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Donald Trump ha promised to do away with legislation that would require companies to be more transparent, NBC News reports.
Dalio describes a major ideological shift in Washington, one where Trump's administration admires tough "can-do" businessmen.
In this week's "Office Hours" podcast, Zillow CEO Spencer Rascoff sat down with one of the most powerful women in government, Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker.
Cuban says in a blog post that China is spending far more on robotics than the U.S. is.
The controversy engulfing India's Tata Group has deepened, the FT reports.
Twitter, Facebook, Apple, Google, IBM, Uber and Microsoft have refused to hand over data to build a database of Muslim-Americans, Recode reports.
Most technology CEOs that met with Donald Trump this week have been silent — and that says a lot, Swisher said.
The gap between CEO retirement packages and the benefits of ordinary Americans is wide, USA Today reports.
His top economic and foreign policy advisers love it (as do his other advisers), Vox reports.
Travel website operator Priceline said Glenn Fogel, the company's current head of strategy has been named chief executive, effective Jan. 1.
President-elect Donald Trump said he will nominate bankruptcy attorney David Friedman as U.S. ambassador to Israel.
Papa said he would consider selling some of Valeant's core businesses and assets against the wishes of some of its major shareholders.
Now, more than ever, business needs to lead the way on addressing climate change, says Rob Walton.
After a poor 2016 for initial public offerings, the outlook for 2017 is much more upbeat as economies grow stronger, say experts from EY.
The departure of Tom Wheeler from the FCC paves the way for Trump to dismantle net neutrality.
Exxon Mobil will promote insider Darren Woods to chairman and CEO, replacing Rex Tillerson.
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