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Vail Resorts CEO Rob Katz explains why the company beat analysts earnings expectations despite recent currency headwinds.
UnCollege's Dale Stephens is a dropout with a business plan to get more kids to drop pricey college degrees. And so far, it's working.
Firing government employees is such a lengthy process that most agencies don't get rid of their worst workers. Fiscal Times reports.
Acadia Pharmaceuticals fell more than 22 percent in after-hours trading Wednesday on news that its CEO is retiring.
General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt earned roughly 8 percent increases in his salary and cash bonus in 2014.
Vodafone is revolutionizing maternity leave for its female employees by offering at least 16 weeks of fully paid leave to expectant mothers.
The search giant has not yet set a date for his departure but said Pichette will help find a successor.
The outgoing Credit Suisse chief executive told CNBC that the decision to leave the Swiss bank was reached mutually, adding that he had "accomplished quite a lot."
Tidjane Thiam, the current chief executive of Prudential insurance group, has been lined up to replace Brady Dougan at the helm of Credit Suisse. The Financial Times reports.
Catherine Engelbert, who is set to become Deloitte's CEO and the first woman to head a major consulting firm, told CNBC she was upbeat on women in the workplace.
Putting women in top management positions isn't just the right thing to do, it's smart business, says this executive.
Many companies are bringing employees back in-house, believing higher productivity and better ideas come from working side by side.
In 1911, March 8 entered the calendar as “International women’s day,” an occasion aimed at celebrating female achievement.
Dennis Kozlowski's life has gone from incredible splendor to relative modesty, the New York Times reports.
The Oracle of Omaha gives LeBron James some financial advice on CNBC—and it's simple.
The Oracle of Omaha tells CNBC why he is sticking with IBM despite its recent woes.
Front-runners Ajit Jain nor Greg Abel don't know who will be Berkshire Hathaway's next CEO, Warren Buffett tells CNBC.
Warren Buffett lavishly praised Berkshire Hathaway executive Ajit Jain in 2011 for running much of the conglomerate's insurance businesses.
The New York Daily News' boss, Mortimer Zuckerman, is exploring the sale of the tabloid, Capital New York reported Thursday.