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The CEO of Tiffany has stepped down amid concerns about the jewelry company's financial performance.
Some Republican and Democratic lawmakers have rejected Trump's recent notion that the US government is morally equivalent to Putin's Russia.
The lead in voter support for Merkel's conservative alliance over the centre-left Social Democrats shrank to a multi-year low of 4 points.
Queen Elizabeth II has passed another milestone as the U.K.'s longest-reigning monarch: Her Sapphire Jubilee - that's 65 years on the throne.
If Trump wants to punish the UC Berkeley for violent protests against Milo Yiannopoulos, it's unclear how he'd do it, NBC News reports.
Donald Trump will huddle with CEOs of major U.S. companies as the business community finds itself increasingly split over how to respond to his policies.
U.S. companies including major exporters GE and Boeing launched a coalition to back a House Republican plan to tax all imports.
Ralph Lauren announced Stefan Larsson is departing as president and CEO on May 1.
Elliott Management's call to replace Arconic's leaders draws on "unfair" evidence, CEO Klaus Kleinfeld tells CNBC.
She said this harsher immigration climate is "particularly unforgiving for women," Recode reports.
Max Levchin has been outspoken about how the new administration will affect Silicon Valley start-ups.
Trump is being misled by a small group of his top advisors, Yale management expert Jeff Sonnenfeld tells CNBC.
Politics may currently be the talk of the town, yet one chief financial officer believes the disruptive tech space should be one to watch.
The White House said President Trump would leave in place a 2014 order that created new protections for LGBT people, the Times reports.
Whispered questions among business leaders over the weekend produced no clear consensus on what to say about the President Trump’s immigration order in public.
French presidential candidate Fillon and his wife were questioned for five hours by police investigators on Monday as part of a probe.
Morgan Stanley told its employees it will provide support to individuals and families impacted by Trump's immigration ban.
The billionaire entrepreneur and outspoken critic of Donald Trump tells CNBC the president has a communications problem.
Blankfein used a voicemail to employees to make known his position about Trump's order.
President Donald Trump's executive order banning people from seven primarily Muslim countries was criticized by business leaders.
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