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Twitter named Omid Kordestani, Google's chief business officer, as its new executive chairman on Wednesday.
Johnson & Johnson delivered earnings that topped expectations on Tuesday, but the strong dollar hurt revenue.
Barclays plans to appoint former JPMorgan banker Jes Staley as its new CEO, the FT reports.
The semiconductors sector may be nearly 8 percent lower this year, but a bright spot for investors in this space could be Intel.
One CEO beat out Starbucks' Howard Schultz, Nike's Mark Parker and Salesforce.com's Marc Benioff in new performance rankings.
With the Democratic presidential debate Tuesday, time is running out for Joe Biden to enter the 2016 race. NBC News reports.
Jeff Bezos' HBR ranking affected by Amazon's low ESG scores, says the Financial Times.
Less than a quarter of institutional investors think gender diversity in the boardroom is important, according to a new survey.
CNBC compiled a list of the most bizarre explanations companies have offered when things don't go as planned.
VW is not alone in promoting a corporate culture of cheating. Here's how the industry needs to change, Daron Gifford.
Bond guru Bill Gross is suing Pimco, the company he founded decades ago.
Bank stocks suggest weak earnings but that isn't the case for all banks, says analyst Dick Bove.
With so many "unicorns" among us, not all will be able to survive. Tech exec Todd McKinnon offers this survival guide.
These are the changes Lowercase Capital's Chris Sacca would like to see on Twitter's board.
Despite recent underperformance, DuPont has thrived under CEO Ellen Kullman, Jeffrey Sonnenfeld said.
PepsiCo's latest earnings beat can be attributed to two key factors, CFO Hugh Johnston said Tuesday.
The market for distressed properties has spread from the housing market to the very heart of Sin City.
Countries across the world are suffering from a shortfall in productivity growth that is sapping economic expansion, according to the World Economic Forum.
Designer Ralph Lauren, who built a fashion powerhouse on luxury designs inspired by country club chic, announced Tuesday he is stepping down as CEO.
It has not been a good year to be a shareholder in a major casino company. But the CEO says, "We're doing better, thank God."