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Ally Financial named Jeffrey Brown, the company's head of dealer financial services, as chief executive, effective immediately.
As Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger age, debate intensifies about what Berkshire will look like when they are gone.
Travis Kalanick and his Uber team have begun to trade the art of commercial warfare for a charm offensive. The New York Times reports.
CNBC's Jim Cramer says Google should increase spending on on its most undervalued asset—YouTube.
Analysts tell CNBC that the McDonald's brand is solid but needs revamping and the time to do it.
After a tumultuous year at McDonald's, CEO Don Thompson is retiring. Chief Brand Officer Steve Easterbrook will take the helm.
Meg Whitman will be the CEO of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, the forthcoming computing and networking company. Re/code reports.
It is a surprise to some investors to learn there are CEOs working well into their 80s and 90s, USA Today reports.
Sheryl Sandberg and Melinda Gates touched on topics from disease and poverty to technology in a wide-ranging interview on Friday.
UPS' latest fourth-quarter guidance brings the company's leadership into question, according to CNBC's Jim Cramer.
Apple CEO Tim Cook got a hefty cash bonus that brought his total compensation to $9.2 million last year.
Gordon grew the company's brands to include DOTS, Charms, Junior Mints, Sugar Daddy and Charleston Chew.
Pharmaceutical giant Bristol-Myers Squibb named Dr. Giovanni Caforio as its new CEO on Tuesday.
Marriott International CEO Arne Sorenson says the US economic recovery has helped the travel industry, but antiterrorism measures could be a headwind.
PepsiCo has elected an advisory partner at Trian Fund Management to its board following a push by Trian to split the company.
Home Depot announced that it has elected CEO and president Craig Menear as chairman, effective February 2, succeeding Frank Blake.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos turns 51 Monday. We look at how fast he accumulated his wealth on a per-day basis, comparing that to other billionaires.
Activist investor Nelson Peltz stepped up his fight to break up the company, as his Trian Fund nominated himself and three other members to the board.
Here's how the government can help entrepreneurs create opportunity—and the all-important jobs—in the year ahead, says this Ernst & Young executive.
Jim Cramer's New Year's resolution is to be kinder to Dick Costolo, so long as he can monetize Twitter.