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These 13 woman-run or -founded start-ups have broken down the pattern of venture funds making bets almost exclusively on male-run companies.
Consumer products giant Procter & Gamble delivered quarterly profit that topped expectations, despite a sixth straight drop in sales.
A bitter succession battle at Lotte Group escalated with the founder's sons sparring over their father's mental capacity and control of the conglomerate.
Citi's Mark May says this is how Twitter can hit revenue forecasts next year.
Despite recent management changes, Brian Moynihan is the right guy and Bank of America is the right stock, says Dick Bove.
Procter & Gamble has named David Taylor as president and chief executive effective Nov. 1.
On Tuesday, Procter & Gamble confirmed earlier reports that it will appoint David Taylor as its next CEO to succeed A.G. Lafley.
Procter & Gamble will replace CEO A.G. Lafley with company veteran David Taylor in an appointment that could be announced as soon as Thursday.
Procter & Gamble will appoint David Taylor as its next chief executive officer, succeeding A.G. Lafley, Dow Jones reported.
While they aren't billionaires yet, these eight entrepreneurs age 18 and younger are making a name for themselves and some serious cash.
Netflix has lost many DVD subscribers, but its old business remains a yearly profits machine, the New York Times reports.
With 5 million customers and $800 million worth of clothing rented in 2014 alone, Rent the Runway CEO Jennifer Hyman has a growth challenge.
Secretary-General of Organization of Economic Co-operation and Development, Angel Gurría, talks on the CNBC Conversation.
CEO Jeff Bezos, who owns 83,921,121 of Amazon shares, made a paper gain of more than $8 billion as shares spiked nearly 18 percent after hours.
The US should build on what Starbucks is starting with its youth job-creation effort, says former Medtronic CEO Bill George.
Chief executive and vice-chairman resign in the wake of an independent report on the company's accounting scandal. But the stock has surged.
The cloud has lifted over banks and Dick Bove says it's time to "aggressively" buy some of the big names.
There's now a clearer picture of which candidates are dominating in the money race, NBC News reports.
IKEA has promised to pay its U.K. workforce the “living wage,” as the drive for businesses to pay above the minimum reaches Britain.
CEOs are feeling more confident in 2015, but competitive pressure is raising concerns in C-suites around the world, KPMG reports.