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  • Sheryl Sandberg deliver compelling speech at UC Berkeley

    The Facebook COO speaks publicly for the first time about her husband's unexpected death.

  • Business of creativity

    Fast Company Editor Robert Safian reveals this year's list of the 100 most creative people in business, including "Hamilton" actor and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda.

  • 83% of CFOs expect Clinton blowout: Survey

    A look at the results of CNBC's exclusive survey about the most important political issues for business from some the largest companies in the world.

  • David Novak

    Departing Yum Brands executive chairman David Novak says the world faces a recognition deficit and leaders must actively recognize their workers' accomplishments.

  • US CEO optimism rebounds: YPO

    According to the latest results from the Young Presidents' Organization Survey, America's corporate leaders forecast a relatively stable economy for the remainder of the year.

  • Executives gather on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange for Lending Club's IPO and pose for pictures December 11, 2014 in New York. Lending Club started trading on the NYSE at a high $24.75 USD per share.

    LendingClub's founder was fired more because of a lack of transparency in an investigation than actual wrongdoing.

  • *Chris Hohn writes letter to board members of firm. In a letter to the executive and supervisory boards, seen by Reuters, Chris Hohn, founder of the $10 billion London- based hedge fund TCI, said paying such large rewards when the company performs poorly was exacerbating its problems. Despite setting aside $18 billion to cover legal and compensation costs from the...

  • *Chris Hohn writes letter to board members of firm. In a letter to the executive and supervisory boards, seen by Reuters, Chris Hohn, founder of the $10 billion London- based hedge fund TCI, said paying such large rewards when the company performs poorly was exacerbating its problems. Despite setting aside $18 billion to cover legal and compensation costs from the...

  • Social CEO: Tim Cook is 'lackluster'

    Social Capital CEO Chamath Palihapitiya said Apple's Tim Cook is a 'lackluster' executive and the company has let hundreds of billions rot on its balance sheet.

  • Sohn conference highlights

    Hear what market-moving investment titans are saying about the markets.

  • Two Tesla top production execs out

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports that Greg Reichow, Vice President of Production, and Josh Ensign, Vice President of Manufacturing, are leaving Tesla Motors.

  • Executive changes at Under Armour

    CNBC's Seema Mody reports on executive changes set to happen at Under Armour.

  • Social media 101 for CEOs

    Clara Shih, Hearsay Social CEO, discusses how corporate leaders can tap into their company's social business to appeal to the always-connected customer.

  • TOKYO, May 3- A spate of high-profile scandals at leading Japanese companies show reforms and rhetoric aimed at improving the country's corporate governance do not go far enough to unwind the culture of secrecy and hierarchy that plagues Japan Inc.. Nearly five years after Michael Woodford was fired for exposing a cover-up at Olympus Corp, the British ex-CEO...

  • A gas platform in the North Sea of the coast of Norway.

    Norway's sovereign welath fund is launching a crackdown on executive pay, targeting high salaries at firms globally, the Financial Times reports.

  • Barclays CEO has to deliver: Investment manager

    Brian Cullen, investment manager at SWMC UK Fund, talks about the performance so far by Barclays CEO Jes Staley.

  • Lessons learned from rookie CEOs

    Sandy Lyons, The River Group, breaks down the results of a new survey which shows how prepared first-time CEOs were to handle the task of running a big company.

  • Valeant names Papa top executive

    Joseph Papa is expected to begin his role as CEO and chairman by early May.

  • VRX vs. PRGO for CEO

    CNBC's Meg Tirrell reports on the possibility of Perrigo CEO Joseph Papa heading over to Valeant, as well as biotech firm Interxon feeling some pressure after the release of a report calling it 'the new Theranos.'

  • Positive news for Valeant?

    Raghuram Selvaraju, H.C. Wainwright senior biotechnology analyst, talks about Valeant offering the CEO position to Perrigo's Joseph Papa.