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Describing PepsiCo as having a "culture of sycophants," a prominent activist investor vowed that reform would come to the company.
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The economic recovery—longer and deeper than any post-war recession—has been weakened by the fading fortunes of small businesses.
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Tim Geithner's claim that conservative economist Glenn Hubbard said Republicans would raise taxes has huge implications, POLITICO's Ben White says.
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An analyst said he expects VF Corp to continue adding one or two meaningful acquisitions about every other year.
IBM CEO Virginia Rometty lays out the tech stalwart's transition plans and push into the big data and cloud-computing space.
Amid concerns about exploiting students, some small businesses in New York City are joining ranks of larger firms and paying interns.