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A report from the World Economic Forum lays out a plan to reduce industrial waste of a certain widespread material.
The growth and development of virtual reality will help bring people closer, Facebook's COO Sheryl Sandberg says.
At 2016's World Economic Forum meeting, over 2,500 leaders will attend to discuss this year's theme: "Mastering the Fourth industrial Revolution."
MPs will debate whether Donald Trump should be banned from entering Britain after more than 570,000 people signed a petition.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz considers betting on China now as an opportunity to invest ahead of the growth curve.
After introducing Cardboard's integration with GoPro, Google's Clay Bavor will now focus on virtual reality products.
Free drinks! And other ways to increase sales, productivity and employee satisfaction in 2016.
Obama and Congress need to focus on tax reform and other crucial policies in 2016, says CAT CEO and Business Roundtable Chair Doug Oberhelman.
The company attributed the sales drop to "a disruption in our supply chain." USA Today reports.
British retailer Marks & Spencer said on Thursday its Chief Executive Marc Bolland would retire in April and be succeeded by Steve Rowe.
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz is recovering from a heart transplant he underwent on Wednesday.
"Investors have lost all confidence" in Yahoo's management, activist investor Jeffrey Smith says.
Women comprise half of the workforce, but they will be under-represented on corporate boards for the next 40 years, based on a study.
Happy Fat Cat Tuesday! Today’s the day when the pay of a FTSE 100 company's CEO will overtake the average U.K. worker’s annual earnings.
On Dec. 16, two extraordinary things happened: "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" opened — and the Fed raised rates.
Zuckerberg, Page, and Bezos are just a few CEOs who made billions this year, reports USA Today.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, whose company picked up two Golden Globes and two Emmy Awards in 2015, seeks to earn an Academy Award.
The nation's largest companies remain laggards in terms of getting women into CEO positions.
These leaders of Russell 1000 companies lost more on their companies' shares than any other CEOs this year. USA Today reports.
If Janet Yellen, Mario Draghi or Mark Carney were on your list, these could have been the most thoughtful gifts.