The office of EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said that Russia agreed to try for a diplomatic solution in Syria.» Read More
Thailand's history of military coups has made policymakers too focused on political stability rather than foreign investment, according to experts.
The government as it is is "too big to succeed," writes Donald Trump. Here is what he thinks America needs now.
Ken Frazier discussed drug pricing with the president, and he believes many in Washington have a "rational" view of the situation.
Dreamworks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg is crediting Tesla's Elon Musk with saving his life following a crash that left him with a shattered arm and wrist.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's improved Mandarin underlines Facebook's eagerness to expand in China.
Women are starting up small businesses at twice the pace of men. Here's why they need our help, says Senator Jeanne Shaheen.
Twitter CEO Dorsey announced via Twitter that he plans to give around a third of his personal stake — around 1 percent of Twitter — to employees.
In a corporate shake-up happening at Uber, the taxi company is losing one of its key executives, Niall Wass, FT reports.
Wall Street will keep a close eye on one segment of Microsoft's business when it reports earnings.
Interim CEO Brett Hart has just five years of airlines experience.
More than 760 CEOS have given to Clinton's campaign, about as many as for Bush, Rubio and Cruz combined, according to a Big Crunch analysis.
Despite buzz about key staff changes at Yahoo, analysts look to different metrics ahead of Tuesday's earnings release.
Manchester United icon Alex Ferguson explains to CNBC the secrets behind his goal-setting career, articulating 10 key principles.
United Continental declined to provide details about the medical condition of its new chief executive officer on Sunday.
Christine Hohmann-Dennhardt previously held an identical position at Daimler and several positions in the German judicial system. USAT reports.
Twitter said it would pay its new executive chairman an annual base salary of $50,000 and a one-time grant of options to buy 800,000 shares.
One of the most valuable Silicon Valley startups is under fire, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Citigroup delivered earnings that topped expectations, as a drop in operating, legal and repositioning costs more than made up for lower revenue.
The man Volkswagen lined up less than three weeks ago to head its North American business resigned on Wednesday.
Delta CEO Richard Anderson said the airline has received a boost from one key corporate strategy.