company that's also incredibly controversial. Cramer goes one-on-one with the CEO to sort it out.

  • Herbjorn Hansson convinces Cramer to get on board with his company.

  • ComScore analyzes the World Wide Web. Chairman Gian Fulgoni called in to tell us who's clicking on what -- and where the money is.

  • As the old Chicago Merc closes its doors to make way for a new floor, CME Chairman Terry Duffy explains why Chi-Town is the trading capital of the world.

  • Over 600 business leaders and 200 students: It can only be St Gallen - 38 years of gatherings organized by the students to discuss the challenges facing companies and communities.

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    Low-cost carrier Ryanair is likely to benefit in the event of a major slowdown hitting Europe, according to the airline’s chief executive Michael O’Leary.

  • The chief executive officer of Delta Air Lines said Friday that his airline's pending merger with Northwest Airlines is on track and should be in force by next year.

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    CEO compensation at the biggest U.S. corporations dropped sharply last year, reflecting in part the rough business conditions at top-tier banks and other large financial firms, a study has found.

  • The first thing you ask yourself when you meet Raphael le Masne de Chermont, is how a Frenchman ended up heading Shanghai Tang, an iconic chinese brand.