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Ferdinand Piech, a towering figure at Volkswagen for more than two decades, resigned as its chairman on Saturday.
Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren predicts consumer spending will pick up this year, and sees growth ahead with its off-price stores.
Despite cutting its growth-rate forecast, Box is making investments in a business that is still growing, CEO Aaron Levie said.
Sweden's Volvo named the head of Volkswagen-owned Scania as its chief executive on Wednesday, replacing embattled Olof Persson.
It's 39-year-old Nick Woodman, the CEO of camera-maker GoPro. The Fiscal Times reports.
"Star Wars" fans can expect new attractions at theme parks in addition to the new movies, Disney CEO Bob Iger said.
It's National Meeting Industry Day! Let us rejoice and celebrate the awesomeness of the meeting.
Sony Pictures has adopted a more cost-conscious approach since being hacked, the FT reports.
Former GE boss Jack Welch tells CNBC the deal to break up the company he helped create was a smart move since times have changed.
After an abrupt departure, Former Teva CEO Jeremy Levin is now leading a start-up focused on rare neurological disorders.
Update: Sources deny any deal between Yahoo and local social "check-in" app Foursquare.
Humana CEO Bruce Broussard agrees that investing long term is more important for companies than returning capital to shareholders.
At a time when most investors are applauding high dividends and bigger buybacks, Fink is bucking the trend, the NYT reports.
VW is in a full-blown leadership crisis after Chief Executive Martin Winterkorn let it be known on Saturday he will fight for his job.
Woman mislabeled as mistress of Google co-founder sues People magazine for libel. New York judge determined case will move forward.
Tumblr's autonomy could be cut as Yahoo may experience some personnel changes within its top brass, according to a report.
USA Today reports on the vast difference between the minimum wage worker salary and that of the average industry CEO.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why Tesla Motors is moving in the right direction.
The Indianapolis Indians have mastered their own version of moneyball, fielding a 'small ball' Triple A team on profitable base paths.
Here are 12 of the most infamous missteps that caused some companies to fail or overhaul their strategies. A lot can be learned from them.